Unlike comparable products, the Primo Universal plaster cover is convex to minimise the thickness of the applied plaster on the box. Combined with the Signal pin in the signal colour red, the Flush mounting box is quickly found.
For clean contours without plaster breakouts, the stable signal cover is pressed in and automatically pops outwards again. Now the cover can be conveniently removed by hand or with the help of the centring hole with a 68 mm holesaw. Due to the standardised size of the flush mounting cover, it is easily attached to all common boxes. The red plaster cover can also be used without any problems when the building site cools down below freezing.
THE PRIMO SIGNAL COVER
The Primo Universal plaster cover is convex. This prevents too thick a plaster coating on the box.
The Signal pins combined with the convex cover reach a height of 2.5 cm. The red Signal pins can therefore be found quickly even with a thick plaster layer.
The standardised shape makes the plaster cover a reusable helper that fits all standard Flush mounting boxes. The lateral tabs also protect the screw bosses.
The cover can be pressed inwards by hand after plastering. It pops out again, is free from plaster and there are clean contours without plaster breaking off.
Due to the stable design, the cover can be used several times.
Place the drill with an 82 mm holesaw in the centring hole and mill out the box.
PLASTER COVER MOUNTED PERFECTLY
AND QUICKLY IN A FEW STEPS
After plastering, the plaster cover stands proud.
Tap lightly on the plaster cover with the hammer.
Finally, remove the plaster cover with a screwdriver.
Mill around the plaster cover with a 68 mm holesaw.
A clean contour without breakages is created.
25 sec. = 5 boxes
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