- Ideal for placement to "break joint" and perimeter.
- Quality base material, without impurities or imperfections.
- Hollow structure with internal reinforcements. Supports the tensions and allows to leave into the joint and to grout over.
For fitting tiles with fastened joints, or “break-joints”, or simply to separate perimeter joints, it is recommended to use “T” joint spacers.
The RUBI 7 mm “T” joint spacers are made with high quality base material and are completely free of imperfections and irregularities.
The structure of the 7 mm “T” joint spacers is hollow and is designed with internal reinforcements, meaning that they can withstand stress without smashing. This hollow design facilitates the entry of grout and, if the facilities permit, means that the tile spacer can be left inside the joint without affecting the wholeness of the joint in the future.
RUBI tile spacers, “T” and wedges are noted for the uniformity of their products, the homogeneity of measurements and the absence of burrs and other small flaws. These features allow professionals who opt for RUBI tile spacers, “T” and wedges to obtain an outstanding finish and with complete accuracy.
Professionals the world over use RUBI tile spacers, “Ts” and wedges because they know that they are essential for achieving a perfect finish for any ceramic tile fitting job.
Professional fitters are aware of how important it is to use high quality separators, since the finish of their work can be significantly damaged by imperfections or irregularities.
In designing all RUBI products, the whole RUBI RDI team, consisting of engineers and professionals from around the world, has been vital. The fact that we receive information from many parts of the world gives us the opportunity to have a global view of the business and the needs of construction industry professionals to design tools adapted to each market.
References and models for T for 7 mm joints
- Ref. - 2925
- EAN-13 - 8413797029253
- Units per box - 10
Tile Leveling System Calculator*Approximate calculation without considering perimeter or intermediate partitions of the surface to tile.