Timber frame restoration

Stainless steel mesh plaster lath

Plaster lath for severely weathered timber-frame infill sections. Stainless steel mesh plaster lath is rust free and specially formed. The recesses allow the necessary distance to be kept from the plaster base. It is held in place using facade fixingscrews. With unusually weathered and exposed timber-frame constructions, it offers additional security for ensuring that lime render stays attached.

Field of application
Plaster lath for lime renders on unusually weathered clay or other infills for half-timbered facades.

Welded stainless steel wire, wire thickness 1 mm, mesh size 16x16 mm offset approx. 10 mm in a 100 mm grid. Offsets staggered fora better adjustment to infill areas with sloping borders.
Fastened in place with stainless steel facade screws, thickness = 5.5 mm, length = 65 mm, K14 with head for TORX bit T20.

Supply form
Rolls. Width = 1 m, length = 5 m. Packs of 100 screws.