Argelith Ceramic Tiles are the premier choice for businesses that demand performance from their industrial floor.

Don’t be fooled by their good looks - Argelith vitrified tiles are hard enough and resilient enough to hold up heavy loads, bear rolling traffic and sustain sharp impacts like dropped tools. Where other industrial flooring options measure their lifespan in years, Argelith industrial floors are durable for decades.

Vitrified tile is a green construction material free from fumes, allergens and VOCs.

  • Chemical resistant
  • Moisture resistant
  • Suitable for all temperatures
  • Abrasion resistant
  • Strong under heavy loads and rolling traffic
  • HACCP certified hygienic

Argelith is the gold standard for commercial flooring in high-impact industries like automotive, breweries and food and beverage. Choose your industry below to learn more or contact us.

What is vitrified tile?

Vitrified ceramic tile is a super hard, extremely durable industrial-grade building material. Tiles are dry pressed and fired at high temperatures, melting some of the natural mineral elements in the ceramic and creating a tile harder than steel and more resilient than concrete. The tiles' extreme density make them naturally nonporous. Properly installed with the right mortar and grout, vitrified tile provides a hard wearing, chemical resistant surface that stands up to the rigors of the most demanding industrial environments. Learn more about how vitrified tile differs from other tile types.

What is clinker?

True clinker tile is a partially vitrified industrial-grade floor tile. Like vitrified tile, it is dry pressed and fired at high temperatures to create a hard, dense material. Over the years, the term "clinker" has been generalized  to refer to all industrial ceramic tiles. Specifications will sometimes call for "clinker" when the specifier really meant fully vitrified tile, which has greater density and resistance. Often, you can tell which tile the specifier wanted by checking the color - vitrified tile comes in a variety of colors, while true clinker tile comes only in shades of brick red. 

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Auto service

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Beverage industry

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Food processing

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Chemical industry

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Car wash and detailing

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Commercial vehicles