clay tile

clay tile

A roofing tile of hard, burnt clay. In flooring it is called quarry tile.
See also: Tile

clay tile

1. A roofing tile of hard, burnt clay.
2. In flooring, a quarry tile.
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He will assist the concrete and clay tile producer group in market development and code matters; corporate structure and bylaws guidance; plus, board of director, operations, regulatory compliance, and governance policies.
Obtained differences of volumetric deformations according to two different drying conditions are not the same for each examined clay tile. Most sensitive tiles with largest volumetric deformations according to volumetric deformations difference (see Table 1) are made from mixture of different clays (clay no.
"They'd make a furrow 8-10 inches deep, then dig two spades more (using the top and bottom spade) and lay 3-inch clay tile lines."
The company's updated website now includes durable clay tile products from leading manufacturers such as Gladding, McBean Clay Roof Tile and stylish concrete tile options from companies such as Auburn Tile.
SRS Energy, a leading developer of sustainable solar roofing options, and US Tile, the largest manufacturer of authentic clay tile in the U.S., have teamed up to offer a solar roofing solution for premium curved roofing systems.
When the clay tile is leather hard, the drawing can be placed on top and traced with a pin tool.
Clay tile roofs, which can last 75 years or more, are frequently used on monumental buildings.
The clay tile and brick wastewater pipes, located along Edgecumbe and Niles Roads on the city's southwest side, suffered from infiltration at the joints, as well as calcium build-up.
Clay tile also is coveted for its high resistance to wind and fire, low maintenance and ease of repair.
"For instance our clients can have a 12mm thick solid stone or slate tile for the same price as a top quality Italian clay tile.
My clay tile roof was covered with debris from nearby trees, so I set up my ladder to blow the roof clean.