Drylining bead. A perforated thin coat bead (as per GPTC) but with slightly wider wings to give a deeper plaster key. Plaster depth 2/3mm. Nail holes for easy fix with drywall nails. Scalloped edge for an excellent plaster key. Internal use only.View product
Drylining bead. A bead to reinforce the edges of plasterboard which can be fixed on either with the perforated flange on the face of the board by nailing and skimmed over or with the short flange on the board face for a decorative edge finish. Internal use only.
Drylining bead. A bead for protection of thin coat plaster at edges and reveals and for abutment of thin coat plaster against other wall finishes. Also sometimes used as an arch bead. Nail holes for easy fix with drywall nails. Rigid but light bead perforated for an excellent thin coat plaster key. Either 3mm or 6mm Stop. Internal use only.
Manufactured by bonding two corrosion resistant metal strips to paper jointing tape, it is safe to use as there are no sharp edges compared to normal bead or mesh. Bead corner tape is designed for finishing inside and outside drywall corners. The flexible steel backing fits any angle where traditional beading cannot be used and can be easily cut to any length for minimum wastage. Application is by standard jointing compound, no special tools required.View product
Plaster and render bead. This traditional wet plaster bead provides a strong true corner or arris, with the mesh wings allowing for a good plaster key and resistance to cracking. Fixed by plaster dabs at approximately 600mm centres, push the wings into the dabs to allow for the required plaster depth, up to 13mm, then ensure the nose is set square and plumb as required. Generally for internal use only.