Galvanised Steel Sheet Lath (L)2500mm (W)700mm

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5014316402651

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Galvanised Steel Sheet Lath (L)2500mm (W)700mm

Product code:
5014316402651
Galvanised Steel Sheet Lath (L)2500mm (W)700mm

Price

£12.68

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  • For use as a carrier for render/plaster where there is an insufficient key, support and/or risk of cracking
  • Use with undercoat plaster or render
  • Designed for interior applications with gypsum based undercoat plasters or cement based render

Features and Benefits

This product is available for Bulk delivery for orders over £100. To place an order call 0300 303 4481 or speak to a member of staff in store. Lines open Monday - Saturday 08:00 - 20:00 and Sunday’s 10:00 – 16:00. Calls charged at standard national rate. Free delivery on orders over £250

  • Galvanized finish to resist corrosion
  • Reduces the risk of cracking in plaster
  • Lightweight and easy to handle
  • Can span up to 300mm between fixings

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of Galvanised Steel Sheet Lath (L)2500mm (W)700mm
Brand Expamet
Length 2500mm
Width 700mm
Material Galvanised steel

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Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.

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How to dry-line a wall

Dry-lining a wall means attaching plasterboard to a wall, which gives you a smooth finish to decorate straight away. It's much easier to get a good result this way than with wet plaster and it is easier alternative to re-plastering.

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