Lord consists of only two components, base and head, produced in polypropylene with high quality moulding technology.
The bi-component head is made by alternating with polypropylene thermoplastic rubber inserts, to comfortably accommodate the ceramic and perform an anti-slip and anti-noise function.
Lord’s head is equipped with the three pre-cut polypropylene tabs system for easy removal.
Depending on the thickness of the joint to be made, the tabs of a higher thickness are removed in a simple and quick way, without using tools. If you want to create 4 mm joints, the support is ready for use.
The exclusive system of triple tabs therefore makes it possible to meet all the laying requirements with a single type of head, without variables linked to the width of the joint. This makes it possible to optimise warehouse stocks and supply phases.
Lord’s base is made of TPE thermoplastic rubber, an exclusive polypropylene rich in elastenes, able to offer both properties of high resistance to heat and temperature changes, and a high resistance to trampling stress and continuous load (CL), with perfect adaptability to all types of foundations.
The Lord support is resistant, insensitive to the temperatures and effects of ageing, able to support important weights and at the same time it is an incomparable solution for restructuring interventions and in cases where it is essential to raise flooring with very low heights.
To increase the thickness of the Lord’s head by 8 mm, it is sufficient to overlap one or more bases, with a rotation angle of 45° in order to allow the joint between the elements. It is recommended to overlap up to a maximum of 3 bases, for higher heights it is recommended to use the Junior J2 or Queen Q1 supports.
In the absence of bases it is possible to overlap two heads, to reach a thickness of 16 mm.
If it is necessary to compensate for slopes or irregularities in the laying surface, the exclusive Lucky tools in TPE, with the original 4-leaf clover shape, are used: the 2 pairs of petals of 1.5 and 2.5mm respectively, which can be added together and used either above the head and under the base of the supports depending on the case: