- Brand: TECO®
- Model: EML8X2
- Weight: 1.49kg
- Dimensions: 2,438mm x 685mm x 0.40mm
- SKU: EML8X2
- Product code: P1-2403
- MPN: EML8X2
Expanded Metal Lath Sheet 8x2 2438x685mm (Galvanised Steel 10346 DX51D Z275) called EML is a metal lathing mainly used as a key for internal and external plaster when applied on suspended ceilings and walls.
EML Sheets are also suitable for encasing steel columns and beams, assisting in the protection from fire and as a key on timber floors before tiling.
In external applications where there is regular exposure to moisture, heavy condensation, persistent damp or concern that drying out times may be extended, stainless steel EML should be used.
This Galvanised Mesh Sheet creates a coarse surface texture which creates a key for the adhesive or plaster/render to adhere to.
One Expanded Metal Lath Sheet 8x2 2438mm x 685mm coverage is 1.67m².
Ensure that compatible corrosion resistant fixings are used.
Gloves should be worn as edges will be sharp.
Material: Galvanised Steel 10346 DX51D Z275
Hole length: 20mm
Hole width: 10mm
Applications: internal and external plaster / render
Sheet coverage: 1.67m²
Installation of Expanded Metal Lathing Galvanised Steel Sheets:
· Fix with the long way of the lathing running from support to support, with all strands sloping downwards and inwards from the face of the coating.
· Always ensure when fixing that allowance is made for overlapping sheets by 50mm lengthways and 25mm widthways.
· To connect to timber use plasterer’s nails & screws with washers or staples at 100mm centres.
· Start at the centre of the sheet and work out towards the edges.
· Always fix at an angle to allow lath to be pulled tight.
· Ensure that compatible corrosion resistant fixings are used; i.e. do not use galvanised fixings with stainless products.
· To fix steel channels, tie with 1.2mm tying wire at 100mm centres.
· Tie by creating a ‘hairpin’ shape with the wire, then pull tight and twist.
· Take care that cut wire ends are not close to the plaster surface.
· Expanded Metal Lath can be fixed to a solid background using a suitable fixing with an integral spacer/washer and a large diameter headed screw/nail that will keep the sheets firmly in place.
· Gloves should be worn as edges will be sharp.
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|Board covarage||1.67 m2|
|Profile||Expanded Metal Lathing|
|Dimensions||Hole length: 20mm | Hole width: 10mm | Gauge: 0.4mm|
|Applications||Internal and external plaster / render|
|Features||Creates a key for the adhesive or plaster/render to adhere to|
We deliver insulation materials to Mainland UK only. Deliveries to Highlands, Northern Ireland, Isle of Wight etc.. might be possible at additional cost.
We offer free delivery on most of the orders above £300 (excluding VAT) (except special products - shipping cost via courier - products marked ''Request A Quote'')
Delivery of some insulation materials might be extended due to the current situation (Covid-19, stock shortages, allocations).
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We do not deliver on weekends and bank holidays. Sometimes we can deliver on Saturdays - please check with us before placing the order.
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