PVC tile trims, plastic edging trims
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Plastic tile trim,
Strict QC system,
High quality guaranteed,
Various color for choice.
PVC corner tile trim
Attractive protection for corners and edges
For corners of tiled surfaces or severely stressed edges, special profiles have been developed. They protect the corners or edges so that tiles no longer get broken there. They also look good and are suitable for the most elegant decorative designs. The PVC corner tile trims are available in a variety of designs, colours and materials to match any application.
Ceramic tile trim were developed as a handsome edging profile for the corners of tile or stone decorated walls. They are smoothly rounded and available in a variety of materials. Aside from their protective function, they can also be used for attractive decoration design purposes. They are also suitable for use as a covering as skirting for tiled or carpeted, parquet or natural stone floors. They give a good solution to the wall corner decoration, provide aesthetic improvement. High-quality formed pieces are available for joining profile sections together.
Ceramic tile trim is available in the following variants: PVC, tectorial PVC, aluminium anodised, aluminium powder-coated.
PVC corner tile trims are made of coloured PVC and are largely UV-resistant. Out of doors, however, the colour may fade over the course of time (e. G. In bright sunlight). And there is variety of colors for tectorial PVC, tectorial gold, tectorial champagne, tectorial marble etc.
Aluminium profiles may be used wherever unusual chemical reactions are not to be expected. To avoid corrosion, it is necessary to take care with cement materials. Since aluminium is susceptible to alkaline, any mortar, tile adhesive or grout residues must be removed immediately from all visible surfaces. The profile must be completely embedded in the contact layer.
Aluminium anodised and aluminium powder-coated profiles are specially treated so that their surfaces are not usually likely to change. Visible surfaces must still be protected from cement materials. Items that scratch or scrape the profiles may cause damage.
Profiles should be chosen to match the thickness of the tiles.
Tile adhesive should be applied around the junction using a serrated trowel.
Press the profile into the adhesive(mortar ect. ) bed and align it.
Spread mortar over the entire surface of the joint.
Press in tiles firmly and align them so that they are flush with the top edge of the profile. Lay the tiles without leaving any gaps.