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INDEXFrench Clay 4Cafè15Sombre16Packaging Information17Symbols & Special Trims18Installation19Maintenance20Cleaning & Chart21WarrantyMore information on:22Live Green


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French ClayGLACETHICKNESS8 mmFINISHGlossyCOLOR / SHADEVARIATIONSV2GLOSSY WALL TILE 4”x12”TCG412D009BULLNOSE GLOSSY 4”x12”TCG412BT09French ClayAUTOMNETHICKNESS8 mmFINISHGlossyCOLOR / SHADEVARIATIONSV2GLOSSY WALL TILE 4”x12”TCG412D010BULLNOSE GLOSSY 4”x12”TCG412BT10Recycled Content(Pre and Post Consumer)ALL SIZES ARE NOMINAL* This test is valid only for honed or matte finish4Wall application


French ClayLUMIERETHICKNESS8 mmFINISHM MatteB BrilliantRectifiedCOLOR / SHADEVARIATIONSV2* DCOF AcuTestsmWet 0.52(Matte)12”x24”(B) TCBL122400424”x24”(M) TCG242400412”x24”(M) TCG1224004GLOSSY WALL TILE 4”x12”TCG412D0043”x6”MOSAIC 12”x12”(M) TCG12MB204(B) TCBL12MB204Recycled Content(Pre and Post Consumer)COVE BASE 6”x12”TCG612C004BULLNOSE GLOSSY 4”x12”TCG412BT04ALL SIZES ARE NOMINAL* This test is valid only for honed or matte finish6BULLNOSE 3”x24”(M) TCG324BT04(B) TCBL324BT04Wall applicationHeavy Traffic


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French ClayBRONZAGETHICKNESS8 mmFINISHM MatteB BrilliantRectifiedCOLOR / SHADEVARIATIONSV2* DCOF AcuTestsmWet 0.52(Matte)12”x24”(B) TCBL122400524”x24”(M) TCG242400512”x24”(M) TCG1224005GLOSSY WALL TILE 4”x12”TCG412D0053”x6”MOSAIC 12”x12”(M) TCG12MB205(B) TCBL12MB205Recycled Content(Pre and Post Consumer)COVE BASE 6”x12”TCG612C005BULLNOSE GLOSSY 4”x12”TCG412BT05ALL SIZES ARE NOMINAL* This test is valid only for honed or matte finish10BULLNOSE 3”x24”(M) TCG324BT05(B) TCBL324BT05Wall applicationHeavy Traffic


French ClayFUMÉTHICKNESS8 mmFINISHM MatteB BrilliantRectifiedCOLOR / SHADEVARIATIONSV2* DCOF AcuTestsmWet 0.52(Matte)12”x24”(B) TCBL122400624”x24”(M) TCG242400612”x24”(M) TCG1224006GLOSSY WALL TILE 4”x12”TCG412D0063”x6”MOSAIC 12”x12”(M) TCG12MB206(B) TCBL12MB206Recycled Content(Pre and Post Consumer)COVE BASE 6”x12”TCG612C006BULLNOSE GLOSSY 4”x12”TCG412BT06ALL SIZES ARE NOMINAL* This test is valid only for honed or matte finish12BULLNOSE 3”x24”(M) TCG324BT06(B) TCBL324BT06Wall applicationHeavy Traffic


French ClayCAFÈTHICKNESS8 mmFINISHM MatteB BrilliantRectifiedCOLOR / SHADEVARIATIONSV2* DCOF AcuTestsmWet 0.52(Matte)12”x24”(B) TCBL122400724”x24”(M) TCG242400712”x24”(M) TCG1224007GLOSSY WALL TILE 4”x12”TCG412D0073”x6”MOSAIC 12”x12”(M) TCG12MB207(B) TCBL12MB207Recycled Content(Pre and Post Consumer)COVE BASE 6”x12”TCG612C007BULLNOSE GLOSSY 4”x12”TCG412BT07ALL SIZES ARE NOMINAL* This test is valid only for honed or matte finish14BULLNOSE 3”x24”(M) TCG324BT07(B) TCBL324BT07Wall applicationHeavy Traffic

French ClaySOMBRETHICKNESS8 mmFINISHM MatteB BrilliantRectifiedCOLOR / SHADEVARIATIONSV2* DCOF AcuTestsmWet 0.52(Matte)24”x24”(M) TCG242400812”x24”(B) TCBL122400812”x24”(M) TCG1224008GLOSSY WALL TILE 4”x12”TCG412D0083”x6”MOSAIC 12”x12”(M) TCG12MB208(B) TCBL12MB208Recycled Content(Pre and Post Consumer)BULLNOSE 3”x24”(M) TCG324BT08(B) TCBL324BT08COVE BASE 6”x12”TCG612C008BULLNOSE GLOSSY 4”x12”TCG412BT08ALL SIZES ARE NOMINALWall applicationHeavy Traffic* This test is valid only for honed or matte finish15

Box(sq.ft)(mm)(Ib/sq.ft.)( * Ib/piece)French Clay / LUMIERE - BRONZAGE - FUMÉ - CAFÈ - --8* 3.55Bullnose3”x24”167.793--8* 1.80Cove Base6”x12”83.876--7.5* 1.70French Clay Wall / GLACE - LUMIERE - BRONZAGE - FUMÉ - CAFÈ - AUTOMNE - SOMBREGlossy Wall ”123.875--8.0* 0.90Packaging information16

Color / Shade VariationsSpecial TrimsAs in our nature, our products vary piece to piece.Please refer to the below symbols for variations.V1Difference amongpieces from the samecolor are minimal.Bullnose3"x24"Bullnose Glossy4"x24"V2Shade variancewithin the samecolor.Cove Base6"x12"V3Significant shadevariation within thesame color.V4Extreme shadevariation, piece topiece, within thesame color.Symbols* DCOF Acu TestsmWet 0.42(Matte)Coefficient of Friction (Dynamic)DCOF AcuTestsm is a new method using the BOT 3000 automated portable testing device with a specifictype of rubber sensor and slightly soapy water. The sensor is resurfaced using a sanding device designedby the TCNA’s Product Performance Testing Laboratory. Additionally, there will be a minimum COFrequirement of 0.42 for level interior tile surfaces expected to be walked upon when wet.* This test is valid only for honed or matte finishRecycled ContentPost ConsumerPre ConsumerRectifiedHeavy TrafficPre Consumer Recycled ContentIn FIANDRE-USA’s state-of-the-art facility in Tennessee, we produce sustainable, green, environmentallyfriendly engineered stone and surfaces with a process that recycles, reuses and reduces. Our productscontain various percentages of pre-consumer recycled content based on the body of the material.Post Consumer Recycled ContentThis type of recycled content is rarely available in porcelain tile. FIANDRE-USA includes post-consumerrecycled glass in all of its products.RectifiedThe tiles are mechanically finished with precise edges, allowing for tighter grout joint spacing duringinstallation.Heavy Traffic FlooringHas all the same properties of a Commercial Application floor, plus it is ideal for areas with high foot trafficand direct street access.17

LayingHow a floor is laid is of great importance.A well-laid floor enhances all of the aesthetic qualities of thematerial used.Check that the bed (concrete slab) is perfectly level andcompletely dry.Use a cleaning device, such as a vacuum, to carefully removedust and residues.After having chosen a suitable thin-set mortar and havingprepared it following the manufacturer's instructions, spreadthe thin-set mortar with a smooth spatula and then comb itwith the tooth part (1). FIANDRE-USA strongly suggests theuse of modified thin-set mortar.Modified thin-set mortar will increase the lifetime of yourinstallation. For heavy traffic floors, a double layer of thin-setmortar is recommended (2). Thus, wetting the back of theproduct itself with thin-set mortar (2).This procedure prevents the possible creation of holes thatcould cause breakage (see the difference between spreadingand double spreading) (3). After approximately 24-48 hours,it is safe to proceed to grout. The laid floor must be cleanedcarefully and then grouted all over its surface using a rubberspatula. It is advisable to use colors similar to the floor, inorder to obtain a harmonious end result.Fabricatinglt is necessary to use suitable, professional tools, alwayschecking their cutting capacity and replacing worn partswhen necessary.For accurate cutting use a traditional cutter, checking thestate of the cutting wheel before starting. For circular cutting,after having made a template (that is to say a pattern of thepart to be cut), lay it on the part in question and transfer theshape with a pencil.Using a diamond-cutting disk, cut without exerting excessivepressure (4-5).It is necessary to use a water milling cutter or a continuouscrown diamond-cutting disk for stoneware and granite tiles.After having penciled (6) — on the back of the product theperimeter of a square within which the hole must be made,use the cutting tool to cut perpendicular and diagonal linesand then concentric circles towards the outside (7).The pictures at the side illustrate in detail the cuts to follow.When the central thickness of the hole has become very thin,turn the piece over and open up the hole by tapping lightly (8).For holes in tiles a diamond points drill for granite must beused. It is important to remember to cool the points oftenwhile working.12345678Installation18

MaintenanceIf cleaning solution is used, rinse thoroughly with clean water.Many general purpose neutral cleaners are effective for theregular cleaning and maintenance of Fiandre materials.It is important that the selected cleaner have a non-oil, nonanimal fat, non-soap base. Cleaners with these ingredientsmay cause problems due to residues left behind in thecleaning process, which can trap dirt. For best results, thefollowing maintenance procedures are recommended for thevarious finishes of Fiandre products.Dry or buff to increase shine and water spots.UnpolishedSlate and industrial finishesFiandre material’s slate and industrial finishes offer anexcellent safety feature due to their high degree of slipresistance. However, they require a slight variation in cleaningprocedure. Due to the undulation and texture of the tilesurface, it will be necessary to reach the soil that rests onthe low points of the tile. Standard wet mopping will not becompletely effective in cleaning these textured surfaces.Matte, Semi-Matte, HonedFor moderate soiling:Sweep, using a soft, natural bristle broom or vacuum floor ofdebris.Saturate the floor with the recommended amount of generalpurpose, neutral cleaner and agitate the solution. An autoscrubber may be used.Allow the solution to sit on the surface a minimum of fiveminutes to increase the suspension of the dirt particles andproduce a cleaner surface.Remove the dirty cleaning solution from the floor with either awet vacuum or mop, and rinse with clean water.Remove excess water from the floor. Buff with dry mop ortowel.For heavy soiling:Sweep or vacuum floor of debris.lf there are deeply soiled areas or apparent staining on thesurface of the tile, first attempt to identify and pre-treat them.Different surface contaminants require different cleaningmethods and chemicals (see chart).Scrub with a cleaning compound and floor machineequipped with an abrasive pad or stiff, natural bristle brush.For residential and small areas, use a scrub brush.Sweep or vacuum floor. If sweeping, use a soft bristle broom.The choice of brush bristles is important because a strong,thorough bristle action is required to remove debris. Sweep intwo directions. First, follow the direction of the tile, and thensweep diagonal to the tile to ensure complete removal of allforeign material.Saturate the surface with a neutral cleaning solution (use adegreaser in food preparation areas).Agitate and allow the mixture to remain on the floor for a fewminutes, giving the cleaner time to activate.Use a scrub machine or bristle brush to scrub.Once again, use a cross action pattern to ensure soilremoval.Rinse the floor with clean water and remove with a wetvacuum or dry toweling to eliminate dirty water from escapinginto low points of the surface.Note: Several factors will affect the frequency of maintenanceand type of procedure required, including pedestrian traffic,weather conditions, walk off mats, color of floor (lighter floorsshow more soiling) and environment.FIANDRE-USA highly recommends the use of low VOC, nonhazardous, and non-polluting products for the cleaning andmaintenance of tile and grout products.Please take these conditions under consideration whenplanning your maintenance schedule.Remove the dirty cleaning solution with a wet vacuum andrinse the floor more than once to thoroughly remove thecleaning agent from the surface.Remove excess water from the floor.PolishedSweep or vacuum the floor of loose dirt. An untreated drydust mop may be more effective than a soft bristle broom.Wipe or mop with a diluted solution of neutral cleaner orclean, clear water.Maintenance19

GroutingGrouting and grout cleanup of Fiandre materials can beachieved quickly and efficiently if the contractor follows thedirections from the grout manufacturer.Many grout manufacturers produce products specificallyfor use with unglazed porcelain tile, and by following theirinstructions, a beautiful and durable installation is ensured.Special attention should be given when using contrastinggrouts specifically, light colored tile with dark grouts.All installations using a black grout should be field tested forcompatibility. Performing a test area using the specified groutand Fiandre materials is recommended to determine if theinclusion of a grout release agent, it is necessary to use onethat will not affect the bonding of the grout to the sides andedges of the joint.Surface CoatingsFiandre materials do not require the use of sealers orwaxes; in fact, adding surface coatings only increases themaintenance of this flooring system. Surface coatings mayactually diminish the exceptional performance characteristicsof Fiandre materials by creating a thin barrier that can modifyskid resistance properties.The dense, low-porosity nature of Fiandre materials inhibitsnot only the absorption of stains, but also the absorptionof sealers and waxes. Application of these products mayproduce a spotty or streaked appearance on the tile.In the event a polished finish is used in an area prone toexcessive spills or dirt, it may be advisable to treat the tile witha penetrating type sealer.During the polishing process, microscopic pores aresometimes exposed. Although the pores are shallow,spills can fill them making standard cleaning proceduresinadequate. By using a penetrating type sealer, thesemicroscopic pores are filled preventing stains from setting in.A penetrating-type sealer is designed only to fill pores, notto coat the tile surface. You will not alter the polished tile’sappearance, provided a recommended sealer is used andapplied according to manufacturer's instructions.Appropriate cleaning and maintenance will enhance theunique beauty of Fiandre materials, which are recognized fortheir ease of maintenanceInitial CleaningThe complete removal of construction dirt and grout hazefrom Fiandre materials during the initial cleaning will ensureease of future, daily maintenance.lf construction dirt has collected on the surface of the tile, itwill be necessary to use a heavy-duty cleaner and possibly ascrubber to release the dirt. A wet vacuum can be used to aid20in the pickup of the suspended dirt in the cleaning solution.The floor should then be rinsed thoroughly to leave thesurface free and clear of any cleaner residue, which if left onthe surface could attract dirt or become slippery when wet.Grout haze or residue, however, will require special products.There are two situations that can occur with grout residue;a cementitious residue, which generally can be seen, or aninvisible residue left by additives often used in grouts. It isimportant that both residues be removed to leave your floorthoroughly cleaned. Either residue will increase soiling andcreate ongoing maintenance problems.Acid washing is not recommended, especially with the use ofcolored grouts. Use of acids can cause discoloration of thegrout joints and, in some instances, cause the color pigmentto attach itself to the surface of the tile making it more difficultto clean. If tracking and soiling are consistently occurring,it can usually be associated with grout haze or buildup ofcleaners. A cleanup of the grout as directed above, or athorough cleansing and rinsing of the floor to remove cleanerbuildup, should eliminate excessive soiling and tracking.Sweep, using a soft, natural bristle broom, or vacuum floor ofdebris.Using product from a reputable manufacturer of tile cleaner orgrout stripper, prepare a cleaning solution as recommendedby the manufacturer’s instructions. Dispense a generousamount of solution onto the floor by mop or spongeapplicator.Allow the solution to sit on the surface a few minutes toincrease the suspension of the dirt particles and produce acleaner surface.Using a nylo-grit brush, scrub slowly in an overing figure eightpattern. If the area is very dirty or has grout or sealer film,a 175 rpm rotary scrubber must be used to get the properresults.lf the area is only lightly soiled, an auto scrubber can be used,making several passes before picking up the solution.Have several rinse buckets with clean water available beforepick up the scrubbed solution. Use a wet vacuum to pick upthe solution and immediately rinse the surface with clean, coldwater. Pick up the rinse Water and repeat until the surface iscompletely of solution.Remove excess water from the floor.Special CleanersFila Usa 8180 NW 36 th St. - Suite 303 - Miami, FL 33166(305) 513-0708Walter G Legge Co. 444 Central Ave. - Peekskill, NY 10566(800) 345-3443Aqua Mix 949 Ann St. - Santa Fe Springs, CA90670(800) 366-6877Miracle Sealants 12806 Schabarum Ave. - Building AIrwindale, CA 91706 - (931) 456-3983Cleaning & Chart

One year limited warrantyLimitation of liabilityFIANDRE-USA warrants to purchasers (“Buyer”) that itsproducts meet or exceed the performance specificationoutlined in ANSI A137. 1-2008 at the time of production andfor twelve (12) months from the date of shipment from ourfactory or until they are installed, whichever date occurs first.In no event shall FIANDRE-USA be liable to buyer for anyspecial, indirect, incidental or consequential damagesarising out of, or as a result of, the sale, delivery, nondelivery, servicing, assembly, use, loss of use or failureof the products or any part thereof, or for any charges orexpanses of any nature incurred without FIANDRE-USA’sprior written consent, even if FIANDRE-USA may havebeen negligent. In no event shall FIANDRE-USA’s liabilityunder any claim made by Buyer exceed the purchaseprice of the products in respect of which damages areclaimed.Certain factors are beyond our control, including installationof our products, structural design and environmentalconditions. Accordingly, FIANDRE-USA does not warrantits products after they are installed. In the event of latentdefects caused by improper manufacture, defined as tiles notconforming to industry standards, FIANDRE-USA will eitherrefund the purchase price for the defective pieces or providereplacement material of the same kind. FIANDRE-USA will notbe responsible for any costs of labor, installation or removalof our products. FIANDRE-USA does not warrant that ourglazed and unglazed porcelain will not scratch, chip or showsigns of wear.Except expressly stated above, this limited warrantystates the sole and exclusive remedy of Buyer and thesole and exclusive warranty of FIANDRE-USA and is inlieu of all other warranties, express or implied by statuteor otherwise, whether of merchantability or fitness for anyparticular purpose or use or otherwise, on the products,or on any parts or labor furnished during the sale,delivery or servicing of the products.DisclaimerMerchandising materials and samples are for generalreference only. Our products should be examined prior toinstallation. Tile by its nature is subject to variation in colorand/or veining as well as technical specifications, includingCOF, due to the inherent variability in the raw materials andproduction process.FIANDRE-USA products differentiate themselves from otherceramic products by using several raw materials (such as,Kaolin, Clay, Feldspar, Quartz, Sand, etc.) gathered fromdifferent U.S. quarries. These raw materials are put through aparticular production process, where they are dried, pressedand fired together at the high temperature of 2600 F.This causes each new FIANDRE-USA production tobe subect to continual pattern variations, just as foundwithin nature. Technical data sheets or specifications arenot guarantees of maximum or minimum thresholds ofperformance. Misuse of the product by the Buyer includingnegligence, physical, or chemical abuse is not covered bythis warranty. Installation defects are not covered by thiswarranty. Visual defects or non conformities apparent prior toinstallation are not covered by this warranty.Warranty21

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French Clay Collection 4 Glace . 20 Cleaning & Chart 21 Warranty More information on: 22 Live Green. 2. 3 FRENCH CLAY HAND-MADE EFFECT A look to the house of France. 4 French Clay GLACE French Clay AUTOMNE THICKNESS 8 mm FINISH Glossy COLOR / SHADE VARIATIONS V2

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