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Internal Brick Slip Cladding Panel

£54.99


Brick Slip Tracking System for use Internally to speed up the installation of the project whilst adding a 60 minute fire rating.

Tried and tested with our brick slips, our A1 Fire rated brick slip tracking panels offer excellent fire properties as well as high levels of dimensional stability,
Used extensively in the shopfitting and interior fit out sector as well as the DIY market, these Internal brick slip tracking panels speed up the installation time of our brick slips by over 50%.

Our cladding panels are 1000mm High x 1200mm Wide x 8mm Thick

Fixing method

The two fixing methods for our cladding boards are;

 

This method is suitable for boarding over existing brick and blockwork, and is especially beneficial when the substrate is uneven, as this allows you to create a perfectly level surface for your brick slips.

  • Boards can be mechanically fixed using 36mm stainless steel washer and screws (available at all good DIY stores)

This method is suitable for use on timber framed houses, sheds, garages, SIPS panels. They can be screwed directly to either timber of steel battens. Once installed you can then proceed to install your brick slips ensuring a level and consistent finish throughout.

 

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