£6.00 – £9.50 inc. VAT
Internal corner trims are perfect for helping to finish and seal the corners or your bathroom or shower when installing your wall panels.
- 10mm, 8mm & 5mm sizes
- 2700mm & 4000mm length options
- Available in matte & silver chrome effect finish
- Easily cut to custom sizes
- Universal trim great for many projects
- Suitable for interior walls, bathrooms and shower areas
- Helps form a waterproof barrier when sealed
Quick & Easy Install
Class 1 Fire Rated
Providing a perfect finish to your project, quadrant trims are ideal, especially in wet wall areas. Giving extra peace of mind when forming your waterproof seal it also provides coverage of unsightly cuts or mistakes made when cutting your panels if your walls run out.
Quadrant trims are suitable for all sizes of cladding.
External corner trims are available in the standard colour of white but also a silver chrome effect to match most bathroom fixtures and fittings.
Frequently Asked Questions
Below we have answered some helpful questions often asked about quadrant trims.
What is a quadrant trim?
Sitting on the 90-degree internal corner of your room a quadrant trim fits directly onto the surface of your panels.
What are the benefits of using an quadrant trim?
Fitting wall panels with awkward shaped walls can be troublesome. Using a quadrant trim gives tolerance to the cuts of your wall panel and helps provide a professional consistent finish while concealing all signs of silicone sealant.
They also help provide a watertight finish in wet wall areas by sealing your internal corner with silicone sealant and applying the quadrant trim on top. Resulting in a waterproof and decorative finish to your internal corner.
Another advantage of using a quadrant trim is that it relinquishes the need to cut each panel perfectly when meeting an internal edge. This allows you a bit more freedom when it comes to cutting and shaping your panel for quadrant use as it does not have to be perfect.
How many quadrant trims do I need?
It all depends on how many internal corners you have in your room.
Any angle where two cladding panels will be meeting edge to edge will need to be covered by trim.
For a bathroom wet wall only you will likely need 2x quadrant trims for each side of the bath.
For a shower if it is 2x walls only you will need 1x quadrant trim. If your shower has 3x walls you will need 2x quadrant trims
What size quadrant trim do I need?
Quadrant trims are suitable for all cladding types and sizes.
Most trim types feature slots where the cladding slots into but the quadrant trim fits directly to the cladding surface instead.
Why are there 2 lengths of quadrant trim?
Quadrant trims are commonly used to seal the joint between wall and ceiling panels.
To allow the quadrant trims to cover a wider variety of bathroom dimensions they are also available in a longer than standard length of 4000mm.
How do I know which size thickness of panel I have?
Below is a quick description of the panels to help you choose the correct size:
Specifically designed for 10mm thick panels, often referred to as shower wall panels the PROPANEL® XL and PROPANEL® LUUX panels are stronger 10mm thick panels. Quadrant trims are suitable for use with this type of cladding.
Standard decorative cladding tends to come in 8mm thickness. Quadrant trims are suitable for use with this type of cladding.
Thinner trade value cladding panels come in 5mm thickness. These are the thinnest and most cost-effective decorative panels available. Quadrant trims are suitable for use with this type of cladding.
What colour quadrant trims do you have available?
To match the variation of wall panels available we have the following trims variations available with their SKU numbers for reference:
Chrome quadrant trim
2700mm / 4000mm
PPTRQCH100 / PPTRQCH100M4
White quadrant trim
2700mm / 4000mm
PPTRQWH103 / PPTRQWH103M4
When requesting a specific trim over the phone quote the corresponding SKU code to the quadrant trim you require.
Do I need to use sealant with quadrant trims?
When using quadrant trims within a wet area, you will need to seal your internal corner with silicone sealant before applying the quadrant trim to the area.