Dilatation strips 925x16x10 mmpcs
0,85 £ for 1 piece
Dilatation strips 925 x 16 x 10 mm
Dilatation strips 925x16x10 mm
Dilatation strips 925x16x10 mm are made out of meticulously chosen cork pellets the granulation of which ranges from 0,1 to 2 mm. The aforementioned components are taken advantage of mainly in order to connect two different surfaces. That is in the case of wooden floor and tiles. While combining two materials together proper dilatation must be maintained in order for the surfaces to be connected in an effective and durable manner. It can be wood with ceramic tiles, stone with paneling, or tiles with paneling.
Cork strips make it possible to decrease tension in the areas where value of pressure is rather high. Their utilization facilitates maintaining material tension at constant level. Therefore they are counteracting distortion and damaging of the utilized components. Thanks to the usage of the dilatation strips, the frequency of occurrence of notable damages is remarkably decreased. Also the connected surfaces are additionally protected. The thermal and soundproofing properties of cork are a great addition to expansion joints, not only because it creates a gap that separates separate parts of the house or apartment, but also in terms of aesthetics.
Distinctive features of the dilatation strips are:
- Production of strips out of cork – natural and ecologic material,
- Easiness of installation.
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