A flat, extended metal strip called Strip Lath is used as plaster reinforcement over solid base joints and where different base types combine. It is adaptable to be used across a variety of surfaces.
Frequently affixed diagonally at the corners of windows, doors, or other vulnerable places. Additionally, it can be utilized to reinforce stress spots like the corners of gaps in the wall inside the lath system or span pipe chases. When applying fireproofing, strip lath is a great mechanical break for painted steel.
Strip lath offers pre-cut widths that are simple to install and satisfy the needs for mechanical breaks on painted steel in spray-fireproofing systems.