Schluter-RENO-T is designed to provide transitions between existing same-height, hard-surface floor coverings (e.g., ceramic tile or natural stone, parquet flooring, concrete pavers, laminate, etc.), primarily in retrofit applications.
The profile is available in stainless steel, solid brass, and anodized aluminum. RENO-T is installed within the existing joint cavity and overlaps adjoining surface materials, thus preventing edges from becoming damaged when subjected to mechanical stress.
RENO-T, in brass and anodized aluminum size 9/14, is flexible in the lateral direction and can be used in curved applications.
SCHLUTER-RENO – SATIN ALUM. REDUCER is designed to protect tile edges and provide a smooth transition between tile coverings and floor coverings at lower elevations by abutting both surfaces.
- Prevents tile edges from chipping
- Creates smooth transitions to eliminate trip hazards
- Ideal for transitions from tile coverings to finished concrete
- Certain sizes are ADA-compliant
- Available in stainless steel, solid brass, and anodized aluminum
SCHLUTER-RENO – SATIN ALUM. REDUCER is designed to provide a smooth transition between tile coverings and floor coverings at lower elevations or finished concrete. The profile is available in stainless steel, solid brass and anodized aluminum. RENO features a trapezoid-perforated anchoring leg, which is secured in the mortar bond coat beneath the tile, and a sloped surface (approximately 25°) that eliminates trip hazards and protects tile edges. The leading edge of the profile abuts the lower surface covering, typically VCT. RENO, in aluminum, features an integrated joint spacer that establishes a defined joint cavity between the tile and the profile. In installations where the leading edge abuts a lower surface covering, all sizes of RENO, except the 3/4″ (20 mm) and 11/16″ (17.5 mm), are compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). In installations where the leading edge rests on top of the lower floor covering (e.g., finished concrete), the 3/4″ (20 mm), 11/16″ (17.5 mm), and 9/16″ (15 mm) sizes are not ADA-compliant.