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Anodized aluminum

Veneered aluminum

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Connecting strips

Our interiors have various functions. A common way to separate individual zones of the same room is to install different floors. It is best to consider such solutions already at the stage of building or renovating the house, in order to avoid level differences within one interior. It must be remembered that individual types of flooring not only have different thicknesses, but also different requirements for the substrate, its height and structure. The method of fixing the floor is also important here. For example, ceramic tiles or stone are glued to the substrate with an adhesive mortar, while parquet, mosaic or wooden boards are joined to the substrate with a very thin layer of glue.


It is relatively easy to combine natural stone with ceramic tiles. It is important that these coatings have similar properties and requirements to the substrate. Joining wood and tiles is much more difficult. It should be remembered that wood (e.g. traditional parquet, but also wooden panels, mosaics, etc.) are definitely more sensitive (than e.g. ceramic tiles) to air humidity and temperature. Because of the wood, it is necessary to remember about the expansion joint - necessary due to the changing dimensions of the wood.

An important place from the point of view of joining the floors is the boundary between the materials that have been used. In such a situation, aluminum or PVC connecting strips will be perfect. It is worth knowing in what style and what colors we want to decorate the room to choose the right type and color of the profiles. And there is a lot to choose from. We are a producer of anodized aluminum, veneered aluminum and PVC connecting strips.

Mounting methods

One of the most appreciated features of Effector connecting strips are the various forms of assembly. Especially popular are profiles mounted on self-adhesive tape, glue rollers, and with a socket for the "hidden assembly" system. It is also worth mentioning the silicone seals applied to the wings of the profiles, which prevent dirt from getting under the strip and increase the comfort of its use.

Dimensions of connecting strips

The connecting strips are available in standard lengths from 0.9 m and 0.93 m, 1.8 m to 2.7 m. 1.2 m and 3.6 m long profiles are made to order. 

Available colors

Anodized aluminum profiles are available in the following colors: gold, silver, champagne, brown, olive, black, as well as smooth and brushed inox and sand-blasted gold (offer on request). A wide range of connecting strips is available in anodized aluminum and veneered PVC, which beautifully resembles the grain and color of wood. Thanks to this, you can choose veneered profiles in the colors of wood from light and natural species, such as pine, white pine, maple, various shades of beech or oak, to dark brown shades of wenge, ebony or chestnut.