Overview

Fibretrims are manufactured from pultruded glass fibre plastics in the UK to ISO9001 standards. The enhanced composition ensures that the trims are extremely durable, maintained free and resilient to adverse weather conditions.

The profiles come in 3-metre lengths and are supplied in a pre-coloured finish for easy overpainting with the Fibrelast topcoat, the profiles can be easily cut on-site to follow the alignment of the roof’s edge.

To complement the Fibretrim profiles, we also supply pre-formed corners which eliminate the need for on-site mitre cutting or additional lamination, These corners ensure a neat, accurate and watertight detail at any change in roof direction.


Application

The B260 will match the drip profile of an A200 when used on an adjoining edge and is compatible with C1, C2 & C4 universal corners. This up-stand trim is fitted to contain and direct the flow of water to a gutter.

A single batten is fixed level with the top edge of the deck. Apply 30mm beads of Sharkseal or trim adhesive to the batten at 300mm centres, rub the trim into place and nail through the top of the trim into the decking.

Do not nail through the front of the trim, instead where the trim is overlapping, they should be bonded together with a thin strip of Sharkseal or standard roofing trim adhesive on the inside of the overlapping trim. If a ladder is likely leant against a B-type trim for access to the roof, the trim will need to be reinforced to avoid deformation.

The trim can either be doubled up by slotting a section of extra trim within the section where the ladder will be used or it can be reinforced by being coated with a layer of Fibrecoat to maintain a smooth finish. Alternately, a wooden batten can be shaped and fitted into the ridge of the trim to ensure that it remains rigid.


Dimensions


Compatibility

Compatible trims and corners.


Guide

Trim guide

How to apply Fibretrims to a flat roof


Questions


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