Multi-Purpose Reducer for Laminate – Product and Installation – Updated Profile

This article is for an updated reducer profile that supersedes a previous part. This article applies to reducers with model numbers that end with an “R” suffix. To see the previous article for the reducers with model numbers that do NOT end in”R”, follow this link.

Used to fill the gap between two floors of unequal height, or to transition to carpet.

Product Features

  • Used to cover the gap between the floor and the wall.
  • Surface material: Wear resistant laminate
  • Core material: Moisture resistant MDF

Materials and Tools:

  • T-mold (includes track and screws)
  • Pencil
  • Tape measure
  • Saw
  • Drill and drill bit
  • Screwdriver

Installation Procedures

Fasten the Multi-Purpose Reducer to the subfloor. Do NOT fasten it to the floorcovering.

Step 1: Install the flooring leaving a 1-1/8” gap between the two floors for the reducer installation.

Step 2: Measure and trim to fit.

Step 3: Center the track between the flooring with 1/4” spacing between the track and floor plank and screw to the subfloor using included screws.

Step 4: Starting at one end, press the molding into the track inching along the length of the molding. It will NOT snap in all at once. You may also use a rubber mallet.

Product Dimensions

Length: 94″ (238.76 cm)

For 8 mm floors
For 10 mm and 12 mm floors

Updated on June 16, 2022

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