GRP Raised Edge Trim (B260)
3 Metre GRP B260 Raised edge trims are used on the non-drainage side if the roof, overlapping on to the fascia.
GRP B260 Raised Edge Trim
The raised edge trims are placed on the non-draining open edges of a roof, overlapping onto the fascia boards. A single batten should be fixed on the outside of the fascia board level with the top edge of the deck. PU trim adhesive should be applied to the battens in 30mm beads at 300mm centres before bedding the trim.
This is a Glass Reinforced Polyester flat roof system designed and engineered for flat roof applications. Fully integrated all in one system where the components work together on virtually all types of flat roofs and vertical surfaces in any domestic or commercial application to provide the perfect all-weather protection.
A single batten should be fixed on to the outside fascia board level with the top edge of the deck. PU adhesive should be applied to the battens in 30mm beads.
- Cold applied - No heat needed
- Easy to form
- Durable - Resists heavy foot traffic
- Virtually maintenance-free
- Fire retardant
- Length : 3 metres
- Width : 110 mm
- Raised Height: 35 mm
- Height: 125 mm
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