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COFLEX CAJP edging expansion joints in pvc
COFLEX CR: hygienic connection between floors and walls
JOUNTEC GALP structural joints with expansion
JOINTEC GAP structural and expansion joints
JOINTEC GEP angular version upward anchoring of GE joints
JOINTEC GELP angular version upward anchoring of GEL joints
JOINTEC GMP angular version upward anchoring of GM joints
JOINTEC GMLP angular version upward anchoring of GML joints
JOINTEC GDP angular version of the downward anchoring of the GEP joints
JOINTEC GDLP angular version downward anchoring of GELP joints
JOINTEC GADP structural joints in aluminium
We can say that these are always expansion joints, placed at the edges of the tiling, where it borders with other vertical surfaces, for example a wall or a pillar, or horizontal as for example a marble threshold.
If the perimeter joint only affects the thickness of the coating then you will have to choose a simple expansion profile that has the conformation that it can be used on the perimeter, see Coflex CAJP or Coflx CR which has a double function: joint, being made of resin synthetic, and hygienic shell, thanks to its conformation. In the event that the fracture also includes the screed in all its thickness then it will be necessary to opt for a perimeter structural joint. Here the range is even wider as you can make a selection between profiles entirely in aluminum such as the Jointec GAP and profiles with the lateral metal structure and with an interchangeable EPDM insert such as the Jointec P. The former are good for important accidental loads and are wheeled, the latter are drive-over and suitable for intense pedestrian crossings.