Vertical Joint Profile
A Vertical Joint Profile is a type of cladding material used to create a neat and finished appearance to the vertical joints between cladding panels, such as ceramic or stone. It is typically made of aluminium or stainless-steel material and is shaped like a flat bar when viewed in cross-section.
The Vertical Joint Profile is installed by being attached to the profiles using screws or adhesive. Once installed, it creates a straight and level edge along the vertical joints between cladding units. This helps to create a uniform and finished appearance to the facade, as well as providing protection to the vertical joints from water penetration, dust, and other debris.
In addition to its protective and aesthetic functions, the Vertical Joint Profile can also help to facilitate the application of mortar or other finishing materials. The profile provides a straight and level surface for the mortar or other material to be applied, which can help to ensure a smooth and even finish.
Vertical Joint Profiles are available in a range of sizes and materials to suit different types of cladding materials and applications. The choice of material and size will depend on factors such as the level of durability required, the type of finish desired, and the specific application for which the profile is being used.