Reynolds, Stephen
December 2014
Construction Canada;Dec2014, Vol. 56 Issue 8, p54
Trade Publication
The article presents information on corner beads used for making abuse-resistant walls in buildings. Abuse-resistant materials helps reduce the number of bruises on interior walls in buildings such as schools, hospitals, and hotels. Different types of corner beads are discussed in the article, including metal corner beads, paper-faced metal corner beads, and paper-faced co-polymer corner beads, along with their advantages and disadvantages.


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