Stainless Steel Edging For Tiles

Stainless Steel Edging For Tiles

SPEC. Length option:600MM/800MM/1200MM/2440MM Material:SUS304 with quality glass and stone SUS surface treatment:Brushed Note: Matching inside corners/outside corners/end caps are available. stainless steel edging for tiles how to install 1. Install the skeleton of the dragon: the installation...
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SPEC.

Length option:600MM/800MM/1200MM/2440MM

Material:SUS304 with quality glass and stone

SUS surface treatment:Brushed

Note: Matching inside corners/outside corners/end caps are available.



stainless steel edging for tiles how to install

1. Install the skeleton of the dragon: the installation of the skeleton of the grass-roots dragon, the installation process can refer to the construction process of the wood keel or the light steel keel, and repeat the verticality and flatness;


2. Fixed base plate: The base plate generally adopts 5-12mm thick plywood. The construction method and requirements are the same as those of common wood cover panel construction. However, when the keel is a light steel keel or an angle steel keel, drill holes should be drilled on the keel first with an electric drill. Use self-tapping screws to fix the base plate on the keel, and the screw head can not rise above the floor surface;


3, fixed panel: The stainless steel edging for tilesbefore installation according to the design size and shape requirements to make the finished product shape. When there is a bottom plate, apply universal adhesive on the bottom plate and the back of stainless steel respectively, and gently affix the prepared stainless steel plate to the bottom plate; when there is no bottom plate, the pre-processed stainless steel plate is fixed on the light steel keel with stainless steel screws or Welding directly on the keel;


4, close the edge: Edge processing, in the interface between the stainless steel edging for tiles or Yinjiao, Yangjiao fill sealant, pressure stainless steel tank and other methods edge, decoration processing.


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