Paver Tile Sizes and Package details
The sizes given are regular sizes for each production type. Please ask if you need anything else.
Sizes of Antique (tumbled) Tiles (mm) (inch)- Please see the picture below.
-Small sizes : 100x100 (4x4"), 75x150 (3x6"), 150x150 (6x6"), 75x200 (3x8"), 200x200 (8x8")..... 10 mm thickness
-Mini pattern set : 2 pcs 100x100 (4x4") + 1 pcs 100x200 (4x8")+ 2 pcs 200x200 (8x8") + 1 pcs 200x300 (8x12") ...10 mm thickness
-French pattern, opus 4 size : 2 pcs 203x203 (8x8")+1 pcs 203x406 (8x16")+2 pcs 406x406 (16x16")+1 pcs 406x610 (16x24").... 12 mm thickness
-Regular size : 406x406 (16x16"), 406x610 (16x24") ........12 mm thickness
-Jumbo sets : 2 pcs 305x305 (12x12")+1 pcs 305x610 (12x24")+2pcs 610x610 (24x24")+1 pcs 610x915 (24x36") ..... 15 mm thickness
-Big sizes: 610x610 (24x24"), 610x915 (24x36") .....15 mm thickness
Piatto Tiles (mm/inch)
-Regular sizes for crosscut travertines: 406x406 (16x16"), 406x610 (16x24"), 457x457 (18x18"), 610x610 (24x24") ........12 mm thickness
-Regular size for veincut travertines: 406x610 (16x24"), 406xFL (16"xFL) ........15 mm thickness
-Regular size for polished marbles: 400x400, 400x600, 600x600 ........20 mm thickness
How much quantity of the tiles in one full container? What is the capacity of one full container in general?
-1000 sqm 10 mm thick material
-830 sqm 12 mm thick material
-650 sqm 15 mm thick material
-500 sqm 20 mm thick material
-330 sqm 30 mm thick material
How to package?
All small sizes and mosaics and mouldings are placed into carton boxes before crates. Tiles and pavers are placed in wooden crates.
To give you idea, some quantity details for one container are below:
-100x100x10 mm (4x4") tiles... : 1 container=20 crates=2000 boxes = 1000 sqm =24000 kgs
-Mosaics x10 mm................................:1 container=20 crates=1080 boxes =1005 sqm = 24100 kgs
-Pattern sets x12 mm tiles ...........:1 container=22 crates=848,76 sqm =25450 kgs
-305x610x12 mm tiles .....................:1 container=24 crates=843,84 sqm = 25315 kgs
-457x457x12 mm tiles..................... :1 container=27 crates=845,64 sqm = 25369 kgs
-610x610x12 mm tiles .....................:1 container=28 crates=833,56 sqm = 25000 kgs
-406 x 610 x 30 mm pavers........:1 container=20 crates=327 sqm =24500 kgs
Which Sizes are better for flooring?
The choice of stone tile sizes for flooring depends on various factors, including the size of the room, the desired aesthetic, and personal preferences. Here are some commonly used stone tile sizes for flooring:
Large Format Tiles: Large format stone tiles, such as 12x24 inches, 18x18 inches, or even larger, are popular for flooring. They can create a sense of openness and expansiveness in a room, especially in larger spaces. Large tiles can minimize grout lines, resulting in a cleaner and more seamless appearance. They are particularly well-suited for contemporary or minimalist designs.
Standard Square Tiles: Standard square tiles, such as 12x12 inches or 16x16 inches, are versatile options for flooring. They can work well in both small and large rooms, providing a balanced and traditional look. Square tiles allow for various installation patterns, such as diagonal, straight, or checkerboard, offering design flexibility.
Rectangular Tiles: Rectangular stone tiles, such as 12x24 inches or 18x36 inches, are increasingly popular for flooring. They can create an elongated look and add visual interest to a space. Rectangular tiles can be laid in a staggered or herringbone pattern to enhance the aesthetic appeal.
Mosaic Tiles: Mosaic tiles consist of smaller stone pieces arranged on a mesh backing. They are available in various shapes and sizes, such as 1x1 inch or 2x2 inch squares, hexagons, or even irregular shapes. Mosaic tiles can be used to create intricate patterns, borders, or focal points in flooring designs. They are particularly suitable for smaller spaces or areas that require more detailed customization.
It's important to consider the size of the room and the proportion of the tiles to ensure a visually balanced and harmonious look. Additionally, larger tiles may require a flatter and more level subfloor for proper installation, so the condition of the subfloor should also be taken into account.
Ultimately, the choice of stone tile sizes for flooring depends on the overall design concept, the desired aesthetic, and the specific requirements of the space. It's a good idea to consult with a professional or work with a designer to determine the most suitable tile size for your flooring project.