joint tape

joint tape

A tape used to cover joints formed by adjacent sheets of wallboard.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
description of the procurement: - preparatory measuring and priming measures for floor coating, - protective measures and shutdowns of ground penetrating elements as point or area outlet, - application of the floor coating with 6 mm epoxy resin, Partly with color change stands, Application of a polyurethane coating (pu) in a partial area of the building, - joints on interior building elements with permanently elastic color-matched joint tape, - installation of fillets in sanitary rooms, - protective measures of the finished floor coating
You can sort it with a roll of FibaTape, or any other self adhesive joint tape.
If you are going to redecorate, cover the crack with self-adhesive joint tape, cover the tape with two coats of filler, sand and paint.
Apply self-adhesive joint tape or FibaTape over the cracks and then one or two coats of fast-set filler over the tapes - or use British Gypsum's Easi-Fill.
Top tip HAIRLINE cracks on a wall can be easily repaired by sticking a piece of fibre tape or joint tape over the crack.
Then apply joint tape and additional mud coats (Photo2).
1 HP continuous) four-gallon oil lube side stack compressor, a 25-foot vinyl air hose, fittings, and pipe joint tape.
There are three types of Aimes tape - a metal, corner tape, paper joint tape for interior corners, and self-adhesive fibre tape for flat seams.
For a basic joint, spread joint compound over the steam and embed a strip of joint tape in the compound.
All you need to do is apply self–adhesive joint tape or FibaTape over the cracks and then apply one or two coats of fast–set filler over the tapes.

Full browser ?