M. T Mold
M. T Mold
T Molds are standard extruded aluminum alloy 6063 T5 and are .050 thick. T Molds come in 10' lengths and shall have a standard Clear Anodized finish. Mill and Alodine finishes as well as other factory finishes and custom paint orders are available. Click on the Finishes link in the left margin for details. This product can also be punched to create ventilation. Click on the Ventilation link in the left margin for details.
Install all T Molds using full ten-foot lengths wherever possible. Attach T Molds to the framing with nails, screws, or other approved fastening methods. All T Molds must be cut accurately and installed with tight, neat joints. All nailing flanges must be covered with lath and all butt joints must be sealed. Manufacturer recommends that a carbide tip blade along with lubricant be used when cutting any aluminum trims.
This product is also known in the industry as a TRM and TDM.
Channel Alignment Splices
Flannery is the first manufacturer to offer splices for T Molds. Various sizes of Flannery’s T Molds are now available with Alignment Splices. Alignment Splices are suitable for butt joints, corners, and radius work.
T Mold with Vented Slots. Click Here
Intersections & Corners
Radius Shapes- T Mold Radius Form.pdf
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