DELTA LEVELLING SYSTEM nippers from RUBI are designed to be used in both horizontal (floor) and vertical (wall) ceramic tile installation work. The main function of the DELTA LS levelling system nippers from RUBI is to give the DELTA LS wedge the pressure needed to allow the levelling of the ceramic tile. Thereby obtaining the resulting homogeneous flatness.
DELTA LEVELLING SYSTEM nippers have a design that allows professional ceramic tilers to work in large areas, at the same time obtaining greater comfort thanks to its ergonomics, high strength and toughness.
The concept of ergonomics is always present within the design of our tools, as we believe that safety and minimizing the risk of injury at work are essential for health and proper performance.
The DELTA LS levelling system from RUBI is ideal for laying large format ceramic tiles (minimum size required: 30x30 cm.) and thicknesses of 3-12, 6-15 and 11-20 mm. (depending on the model of the DELTA LS strips) using the back buttering technique.
The nippers allow pressure to be adjusted according to the thickness of the ceramic tile, allowing the user to always exert the exact pressure necessary at all times and thus facilitating the use of the system for users who are not accustomed to it.
DELTA LEVELLING SYSTEM by RUBI prevents the movement of parts when the adhesive is setting and improves the resulting surface flatness.
Thanks to the DELTA LS levelling system, the ceramic tiler sees how work time is reduced and the profitability of ceramic tile installation work improves.
Thanks to the variety of heights and thicknesses in the DELTA LS strips, the user can adapt the use of DELTA LEVELLING SYSTEM to any ceramic tile installation job.
- Made of steel with ergonomic plastic handles.
- 6 positions height adjustment according to the thickness of the ceramic tile.
- Protective sleeve on the clamp to avoid damaging the tile.
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Tile level system calculator*Approximate calculation without considering perimeter or intermediate partitions of the surface to tile.