How to avoid the cut at 45 degrees

How to avoid the cut at 45 degrees: Profilpas products

In case of right angle junctions, many people think that the only solution is the creation of two diagonal cuts at 45 degrees, but it is not true. Creating a precise and well aligned edge is really hard and, if you do it by yourself, you often end up getting an irregular and unaesthetic result. A solution is to apply profiles specifically created for corners in order to edge them and protect them, thus avoiding the matter of leaving the fragile cut at 45 degrees. So, if you’re wondering how to avoid the cut at 45 degrees, Profilpas has the answer: Protrim and Proangle lines offer a wide range of profiles that are an aesthetically better alternative than the uncovered edges.

How to avoid the cut at 45 degrees: Cerfix Protrim and Proangle profiles

Protrim is a profile designed for the external corners of tiled coverings, with a rounded shape that serves as a symmetrical and safety finish. It is also suitable for edging applications and protection of floors, stairs and platforms.
It is also available in stainless steel versions that have excellent resistance to corrosion and chemicals – recommended for food, health or external spaces – and with plastic PVC inserts which absorb micro-movements: ideal for bathrooms coatings.

How to avoid the cut at 45 degrees

Cerfix Protrim

A second alternative that we offer in order to avoid the cut at 45 degrees is given by Proangle profiles, which have a triangular shape and are, therefore, the best solution if you want a right, and not rounded, angle. Proangle profiles are recommended as a decorative and edging element for external corners of tiled coverings; their stainless steel version with reduced base is suitable for the finishing of the internal corners.

The best solution is given by Proangle Q in particular, a line of universal profiles specifically designed for the edging and the protection of the external corners of tiled coverings. Its square shape clearly defines the laying of coverings, thus avoiding the unsightly and fragile cut at 45 degrees. This solutions is also particularly suitable for the edging and the protection of floors and steps in different materials: parquet, stone and resins and it can also be used as finishing of worktops and platforms.

How to avoid the cut at 45 degrees

Cerfix Proangle Q

Both Protrim profiles and Proangle ones are available in different materials, colors and finishes. They can also be used for refined combinations or contrasts and are also available with a certified antibacterial coating which ensures an optimal hygienic level over time.

Therefore, if you are looking for ideas on how to avoid the cut at 45 degrees, now you know that Profilpas has the answer thanks to two types of profiles that combine both design and functionality with a single solution and that solve the problem of fragile and unsightly edges by protecting and closing them.

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