Aijia helps you interpret the unknown technology of ceramic tile.

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  • Date:2020/07/21

In recent years, the ceramic tile industry keeps researching and innovating the design and the size of its products. Except for adding new changes to the appearance of the ceramic tiles, the manufacturers put new added value on their function as well.

Under the wide-ranging promotion of those new ceramic tiles within building material markets, you may wonder whether these functional ceramic tiles would truly represent the new development trend in the ceramic tile industry? Today, lets have a look on the functionality of these ceramic tiles.

Remove formaldehyde and benzene

The function of removing formaldehyde can effectively decompose indoor formaldehyde molecules in the long-term so as to purify the air and to maintain human health. The function of removing benzene can effectively decompose the benzene in the air for a long time and eliminate the harm of benzene to human body.


This function can effectively decompose indoor harmful bacterium, enabling indoor environment healthy and livable.


This function is anti-statistic which can shield ultraviolet and electromagnetic wave letting the anti-radiation effect happen.  

Far infrared rays

Light wave resonates with human cells, activating cell vitality and promoting human health.

Convert liquid into small groups of molecules

Water convert into the small molecules which with a diameter less than 0.5 nm can pass through the hydrophilic channel of the cell and be absorbed by it directly.

However, the author has a good news to tell you that Aijia health energy tile has included all the advantages of the functional tiles above. With only one product you can enjoy five products’ experiences, which is really earned! 





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