Transition profile to protect tile edges and provide a smooth transition between vinyl and LVT type flooring coverings at lower elevations or finished concrete. The sloped surface eliminates trip hazards and allows easy access for wheel carts.
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Finishing ramp profile made of anodized aluminum to create a continuous transition at different levels between an elastic coating (eg LTV-vinyl) and other coatings. The sloping visible surface of the Schlüter-VINPRO-U profile prevents the formation of steps between floors of different heights. In addition, the profile provides safe protection for the edges of the stretch liners.
Schlüter-VINPRO-U is available in the following finishes:
Material properties and fields of application:
In certain cases, the suitability of the type of material must be checked according to the expected chemical or mechanical attacks. These are some general tips to keep in mind.
Anodized aluminum: aluminum has a refined finish due to the anodized surface, which must be protected against abrasive objects or objects that can scratch it. Anodizing damage can only be repaired by repainting.
How to use
Fixing with screws:
Fixing with mounting adhesive:
Note: the substrate must be stable and free from imperfections.
VINPRO-U does not require any special maintenance. For delicate surfaces, the use of abrasive cleaners should be avoided.
Anodizing damage can only be repaired by repainting. Cleaners must not include hydrochloric acid or hydrofluoric acid among their components.
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