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|Galvanized Steel, Aluminium, Stainless Steel:||Galvanized Steel, Aluminium, Stainless Steel||Material:||Hot-dipped Galvanized Sheet|
|Application:||Protecting Mesh, Construction||Surface Treatment:||Hot Dipped Galvanized, Galvanized, Polished|
|Technique:||Perforated, Welded Mesh||Weave Style:||Plain Weave, Punching|
hy rib lath,
hy rib formwork
Widely used as a plaster backing on ceilings, walls and stud partitions. Rib mesh is also
ideal for refurbishing damaged or aged masonry walls when a key for rendering is not
certain due to disintegration or softening of the wall face.
1. Material: Hot-dipped galvanized sheet
1). Construction formwork mesh has very good engineering quality and construction security;
2). Construction formwork mesh as the concrete permanent assembly
free sheet is much convenient for engineering design and processing;
3). Construction formwork mesh is widely used in tunnels, bridges and valve system and so on
to make the process of construction much more fast and stable.
|Weight (kg)||Width (mm)||Length (mm)||Rib Height(mm)||
Installation : Hi-rib lath is ideal for refurbishing damaged or aged masonry walls, when a key for rendering is not certain due to disintegration or softening of the wall face. Lath should be fixed with apexes of ribs against the wall, edge ribs of sheets nesting into each other should be wire-tied every 15cm and ends of sheets should be lapped not less than 2.5cm and nesting ribs securely tied together.
A correctly formed Hy-rib joint outperforms traditionally prepared joints in shear and bond. Hy-rib reduces the risk of trapped air and voids withint the concrete.
Stainless steel fixings should be used at sufficient intervals to hold the lath firmly in position.
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