Also knows as Bell Cast Bead it forms and protects the lower edge of external render. Designed to deliver a general gradient at the base of the render. It is used above doors, windows to also rainwater to drain clear of the underlying substrate. Also Available with weep holes. They are mainly used in building materials and plasterwork for outside or corner of concrete columns of wall.
0.3-0.8mm stainless steel or 0.3-0.8mm galv. Steel
BS EN 13658 - 1 and 2: 2005
BS EN 10346 (formerly BS EN 10327)
ASTM A653 (revised ASTM A527)
BS EN 10088
Alu-zinc Coated Steel (Galvanum)
Width of Wing(mm)
All dimensions can be adjusted according to the customer requirements.
Also available in Aluminum.
Mesh Aperture: 5*15; 10*20; 10*30; 12*25 (mm)
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Recommended installation method
Beads may be trimmed to length using shears across the wings and a fine-toothed saw across bead nose.
1. Using galvanized or stainless steel nails to fix the angle bead at a interval of about 600mm. When nailing to the solid background, the line of the bead will follow the line of the background.
2. Pressing the bead onto dabs of the similar material as the undercoat; the interval of the dabs should be maximum 600mm. This way will smooth minor irregularities in the line of the background, although the line of the bead will tend to generally follow the line of the background.
This method will smooth the irregularities in the line of the background.
3. When beads are used with metal lath backgrounds, galvanized or stainless steel nails are used to fix the beads position. Soft galvanized wire or stainless steel wire should be used to match the bead and the lath materials. The wires should be twisted tightly and the ends bent away from the finished face of the coating.