Reinforcement for corners, windows, doors and openings
Striplath is a flat, expanded metal strip used as plaster reinforcement over joints of solid bases and where dissimilar bases join. It is flexible for use over irregular surfaces.
Commonly attached diagonally at the corners of doors, windows, or other areas prone to cracking. It may also be used to span pipe chases or to reinforce other stress points, such as the corners of openings in the stucco membrane within the lath system. Striplath is an excellent mechanical break for painted steel when applying fireproofing.
For spray-fireproofing systems, strip lath provides pre-cut widths which are easy to install and meet requirements for mechanical breaks on painted steel.
- ASTM A641 Standard Specification for Zinc–Coated (Galvanized) Carbon Steel Wire
- 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
- 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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