When change temperature of a mass of element under any form to a point where it changes to a new state that is solid, the mass will turn into a natural tile. If the process happens in a pipe the pipe will broke and leak out debris instead.
Changing to another solid stateEdit
A solid tile requires a bit higher temperature to change state compared to debris of its element, and deletes a small amount of heat on changing. In sandbox mode, if you create a 130 °C/ 403.15 K/ 266 °F algae tile inside a vacuum chamber, the tile won't turn to dirt because state changing require the mass to change temperature.