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Through-bodied porcelain. The color and texture run all the way through this type of tile, disguising chips or scratches. Strong and durable, it contains no glaze that can wear off. It's suitable for floors, walls, and counter tops.

Glazed porcelain. This tile is completely covered in a wear layer or hard finish that is typically colored. It is strong and dense and offers the widest range of colors and designs.

The Porcelain Enamel Institute, headquartered in Norcross, GA, is "dedicated to advancing the common interests of porcelain enameling plants and suppliers of porcelain enameling materials and equipment," according to its website. The PEI has been representing the interests of porcelain enamellers since 1930.

PEI Class 1 Rating: No foot traffic. Wall use only in residential and commercial applications.

PEI Class 2 Rating: Light traffic. Both wall use and bathroom floor applications.

PEI Class 3 Rating: Light to moderate traffic. Counter tops, walls, and floors for normal foot traffic.

PEI Class 4 Rating: Moderate to heavy traffic. All residential applications as well as medium commercial and light institutional.

PEI Class 5 Rating: Heavy to extra heavy traffic. All residential and heavy commercial and institutional foot traffic.

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69 Hepworth Place Garfield, NJ 07026
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