New HS Code for Tiles with Different Water Absorption
New HS Code for Tiles with Different Water Absorption:
HS:69072390 10% ＜E
To test the water absorption of the tiles, simply pour a little water on the back of the tile and let it stand for about 5 minutes to observe the moisture absorption. The quality of the water absorption of the tiles determines whether black joints or mold spots will occur during use, and the better the water absorption, the better the tiles . Consumers may wish to increase the "test" of water absorption on the sides of the tiles. When selecting bricks, you can remove any piece from the packing box to see if the surface is flat and intact, whether the glaze is even and bright, and whether the surrounding edges are regular. Take another brick and align the two pieces. The smaller the gap, the better. If it is a pattern tile, it is necessary to check enough blocks to spell out a complete pattern, in order to check whether the pattern is connected clearly. Then, take out a box of bricks and place them on a large plane. Look at the effect from a little distance away. The color should be the same. Put these bricks together and put them together. Compare the sizes of the bricks. The deviation of the small bricks is allowed to be plus or minus 1 mm. The large bricks are allowed to be plus or minus 2 mm. Finally, take a piece of brick to knock another piece, or use other hard objects to knock on the brick. If the sound of the brick is crisp and loud, the quality of the brick is good and cooked well; if the sound is abnormal, there is heavy skin or crack in the brick. phenomenon.
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