RENO-U - Ramp profiles for a stepless transition


Cantonera profile for the continuous transition of height between two pavements at different levels as a small ramp.

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Transition profiles for a stepless transition between floor coverings of different heights, for example for the transition from tiles to carpeting. In addition, it protects the edge of adjacent coverings. The integrated joint spacer forms a defined joint cavity with the tile.

RENO-U has also proved to be reliable in areas subjected to intensive point loads (garages, loading docks, shopping centres etc). The profile’s visible surface slopes at approximately 25° to a 4 mm high vertical edge. This prevents trip edges between coverings of different heights.

Ramp profiles for a stepless transition between floor coverings RENO U


Transition profile RENO-U is available in the following material versions:

  • E = Stainless steel, 1.4301 (V2A)
  • EB = Brushed stainless steel
  • A = Aluminum
  • M = Brass
  • AE = Anodised aluminium


  1. Select RENO-U according to tile thickness.
  2. Fill the cavity beneath the sloped section of the profile with tile adhesive.
  3. Trowel tile adhesive over the area that forms the perimeter of the tiled covering.
  4. Press the perforated anchoring leg of the RENO-U into the tile adhesive and align.
  5. Trowel additional adhesive over the perfo- rated anchoring leg to ensure full coverage.
  6. Solidly embed the tiles so that the tiled surface is flush with the top of the profile (the profile should not be higher than the tiled surface, but up to approximately 1 mm lower). The tiles must be fully embedded in the area of the profile.
  7. The tile is set to the lateral joint spacer, which ensures a uniform joint of 1.5 mm. With the stainless steel profiles, leave a space of approximately 1.5 mm.
  8. Fill the joint completely with grout.


Ramp profile RENO-U require no special maintenance or care. Oxidation films on brass or aluminium may be removed with a common polishing agent; however, they do reoccur. Damaged anodised finishes may only be repaired by recoating.

Stainless steel surfaces exposed to the environment or aggressive substances should be cleaned periodically using a mild household cleaner. Regular cleaning maintains the neat appearance of stainless steel and reduces the risk of corrosion. All cleaning agents must be free of hydrochloric and hydrofluoric acid.

Avoid contact with other metals such as steel, since this can cause rust. This also includes tools such as trowels or steel wool, i.e. tools used to remove mortar residue. We recommend the use of the stainless steel cleaning polish Schlüter CLEAN-CP.

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