Available in a choice of L profile _ for use when the adjacent material is designed to be seen; or U profile to ensure a neat channel with precise parallel lines adjacent to surfaces such as un-edged plasterboard, the beads create a contemporary interior design effect.
Shadow gaps are a popular finishing touch for many architects and interior designers, although they are often regarded as difficult to apply and time consuming by plasterers.
The new shadow gap profiles from Renderplas offer a simple way to get the gaps exactly right, with the U profile providing a gap of 15mm, whilst the L profile can produce a gap up to 20mm.
The L profile is scored every 5mm along its hidden face so that it can be trimmed easily with a sharp knife to form a 10mm or 15mm gap to suit a variety of design requirements.
Each one of Renderplas’ shadow gap profiles is 15mm deep and can be used as a feature in place of skirting boards or architrave, offering a simple solution for professionals and plasterers looking for an extensive choice of interior design effects.
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