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Pvc Tile Spacer

We are a leading Manufacturer of plastic tile spacer for flooring and tile spacer for flooring from Mumbai, India.
  • Plastic Tile Spacer For Flooring
  • Plastic Tile Spacer For Flooring
  • Plastic Tile Spacer For Flooring
  • Plastic Tile Spacer For Flooring
  • Plastic Tile Spacer For Flooring
  • Plastic Tile Spacer For Flooring
Plastic Tile Spacer For Flooring

Plastic Tile Spacer For Flooring

Rs 3  / PieceGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 50000 Piece

Capacity1MM,2 MM,3 MM,4 MM,5 MM
Usage/ApplicationIndustrial
SizeAs Per Requirement
MaterialPlastic
Model Name/NumberSEPVCTS4
Brand/MakeSurya
Features1000 Pieces in 1 Packet
Country of OriginMade in India

Tile spacers are small pieces of plastic (most often) used to space tiles an equal distance from each other. Along with your patio layout, they will help you get all of your tiles lined up properly. For a uniform pattern (or a so-called "checkerboard" pattern), you buy cross-shaped spacers. For irregular (or "offset") patterns, T-shaped spacers will be required.

Different products are also sold to help you keep all of the joints lined up when you work with non-interlocking pavers for mortared patios. Of course, as with so many other landscaping projects, it is possible to improvise and make do with what you have, rather than going out and buying a product at the home improvement center. For example, builders also use spacers when building decks to keep the flooring boards lined up, but they often improvise and use scrap wood for this purpose (wood shingles work well to achieve even spacing on a deck).

When it comes to laying tile, though, most masons would concur that buying some tile spacers at the hardware store is a good investment. For such fine, detailed work, you do not want to cut corners unless you truly have to.

How to Use Them: Two Opposing Methods

The typical tile spacer has a cross shape. Depending on how you look at a cross, you can emphasize either of the following characteristics:

·        It has four corners.

·        It has a projection that sticks out in each of the four different directions (up, down, left, right).

For this reason, there are two schools of thought on how to use tile spacers. One takes its cue from what we might call the "four corners" perspective. Using this perspective, you would :-

·        Lay down four tiles to form a square.

·        Insert a tile spacer at the intersection where these four tiles meet. The spacer will lie down flat on the ground using this method.

·        Fit a corner of each piece of tile snugly into the corresponding corner of the tile spacer.

Here is the problem with this method. After you grout the tiles, it will be very hard to remove the spacers. Removing them is preferable to letting them remain behind because the spacers are taking up space that you would rather have occupied by grout.

Thus the attraction of the method favored by the second school of thought, which we can call the "projection" method. People who use this method simply jam one of the four projections on a tile spacer in between two pieces of tile. Typically, they will use two tile spacers per side. Since a piece of tile has four sides, you would use eight tile spacers around it. 

This second method is somewhat counter-intuitive because you are not using the whole tile spacer (since you are setting it on end, a portion of it will be sticking up, unused). But, again, you will be able to remove the tile spacers (as long as you pull them out before the grout is completely dry) this way, which is considered a sounder approach.

·        1/8 inch

·        1/16 inch

·        3/16 inch

·        1/4 inch

·        3/8 inch
We have dealers across Mumbai, Pune, Kolhapur, Solapur Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Raipur, Kota, Udaipur, Rourkela, Patna, Indore, Vijayawada, Vizag, Chennai, Kolkata, Surat, Vadodara, Ahmedabad, Rajkot, Mysore, Hubli, Mangalore, Gadag Chittoor, etc.



Additional Information:

  • Item Code: SETS3
  • Production Capacity: 2000000
  • Delivery Time: With in 1 days
  • Packaging Details: Packed In Box

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  • Tile Spacer For Flooring
  • Tile Spacer For Flooring
  • Tile Spacer For Flooring
  • Tile Spacer For Flooring
Tile Spacer For Flooring

Tile Spacer For Flooring

Rs 7  / PieceGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 50000 Piece

Usage/ApplicationFlooring
Size3/16 inch
MaterialPlastic
Brand/MakeSurya
Pack Size100 pcs
Pack TypeBox
Country of OriginMade in India

Tile spacers are small pieces of plastic (most often) used to space tiles an equal distance from each other. Along with your patio layout, they will help you get all of your tiles lined up properly. For a uniform pattern (or a so-called "checkerboard" pattern), you buy cross-shaped spacers. For irregular (or "offset") patterns, T-shaped spacers will be required. Different products are also sold to help you keep all of the joints lined up when you work with non-interlocking pavers for mortared patios. Of course, as with so many other landscaping projects, it is possible to improvise and make do with what you have, rather than going out and buying a product at the home improvement center. For example, builders also use spacers when building decks to keep the flooring boards lined up, but they often improvise and use scrap wood for this purpose (wood shingles work well to achieve even spacing on a deck).


How to Use Them: Two Opposing Methods

 

The typical tile spacer has a cross shape. Depending on how you look at a cross, you can emphasize either of the following characteristics:

  • It has four corners.
  • It has a projection that sticks out in each of the four different directions (up, down, left, right).

 

For this reason, there are two schools of thought on how to use tile spacers. One takes its cue from what we might call the "four corners" perspective. Using this perspective, you would :-

  • Lay down four tiles to form a square.
  • Insert a tile spacer at the intersection where these four tiles meet. The spacer will lie down flat on the ground using this method.
  • Fit a corner of each piece of tile snugly into the corresponding corner of the tile spacer.
  • Here is the problem with this method. After you grout the tiles, it will be very hard to remove the spacers.
  • Thus the attraction of the method favored by the second school of thought, which we can call the "projection" method. People who use this method simply jam one of the four projections on a tile spacer in between two pieces of tile. 
  • This second method is somewhat counter-intuitive because you are not using the whole tile spacer (since you are setting it on end, a portion of it will be sticking up, unused). But, again, you will be able to remove the tile spacers (as long as you pull them out before the grout is completely dry) this way, which is considered a sounder approach.
  • 1/8 inch
  • 1/16 inch
  • 3/16 inch
  • 1/4 inch
  • 3/8 inch

 

The smaller the size of the tile spacer, the narrower will be the joints between your tiles. Many factors can determine whether you go with a narrower or a wider joint, which, in turn, determines what kind of grout to use. But, all else being the same, a narrower joint is preferred. A wider joint provides more of a surface for staining to occur. Many people also prefer the look of a patio, bathroom floor, etc. with narrower joints, since the surface looks flatter and more unified.

We have dealers across Mumbai, Pune, Kolhapur, Solapur Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Raipur, Kota, Udaipur, Rourkela, Patna, Indore, Vijayawada, Vizag, Chennai, Kolkata, Surat, Vadodara, Ahmedabad, Rajkot, Mysore, Hubli, Mangalore, Gadag Chittoor, etc.



Additional Information:

  • Item Code: SETS1
  • Production Capacity: 20000000
  • Delivery Time: Within 1 Days
  • Packaging Details: Standard Packing (packed in a box)

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