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ConnectStone C+ Connector - Weasyfix


Reference : connectstonec+

This 120mm side connector should be attached to the C-profile. It allows you to wide adjust the positioning of the tile in several ways, ensuring an easy installation. The ConnectStone C+ is equipped with a lateral stopper that is placed on the periphery of the terrace, preventing the tile from sliding laterally after installation. It also serves as a support for the vertical finishing with sheet metal. More details

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The ConnectStone C+ connector is a support for tiles, to be fixed on C-profiles. This magnelis steel plate with a central hole allows fyou to make a lot of different adjustments to the position of the tile for ease of installation. Equipped with a lateral stopper, the ConnectStone C+ is designed to be used on the periphery of the terrace, allowing for lateral support of the tiles. The ConnectStone C+ also serves as a support for lateral cladding. The connector comes with a M16 fixing system and all the accessories (except for 4 fixing screws for the post). This connector is suitable for the installation of grating and porcelain stoneware tiles.

Compatible with:

  • To be used with the C-profile
  • To be fixed with FIX C20
  • To be used with StoneClip 2mm and 5mm.

Advantages of the ConnectStone C+ connector:

  • Provides ease of installation
  • Lateral support for tiles located on the periphery of the terrace
  • Serves as a support for lateral cladding
  • Suitable for porcelain stoneware and duckboard tiles.

Data sheet

Model : connectstonec+

ConnectStone C+ Connector - Weasyfix

Width120 mm
LoadMaximum supported weight of 500 kg
Thickness3 mm
Length120 mm
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