JF 700

 

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JF 700

Control joint JF 700

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Environment

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Finishes

MATERIAL :

Pvc

Stainless steel

Brass

COLOUR :

Grey

CHARACTERISTICS :

  • Heights from 25 to 70 mm
  • Partition of adhesive affixed floors
  • Economic solution
  • The JF 700 range of control joints has been designed to prevent problems, such as cracking and tile lifting, that will always appear when the floor covering is laid on large surfaces without any joints. The joints of the JF 700 range are used as control joints with fresh mortar-laid floor covering such as tiles, ceramics, marble, natural stone, etc. They are suitable for commercial and industrial uses. In general, control joints are used to enclose areas between 25 m2 and 60 m2, with a maximum linear dimension between 5 m and 10 m. The joint must reach a minimum depth of 2/3 of the thickness of the floor covering and its substrate mortar, but preferably the total thickness (substrate mortar + covering). Made with coextruded PVC with an outer layer of rigid PVC for efficient protection of the tile edges, and a flexible PVC central element able the take up the floor constraints. The joints of the Eco 700 range are used essentially for "budget" applications or when aesthetics is not a determining factor. Available in different heights and a length of 2.5 lm. The control joints of the JF 700 range are available in the standard grey, black and white colours. They can also be made with other heights, in any other RAL colour, and in any other special colour depending on quantity. The joints of the JF 700 range are used as control joints with fresh mortar-laid floor covering such as tiles, ceramics, marble, natural stone, etc. They are suitable for commercial and industrial uses. In general, bay joints are used to enclose areas between 25 m2 and 60 m2, with a maximum linear dimension between 5 m and 10 m. The joint must reach a minimum depth of 2/3 of the thickness of the floor covering and its substrate mortar, but preferably the total thickness (substrate mortar + covering).
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