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Renderplas is a specialist company supplying innovative solutions to the plastering industry. The successful company was established in 1990 and holds the accolade of being the first manufacturer of PVCu beads in the UK. Renderplas recognized the benefits of PVCu beads as a cost-effective and non-corrosive material and have since supplied PVCu bead products for many years. All of our beads conform to BS EN 13914-1:2005 – External Rendering regulations and are widely used in the industry. They are available in white and ivory as standard and other colours are available to provide customers with greater choice. All of our profiles can be downloaded from our website, or alternatively can be downloaded by AutoCAD users from the AutoCAD download section.
For further information about any of our PVCu beading and other products, please visit our website or call us at Renderplas Ltd where we will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
Our PVCu Bellcast Beads and Drip Beads are used at or above DPC level and window heads to ensure that rainwater drips clear of the underlying substrate. They are available as standard in white, although there are eleven further colours to choose from. These include ivory, brick, terracotta, wheat, peach, salmon, maize, slate, dove, sky and willow. To prevent PVCu beads from sagging, a fixing of adhesive mortar in a continuous line is the preferred method of fixing, although mechanical fixings, made from stainless steel or plastic, can be used.
Our Bellcast beads are available in 10mm, 15mm, and 20mm and our small wing Bellcast beads are available in 10mm. All of our beads are supplied in 25 lengths per pack.
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