Features

  • Reinforced tile spacer specially for large format tiles.

Description

RUBI tile spacers, “T” and wedges are undoubtedly a truly indispensable range for obtaining a perfect finish in any ceramic tile range installation work.

The RUBI reinforced 5 mm tile spacers are highly rigid tile spacers specially designed for use on floors with large tiles.

The RUBI reinforced 5 mm tile spacers are manufactured with high quality base material and completely free from impurities and imperfections.

The underside of the 5 mm tile spacers is designed to provide god hold on the gripping surface and means, if the facilities permit, 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 worldwide use the RUBI tile spacers, “T” and wedges because they want the best finish for all of their ceramic tile installation work.

In addition, as part of the strategy, RUBI is continuously researching according to the evolution of materials and based on the requirements received by leading ceramic tile manufacturers worldwide, 30,000 RUBI dealers and more than 40,000 end users registered in Club RUBI. Owing to all of these factors, RUBI offers professional ceramic tile fixers the most comprehensive and suitable range of tools on the market. Everything that you need for all phases of the ceramic tile fitting process.

Tile spacers for reinforced 5 mm joints

References and models for Tile spacers for reinforced 5 mm joints

Tile spacers for 5 mm joints. "Rigid" (B-100 u.)
  • Ref. - 2955
  • EAN-13 - 8413797029550
  • Units per box - 10

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