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Understanding Engineered Rainscreens

When considering the numerous cladding materials on the market, it is important to keep in mind there are really only two types: those that absorb moisture and those that do not. Absorptive claddings include wood, fibre cement, adhered veneers, brick, and stucco; the non-absorptive category encompasses metal, glass, and vinyl.
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Embracing aluminum and metal composite materials

Making a bold statement or letting form follow function? Whatever your design intent, virtually anything is possible with lightweight, flat, adaptable ALPOLIC® aluminum and metal composite materials. For either interior or exterior applications, the cladding offers ease of fabrication into practically unlimited shapes and forms, while maintaining exceptional rigidity and stability.
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Opening the Door to Improved Access Control

Many architects and specifiers are well-versed with regard to American National Standards Institute (ANSI)/Builders Hardware Manufacturers Association (BHMA) standards for builders’ hardware used throughout North America. These standards typically pertain to commercial, institutional, and industrial facilities, covering everything from hinges to locks to power doors.
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