For some time, there has been a need for a smaller, height-adjustable support for tile floors and decking. Now thanks to the team at Impertek, flooring installers have access to PrimeUp, the Pedestal line’s smallest and most innovative adjustable support yet. It measures just 10mm but thanks to its adjustment mechanism and the combination of 2 extensions, it can reach 25mm in height, obtaining a total range of 15mm.
PrimeUP consists of a base with a 150mm diameter featuring a tab fitted with the adjustment mechanism head. By holding the tab still and rotating the upper part, with the use of special teeth, one can adjust the height of the support between 10 and 15mm.
The upper part of PrimeUP is coupled to a headpiece, which can be selected from those in the extensive Impertek range for Mart series supports, with specially designed tabs for wooden decking composite or marble slabs, as well as large-format stone and ceramic tiles.
Below the support base, up to two extensions measuring 5mm each can be added, thus increasing the height to a total of 25 mm. In conjunction with the extensions, it is possible to use EasyFlat, the Impertek slope correctors, which correct slopes up to 10%.
Caption: The headpiece is equipped with a coupling to ensure constant adjustment even with part of the flooring already laid.
The PrimeUP models consist of three components:
- HEAD: With removable tile or decking tabs
- SCREW: Equipped with a height adjustment ring nut
The three different PrimeUP models are distinguished by the extension under the base. PU1 (code PUST1 in the version without headpiece) is provided without an extension and therefore has a range between 10 and 15 mm. PU2 (PUST2 without head) includes a removable 5mm extension and a range between 10 and 20mm. Finally, PU3 (code PUST3 without head) is provided with 2 extensions and has a range between 10 and 25mm.
For more information visit: www.impertek.com
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