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Tile Leveling System DL-E, DL-A. DL-C - Tile Leveling Clips

Tileveling Tile Leveling Systems

When you install tiles, you always look for the perfect way to level them. Here is why you should use a tile leveling system?

Tile leveling systems are a widespread on-site tool and equipment designed for tile leveling and preventing tile lippage during tile installation, especially when dealing with large format tiles. They are also known as tile straightening systems or automatic tile nailing guns. The tools are composed of two primary components: a trip hammer similar to the one used in blacksmithing and automatic nail drivers for each type of tile. They are technically used between the tiles themselves and into the tile bed. Tile leveling systems consist of thin interlocking strips called levels. It is designed to wedge between the tiles to give a uniform height across multiple tile installations.

Tile Lippage

Lippage is a condition when tiles are uneven, causing an unprofessional appearance and grout lines. When workers install tile, there is always a risk of creating lippage. It can be complicated to fix if left alone, resulting in an ugly surface and aggravation for the homeowner. Luckily, leveling systems have been created to aid in preventing lippage and tile surface imperfections either with the wall or floor tiles. The system elements work together to control the movement of tiles when the compound is setting in and improve the surface’s flatness. The tile strips guarantee rapid leveling. Due to their reduced thickness, the strips can reduce warpage to 1/16 in., the allowable lippage for grout joints. That is why the contractors have to choose the right tile leveling system, tile leveling spacers, and tile leveling system clips to space tile effectively and without falling off when installing wall tiles or any floor tile.

Tileveling Tile Leveling System Clips DL-E, DL-A. DL-C

The Tile Leveling System DL-E, DL-A. DL-C is one of the best tile leveling systems with many benefits for any tile material: concrete, ceramic, porcelain, or unglazed tiles. The system has tile spacers, wedge systems, tile setters, cross spacers, tile caps, and tile clips. They are quick and easy to remove because they are considerably more significant than the small plastic pieces, which is another crucial time saver. Although the wedges can be installed by hand and pliers aren’t necessary, less experienced users may prefer to use pliers. They also apply the correct pressure to the leveling wedge-clip assembly into the tile adhesive and reduce hand fatigue when laying tile in a large area.

In this tile leveling clips system, the ⅛-inch clips are the most common size, but separate spacers can be cheaper than buying different clips for a more significant gap and a thicker grout line. The gap in the clip for wedge insertion defines the maximum tile thickness that workers can accommodate, and sizes are often stated in metric units. Usually, these are between 3 millimeters (about ⅛ inch) and 12 millimeters (about ½ inch). For more info about that, check out our guide on how to level the floor for tiling?

Tileveling is a leading manufacturer of the best tile leveling system in the market. Our products prevent tile lippage, provide a uniform grout joint, perfect level surface, eliminate settling, and provide one tile and consistent finish, and are ideal for any tiling project.