Porcelain Tiles Feature Inkjet Technology

With the use of its inkjet technology, Ege Seramik has developed a slightly textured, glazed porcelain tile that is similar to an aged antique stone.

With the use of its inkjet technology, Ege Seramik has developed a slightly textured, glazed porcelain tile that is similar to an aged antique stone.

With the use of its inkjet technology, Ege Seramik has developed a slightly textured, glazed porcelain tile that is similar to an aged antique stone.

Available in three colors (Grey, Beige and Anthracite) and three sizes (13- by 13-inch, 18- by 18-inch, 12- by 24-inch together with 2- by 2-inch mosaics), highly durable “Downtown” is ideal for residential and commercial applications.

One of Downtown’s properties is its chiseled-edge look yet the tile has flat edges affording multiple advantages in design and installation. The inkjet print method allows the image to reach every edge of each tile. This, combined with the variance of design from one tile to another allows the final installation to be remarkably similar to nature stone.

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