Reinforcement for inside or outside corners
Cornerite™ reinforcing angle is used to reinforce all inside or inner plaster corners to reduce corner cracking. Cornerite reinforcing angle is formed from finished, edge strip lath and bent lengthwise to a 100° angle ensuring a snug fit into 90° inside corners and over 90° outside corners.
Cornerite™ is commonly used where walls meet walls or ceilings, over inner angles of masonry construction, and when using the floating-angle-method of applying gypsum lath to wood framing in order to reduce plaster cracking.
Cornerite reinforcing angle should be tied to the base lath using 18-gauge tie wire. It should not be attached directly to the support framing but allowed to float in the corner. Available in 2" x 2" (4' and 8' lengths), and 3" x 3" (8' length only).
Galvanized steel products should not be used with magnesium oxychloride cement stucco or Portland cement stucco containing calcium chloride additives.
- ASTM A653 Standard Specification for Steel Sheet, Zinc-Coated (Galvanized) or Zinc-Iron Alloy-Coated (Galvannealed) by the Hot-Dip Process
- ASTM C847 Standard Specification for Metal Lath
- ASTM C1063 Standard Specification for Installation of Lathing and Furring to Receive Interior and Exterior Portland Cement-Based Plaster
- ASTM C1780 Standard Practice for Installation Methods for Cement-based Adhered Masonry Veneer
- Intertek CCRR-0204 Metal Lath - Code Compliance Research Report
- SDS For ASTM A653 Steel Finishing Products For Interior Finishing and Exterior Finishing
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