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RAIMONDI Levelling System Floor Traction Pliers

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  • A correct setting requires the perfect levelling of the tiles.
  • Very often it is hard to properly set flexible and low thickness tiles as well as big sized and heavy tiles because of the uneven floor foundation.
  • As a result, tiles which seemed perfectly levelled while installing them, once the adhesive set, they show differences in level that compromise the aesthetics.
  • This can be avoided thanks to the levelling spacers which preserve the perfect levelling of the tiles and, also, they speed up the setting.
  • So, the levelling spacers make the setting easy, fast and the tiles are perfectly levelled.
  • Clips are available in two different versions: for tiles from 3mm up to 12mm thickness; LARGE size clips for tiles from 12mm up to 20mm thickness.
  • The wedge works for both clip sizes and it is re-usable virtually forever.
  • Both the positioning and the removal of the levelling spacers are easy and quick.
HOW TO USE: How to set the support:
  1. After having spread the adhesive, insert the support underneath the tiles and along the 4 sides.
  2. According with tiles size, set one or more supports on every side of the tile.
  3. Set the tile and beat it with a rubber mallet.
How to insert the wedge:
  1. Insert the wedge in the support slot paying attention not to pass the breakpoint.
  2. To facilitate this operation, the use of the special traction-adjustable-pliers is recommended.
How to remove the support: Once the adhesive is set, the protruding part of the support, has to be removed by separating it from the base. This can be done thanks to the traction-adjustable-pliers, with a rubber mallet or even with feet. Beat parallel to the joint.


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