wire lath

wire lath

[¦wīr ′lath]
(engineering)
A netting formed of welded wire, usually with a paper backing, and used as a base for plaster.

wire lath

Wire welded to form a netting, usually with a paper backing; used as a base for plaster.
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Almost all stone veneer installations start with a layer or two of building paper, covered by properly installed dimpled and galvanized wire lath.
Wire lath can be unruly, and the cut edges are sharp.
Including the wire lath, self-leveling underlayment, thin-set, grout and miscellaneous supplies, the total cost of materials for our 7 x 11-ft.
Gross surface mounting: 200 m, Area Venus Rotte: about 1 640 m, surface wire lath tray 3 500 m, total area modeled in caves inside: about 5 200 m, surface waterproofing membrane Green roof approximately 2000 m.
thick layer of mortar over wire lath that's nailed to the wall studs or subfloor.
Subject of the services to be carried out this assignment unit: In several rooms of the opera building (component A / BT-A) are suspended, smooth plastered ceiling wire lath to restore or reconstruct.