Spotlight on Hook on Beads

by scott douglas

Plaster Beads are essential to the finishing of a Good Plastering Project.

So, where would you use a Plaster Bead when Plastering?

Plaster Beads would be used around the external edge of a Window, Boxed in Areas or any awkward areas with an edge.

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The Plaster Bead will grip the Wall, allowing for a smooth finish.

Let's run through the traditional methods of installing plaster beads.

Once you have attached Plaster Boards to your Wall, you can add a plasterboard thin coat bead to the edges before plastering.

The Plaster Bead should be easy to cut, and standard beads can be attached by traditional methods using nails, screws or Plaster adhesives.

Measure the area where your Bead is being applied, and using tin snips, cut a line towards the angle of your thin coat beads on both sides and gently bend.

Using Nails, Screws or Plaster Adhesives fit your Bead in place.

Continue this process until you have all your Beads in place and ready for Plaster.

Types of Angle Plaster Bead

Plaster Beads can be used on Interior or Exterior Walls and are manufactured in various materials, including Steel and PVCu.

Types of Internal Use Beads include

  • Hook on Beads
  • Angle Beads
  • Plaster Stop Bead
  • Thin Coat Bead / Stop Bead
  • Thin Coat Bead / Small Mesh / Expanded Wing Angle
  • Plaster Board Edging Bead

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Types of External Use Beads include

  • Standard Angle Beads
  • Standard Stop Bead
  • Render Stop Bead

Types of PVCu Beads

  • Angle
  • Stop
  • Movement
  • Thin Coat
  • Render Stop
  • Dry Lining Arch

The Many Benefits of Hook on Beads

Traditional Methods used to apply a Thin Coat Bead in awkward areas may need a little bit of patience and skill, with the need for nails, screws or Plastering Adhesive.

The Manufacturers of Hook on Beads recognised this and came up with a revolutionary product taking away the need for nails and screws, saving Plasterers time and Frustration.

Hook on Beads uses a tap fit method which is effective and fast.

The Bead has micro hooks around forty millimetres apart, which fix securely into your Wall.

Hook on Beads Features

  • Made from Galvanised Steel
  • Drywall Compatible
  • Tap Fit
  • Can Re-Tap into Position
  • Can use with Tacks of Nails if Preferred
  • Sharp Micro Hook
  • Mount Horizontal of Vertical
  • Guarantee
  • 2.4M
  • 3.0M

The many benefits of Hook on Beads means they stand out for us, and with endorsements from many, including the DIY Doctor, we do not think you will be disappointed.

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