Step 1: Choose your tile levelling clip type & joint spacing
Both our tile levelling systems, including the Proleveling and Leveltec systems, comprise of just three elements;
a tile levelling clip that is available in straight, tee or cross,
a reusable cap which fits all clip types, and
a clip remover which attaches to your drill to quickly remove spent clips from the reusable cap (Proleveling only).
All clip types double as tile spacers and are available in 1, 2, 3 or 5mm wide notches.
The clip type you select depends on how you would like to lay your tiles. For example, if you are laying tile in a brick bond pattern, you would select a tee clip type, or if you are laying tile in a traditional stack bond pattern, you would select a cross clip type.
The straight clips are perfect for use against walls where you cannot fit a cross or tee clip, or used in conjunction with cross or tee clips for laying large format tiles to ensure there are adequate tile levelling clips to cater for the larger size of tile you are laying.
Step 2: Place tile levelling clip under prepped tile, install cap over clip to level and space tile
Prepare your tile and substrate as normal and place the tile levelling clip under the laid tile. Our tile levelling system clips have cutouts strategically placed on the base to allow for adhesive to push through the base and reach the tile. Once the tile levelling clip is placed under the tile, install the cap over the tile onto the clips threaded stem and adjust the cap as desired.
Step 3: Once adhesive has dried, remove all tile levelling clips and caps from tiles
Our tile levelling systems feature unique breakage points that release by kicking or tapping the cap in the direction of the joint.
Step 4: Remove spent tile levelling clips from caps, ready for their re-use
Once clips and caps have been removed from the tiles, attach the red clip remover to your drill to easily remove spent tile levelling clips from caps, ready for their re-use.
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