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PVCu render beads

Our market leading professional PVCu render and plaster beads are manufactured from 100% reground PVC, lightweight and easy to cut compared to traditional metal beads and have a 25 year guarantee against failure.

Render Beads

Our market leading professional PVCu render and plaster beads are manufactured from 100% reground PVC, lightweight and easy to cut compared to traditional metal beads and have a 25 year guarantee against failure.

Coloured Beads

ProBead offers the widest range of standard colours of through-colour PVCu render beads including: white, ivory, sunbeam, wheat, fawn, bamboo, cottage, candy, brick, African grey, primrose, willow, ocean, sage, peach and dove. In addition to the standard colours we are able to supply a wide custom colour palette to order. Under special circumstance we may be able to match specific RAL, BS or NCS colour references.

Expansion Beads

Our expansion / movement bead are used for external rendering and is designed to bridge two surfaces at a gap or joint that expands and contracts in line with the expansion and contraction of a construction preventing such movement from cracking any finish applied to the surfaces.

Plasterers Beads

A plasterers bead is a bead of shallow depth that is used to reinforce corners and edges when plastering.

Angle Bead

Also known as a corner bead, this provides a straight finish to the render at an external corner whether within a window or door reveal, or at the extremities of a building.  PVCu angle beads provide protection from impact and are shock resistant and reduce damage to the render, especially in high traffic areas.

Drip Bead

A drip bead is a bead with a sloping profile that assists the forming of concave bellcasts. Using a bellcast bead is a quick to apply process that gives uniformity and reinforcement to the bellcast

Corner Bead

A corner bead is bead placed on a corner to give a reinforced straight finish.

Render Stop Bead

A Stop bead is a bead used to form a strong clean edge during rendering and plastering. Generally used around window and door openings, but is also used architecturally to help to form features in render and plaster

Movement Bead

A movement bead is designed to bridge two surfaces at a gap or joint that expands and contracts in line with the expansion and contraction of a construction preventing such movement from cracking any finish applied to the surfaces.