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Today, Karam Ceramics Limited is one of the leading companies in the ceramic industry, manufacturing Wall and Floor tiles. We are a Public Limited Company listed on Pakistan Stock Exchange. We have dealers all over Pakistan with sales office and showrooms in Karachi and Lahore where our products are displayed. Karam Ceramics Limited is equipped with the latest state of the art technology and machinery to manufacture tiles and works in technical collaboration with Ceric Cetic of France, Doulton of England, Modena of China, SITI- B&T Group, Welko, Sacmi of Italy, Fortec Machinery System and Bathroom Sercer.

We stay committed to provide our customers with comfortable and superior quality ceramics tiles. We believe in constant product development and offer our customers a wide variety of sizes, colors and designs. We ensure our valued customers are provided with tiles that have aesthetic value and comply with the quality standards for long-term durability.

We understand today's fast moving, high-tech world and are dedicated to provide our consistent high quality standards to our customers. Our employees stay committed to produce and maintain our best quality tiles right from the design conception stage to the production stage. Raw material are imported from Spain, Italy, China and Malaysia.

Technical Tests & Standards

ISO 10545-7 ASTM C1027

Resistance to Abrasion and Tread Wear Abrasion resistance is the capacity of the glazed surface to resist the wear caused by foot traffic or the abrasion caused by mechanical equipment. The wear action determines the suitable applications for each tile.

Class 2 Residential: suitable for residential excluding kitchen, entryways, and stairs

ISO 10545-3 ASTM C373

Water Absorption Absorption is the product capacity for water penetration. Porcelain tile is an impervious, very dense product with a very low absorbency rate. Ceramic tiles are more porous and generally less durable than porcelain tiles due to a less dense body composition. Ceramic wall tiles are the least dense and can have a water absorption rate of over 10% of its weight.

Porcelain tile is less than .5% absorption by definition therefore it meets ISO standard 10545-3.

ISO 10545-7 ASTM C1027

Resistance to Abrasion and Tread Wear Abrasion resistance is the capacity of the glazed surface to resist the wear caused by foot traffic or the abrasion caused by mechanical equipment. The wear action determines the suitable applications for each tile.

Class 2 Residential: suitable for residential excluding kitchen, entryways, and stairs

ISO 10545-3 ASTM C373

Water Absorption Absorption is the product capacity for water penetration. Porcelain tile is an impervious, very dense product with a very low absorbency rate. Ceramic tiles are more porous and generally less durable than porcelain tiles due to a less dense body composition. Ceramic wall tiles are the least dense and can have a water absorption rate of over 10% of its weight.

Porcelain tile is less than .5% absorption by definition therefore it meets ISO standard 10545-3.

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