Easily fix to the straight steel frame.

Steel structures remain straight and true so fixing into walls, ceilings, trusses and floors can be done with ease.

Timber trim that may need to be fixed through the linings into a steel frame can be readily secured with countersunk head extended point self-drilling screws, 50mm long for timber up to 23 mm thick and 65mm long for timber 23 to 30 mm thick.

With some framing systems the fix-out skirtings, architraves and internal door frames can be secured by nailing.

Manufacturers’ recommendations for appropriate nail sizing and procedures should be followed at all times.