Curve Corners for Drywall
December 7, 2010
Fulcrum Composites Inc announces the launch of a range of curved corners for use with drywall. The corners bridge the gap between the very tight radii, achievable with trim products and the minimum curvature that can be created by bending conventional drywall. Initial products include 90 degree curves for internal and external corners and 180 degree bullnose corners for finishing end walls or half walls. Installation uses the same techniques as conventional drywall including depth set screws and existing taping and mudding techniques. Curve Corners are extremely lightweight and durable. They are available in 8-foot and 10-foot lengths, ½-inch and 5/8-inch thickness and dimensions to match both two-by-four stud walls and steel framing. They can be specified with or without tapered edges. Additional shapes will be added as demand dictates. Fulcrum Composites Inc was a technology based spin-off from the Dow Chemical Company in 2004. They specialize in development and manufacturing of unconventional products. For more information, visit www.fulcrumcomposites.com.