Step 1: Preparing divider moulds and colours

– Prepare divider moulds.
(*) If customers want to have a new pattern that is not available in our existing range, we will be able to create a new divider mould for the new design. This should be done at an additional cost. Colours will be mixed according to our customers’ colour choice. We have a standard range of 80 colours for our customers to choose from. Our customers only need to specify the codes of colours to be used for the chosen patterns.
(*) If customers want to have a new colour that is not available in our existing range, we will be able to test new colour. This should be done at an additional cost.


Step 2: Placing divider mould into a steel mould

Steel mould is prepared and divider mould which moulds the tile design will be placed inside the steel mould.

Step 3: Pouring colours into the mould as the first layer

A liquid mixture consisting of white cement, natural marble powder, colour pigment, and additives (to be mixed to the right colour) is poured by hand into the mould. Different liquid mixtures will be needed to create different colours in one tile.

Step 4: Making next layers

The second layer is a very fine and dry mixture consisting of grey cement and fine sand is put on top of the first layer. The second layer is very thin and has the function of absorbing water from the first layer.
Applying a mixture of sand and cement as the third layer (back layer) till the required thickness of the tile is achieved.

Step 5: Pressing by hydraulic pressing machine

All the materials will be pressed by a hydraulic pressing machine. Moisture from the liquid coloured layer will be absorbed through the dry back layers. Tiles will be pressed twice to have good strength.

Step 6: Forming tile and taking out the tile from the mould

Tile has been formed and taken out of the mould. Now, we can see a beautiful tile with pattern and colours.

Step 7: Curing tile

After the forming stage comes to the curing stage. Tiles will be cured underwater and then placed on racks for curing at room temperature.

Step 8: Coating with sealer, checking quality and boxed

After tiles are dried completely, they will be treated with sealer to perfect the surface of tiles and go through serious quality control by checking piece by piece to carefully select really good tiles before packaging and palletizing.