velo aluminum skirting board

velo

aluminum skirting board

Velo aluminium skirting board provides skirting solutions especially for wet areas like bathrooms and kitchens. It takes up less space and offers ease of installation. It provides leak proofing as well as aesthetics by covering the wall-floor joint defects especially on wet areas. It can be used in oval wall applications as it is suitable for bending. It is extremely durable and long-lasting since it is produced from high quality raw material and has thick walls. Unlike its competitors, it stands out with its coating thickness and quality of anodizing, and with its pretreatment application that provides resistance to corrosion in electrostatic powder painting. Velo provides a flush appearance with the wall and does not cause any loss of space.


Velo aluminium skirting board can be easily installed by directly applying adhesive. Corners can be assembled by cutting the profile to 45 degrees. It is available in 2500mm length and 25, 50, 60, 80, 100mm heights.


Velo aluminium skirting board has matte anodized, bright anodized, satin chemical bright anodized and electrostatic powder painting options. While silver, yellow, inox, bronze and black anodized color coatings are available, it can also be painted to the desired RAL code with electrostatic powder painting.

Surfaces and Color Options

matte silver, anodized
matte silver, anodized (MEGMS)
white, semi-gloss, powder coated
white, semi-gloss, powder coated (R9016)
anthracite, semi-gloss, powder coated
anthracite, semi-gloss, powder coated (R7016)
black, semi-gloss, powder coated
black, semi-gloss, powder coated (R9005)

Warranty

Aluminum profile products are under warranty for 5 years from the date of delivery, except for the user errors listed below;

  • Damage caused by impact
  • Damage caused by scratching
  • Damage caused by abrasive substance or chemical cleaning agents contact
  • Damage caused by prolonged contact with water
  • Damage caused by exposure to intense temperature
  • Damage caused during assembly