Vibratory application technique in industrial anti-acid porcelain tile flooring begins with removing the existing concrete floor from dirt. The concrete floor is cleaned from dirt, spilled sand, and waste by pressurized water washing machines. After cleaning the floor, the mortar is poured, where the anti-acid tiles will be combined with the floor. After the mortar is poured, the floor is improved to get a smooth floor. Thus, the floor, which is both flat and clean, is made suitable for the placement of anti-acid tile floor mortar. High-quality adhesives are applied to the fresh mortar. After applying high-quality adhesive, anti-acid tiles are assembled parallel to the rope and miter. After the tile installation process, pre-compression is performed, ensuring no space between the floor and the tiles. This technique is called the vibratory compression technique because horizontal and vertical vibration movements are used during compression. After all these applications, it should be left for a while for the floor to become suitable for the application. In this process, the tiles are frozen by the mortar’s own heat, as the water absorption rate is zero. After the vibration process is completed and left for a while, a dust vacuum process is applied to clean the surfaces. Then, a liquid epoxy filling is applied to the joints.