BeadMaster Extends Range With New Sizes

Manufacturer of game-changing housebuilder products, BeadMaster, has extended its offering with two new products – Circle 62 and Circle 86.

BeadMaster’s cover plates deliver a perfect finish around sockets, switches, downlights and sprinklers as it is stapled to the plasterboard, enabling plasterers to skim over holes quickly and easily. The centre is then removed with a hooked blade, revealing smooth, reinforced edges.

Part of the innovative new range, the Circle 62 offers a practical solution for bespoke projects that require smaller downlight and sprinkler holes, as it can be used on holes from 49-62mm. The second new size, the Circle 86, provides a secure cover plate for much larger holes, between 72-86mm.

The complete range, which includes the original Circle 72, allows all holes between 49-86mm to be covered with BeadMaster’s cover plates.

Anthony Chadley, Managing Director at BeadMaster, said, “We are thrilled to extend our range with two new product sizes as it will enable both new and existing customers to use more of our products on-site, saving additional time and money.

“We are confident that the industry will welcome the new size offerings, especially as we’ve already received interest from customers using our Circle 72 cover plates. We hope our new products are just as popular as our original offering and look forward to receiving feedback.”

Circle 62 and Circle 86 are available now at distributors across the UK and Ireland.

For more information on BeadMaster’s new products, visit

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