STAMP Expended Mesh & Metal Products

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TMI is a privately owned company, established in 1997 in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates and located on approximately 850,000 square feet in the Industrial City of Abu Dhabi (ICAD).

Specializes in metal processing and manufacturing of Expanded Metal & Plastering Accessories, Roll Formed Profiles, Suspended Ceiling Systems, Cable Management Systems, Metal Doors & Frames, Industrial Shelving, Metal Cabinets, Gratings, Metal Ladders and specialized building material products. We are an ISO 9001, 14001 & 18001 Certified company. Our emphasis is on quality products catering to today’s competitive and demanding business environment. By introducing the latest, advanced technologies in our production lines, we ensure that our high production targets are achieved.

Furthermore, with deep knowledge within our manufacturing system capabilities, our products have achieved a very high quality standard in this industry. Having earned a reputation as a manufacturer and supplier of quality products, we fully recognize that constant improvement is a vital requirement for our continued success.

Expanded Metal is a mesh formed from a single piece sheet metal. That sheet of solid metal is slit and stretched with each stroke of a die which forms a raised diamond pattern. The pattern varies by gauge and type of material and the size of the diamond. The mesh can be pressure rolled at so that the strands are in the same plane as the sheet. Expanded Metal products are mainly used for reinforcement purposes and for plaster embracing. In addition, it gives better finishing and stronger edges, which help increase the life span of any building.

TMI has been supplying mesh and wire products since 1997. We have exported our products throughout the Gulf and the MENA (Middle East and North Africa) Regions, and are renowned for our service and quality. When you call TMI, you become our number one priority. Whether your requirements are large or small, our experienced staff members are committed to meeting your needs accurately and efficiently. Standard products are stocked and distributed from our ICAD based factory

TMI offers a complete service to its customers producing customized mesh built to order in small batch quantities or high volume

Metal Beads

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Render-Stop-Beads

Major purpose is to obtain a lower edge to external finishes and to protect stonework from water.

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Micro-Angle-Beads

Micro Angle Bead is designed for thin / single coat plaster and used at corners for protection.

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Control-Joint-Beads

Designed to deal with normal initial stucco shrinkage during the hydrating and curing stage of the portland cement stucco coats (generally exterior or gypsum plaster interior) and minor thermal expansion and contraction.

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Architrave-Beads

Mainly used for decorative purposes to give a channel gap or a shadow between different wall finishes (i.e., wall & ceiling or door & window reveals).

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Plaster-Stop-Beads

Plaster Stop Beads are used for the finishing and reinforcing of plaster edges. They provide a true straight line and protect the plaster where it is most vulnerable. They are available to suit various plaster depths.

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Architrave-Beads-without-Flange

Mainly used for decorative purposes to give a shadow between different wall finishes (i.e., wall & ceiling or door & window reveals).

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Architrave-Beads-Double-Sided-Mesh

Mainly used for decorative purposes to give a channel gap on wall finishes.

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Angle-Beads

Angle Beads help the formation of corners and abutments which are resistant to chips, cracks and impact damage. Protecting corners & edges and giving better shape are the main purposes.

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Micro-Plaster-Stop-Beads

Designed for thin / single coat plaster and used for the finishing and reinforcing of plaster edges.

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Movement-Beads

Joining two plaster beads using PVC allows movement between surfaces resulting from differential expansion, gaps or opening out.

Installation Method

Using galvanized or stainless steel nails (compatible with bead material), fixed at a maximum of 600mm apart. When nailing to a solid background, the line of the bead will follow the line of the background

When beads are used with metal lath backgrounds, galvanized or stainless steel may be used to secure the beads in position. Soft galvanized wire or soft stainless steel wire should be used to match the bead and the lath materials. All wires should be twisted tightly and the ends bent away from the finished face of the coating

Pressing dabs of the same material as the undercoat onto bead. Dabs should be applied at a maximum of 600mm apart. This method will even out minor irregularities in the line of the background, although the line of the bead will tend to generally follow the line of the background

Plaster/Stucco Screeds

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J-Shaped-Back-Case

Its intended use is as a plaster or casing stop bead with stucco at the top of doors and windows. The extended ridge will provide a straight-edged stop for stucco.

Metal Lath

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Coil-Lath

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Corner Lath

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Expanded-Metal-Lath

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Strip-Lath

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Sheet-Lath

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Rib-Lath

Installation Method

Prepare the walls rough and fix expanded lath firmly by washers and nails at a distance at which it should be rigid. Washers & nails should be of the same material.

Prepare the line of electrical, sanitary or water supply and fill the gap fully with cement mortar. Prepare the surface rough and fix expanded lath firmly by washers & nails at a distance which it should be rigid. Washers & nails should be of the same material.

Use Lath of correct size to cover the full area. Avoid using lath in series or overlapping.

Heavy Rib

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Heavy Rib

Special lengths are available upon request. Weight in kg/m2 .

Heavy Duty Expanded Metal

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Heavy Duty Expanded Metal​

The knuckles and strands are set at a uniform angle to plane of sheet mesh. It allows free air circulation and distributes the load on the metal to the supporting frames. .

Block Work Reinforcement & Ties

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Block Work Expanded Mesh

Block Work Mesh is an anti-crack reinforcement mesh for non-structural use. Block Work reinforcement mesh should be used in every second course of a wall.

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Block Reinforcement - Ladder Type

All dimensions are in mm. Standard pitch 400mm. Different pitch available upon request.

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Block Reinforcement - Truss Type

All dimensions are in mm.

Lintel

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Steel Channel Lintel

Steel Channel Lintels provide open span support over door and window apertures providing light weight support and efficient load bearing for all types of block.

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Lintel Brackets

Special designs are available upon request.

Drywall Plaster Beads & Channels

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Drywall Plaster Angle Bead - Plain

Most commonly used over gypsum plaster board. Provides a neat straight corner.

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Drywall Plaster Angle Bead - Perforated

Most commonly used over gypsum plaster board. Provides a neat straight corner.

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Aluminium Extruded Channel

The Aluminium Extruded Channel is a versatile product, commonly used for groove making; a decorative purpose for plaster finishes. Powder coated material or special fire resistant paint coated material with resistance up to 120 minutes is available upon request.

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Main Channel

Main Channel is used for making grooves in plaster finishes for decorative purposes. Standard Thickness: 0.5mm to 1.5mm

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W-Angle (Plain)

Fabricate W Shaped Angle with custom made dimensions. Thickness: 1.0, 1.5, 2.0, 2.5 & 3.0mm. Material: Galvanized Steel, Stainless Steel, Aluminium Finish: Powder Coated, upon request.

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Pullout Box-Hole

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Pullout Box-Mesh

Technical Specifications

Block-Ties

Manufactured

BS EN 845-1:2003 (formerly BS 1243)

Galvanized Steel

BS EN 10346:2009 (formerly BS EN 10142:1991) ASTM A653/A653M

Mild Steel

BS EN 10149-3:1996; BS EN 10268:2006 ASTM A1008 / A1008M

Hot Dip Galvanizing

BS EN ISO 1461:1999 (formerly BS 729) ASTM A123 / A123M, ASTM A153 / A153M

Stainless Steel

BS EN 10088-2:2005 (formerly BS 1449: Part 2:1983) in Grade 304, 316, 316L ASTM A240 / A240 M in Grade 304, 316, 316L

Metal Beads

Manufactured

BS EN 13658-1 & 2:2005 (formerly BS 6452:Part 1:1984) ASTM C1047

Galvanized Steel

BS EN 10346:2009 (formerly BS EN 10142:1991) coating type: Z180-275 ASTM A653/A653M

Stainless Steel

BS EN 10088-2:2005 (formerly BS 1449:Part 2:1983) in Grade 304, 316, 316L ASTM A240/A240M in Grade 304, 316, 316L
ASTM A666, in Grade 304, 316, 316L

Aluminium

ASTM B209/B209M

2 - WIRE

Manufactured

BS EN 845-1:2003 (formerly BS 1243)

Mild Steel Wire

BS 1052:1980, BS 4482:2005

Galvanized Steel Wire

BS EN 10244-2:2001 (formerly BS 443) ASTM A641 / A641M

Hot Dip Galvanizing

BS EN ISO 1461:1999 (formerly BS 729) ASTM A123 / A123M

Stainless Steel Wire

BS EN 10088-3:2005 (formerly BS 1554:1990) ASTM A580 / A580M Grade 304 & 316

Drywall Beads

Manufactured

BS EN 13568-1& 2:2005 (formerly BS 6452:Part 1:1984) ASTM C1047

Galvanized Steel

BS EN 10346:2009 (formerly BS EN 10142:1991) coating type: Z180-275 ASTM A653 / A653M

Stainless Steel

BS EN 10088-2:2005 (formerly BS 1449:Part 2:1983) in Grade 304, 316, 316L ASTM A240 / A240M in Grade 304

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