PVC Corner bead-http://www.fiberglass.name



FIBTEX PVC corner can be used in various of constructions, and it can be constructed with the major project in step, simply the operational procedure, reduce the project cost and keep the corner long-term esthetic but not be destroyed.


   1.To speed up the construction speed;
   2.To improve the project quality;
   3.To avoid the quality common faults such as the open corner isn't straight, not smooth, not artistic and the corner of the wall easily being damaged.


PVC corner specfications:90-degree angle,1.1mm thick,24mm wide on each side,5 mm diameter holes,67g/m.
Distance between wholes: About 4 mm
Lenght per piece:2.5 meters.
Other specifications can also be made as per your requirement.


100 pieces per carton
   [How to Apply Corner Bead]

   Corner bead is long, preformed metal or plastic corner reinforcement. Attached to outside corners of walls, corner bead helps to give that sharp, crisp edge that says "professional quality."


1.Measure the length of the outside corner to be covered. The corner bead should span the entire length of the drywall on the outside corner. Try to avoid splicing (using two short pieces to make up a long run).

   2.Cut the corner bead with tin snips to the desired length.

   3.Fit the corner bead over the raw edge of the drywall.

   4.Maneuver it until you have a nice, tight 90-degree angle on the corner. (You can also buy 45-degree and flexible plastic corner bead to fit almost any artistic-type application of construction, so don't feel stifled by squared corners.)

   5.Make sure you like the result, then put two or three nails or screws into the corner bead to hold it in place. (Nail straight into the drywall, dimpling, or countersinking the nail head, slightly like any other nail or screw.)

   6.Step back and check to be sure you're happy with the corner's line and shape. If so, continue to nail or screw every 8 to 10 inches along the entire length on both walls. You're now ready to apply mud to the corner.


Sometimes, on a long outside corner, you can't avoid splicing the corner bead. This requires carefully lining up the two ends, but doesn't require any special tools.

   Don't dimple the nail heads too far, or you risk distorting the corner bead.

   When splicing, use a small piece of corner bead approximately 3 inches long under the two pieces that are being connected, equally spaced so they're rested against the smaller piece. This will make them even. Make sure the two larger pieces match up all the way.