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Monthly Archives: October 2013

Free Webinar Scheduled for October 31st

Webinar Title: Achieving Sustainable Design with Polycarbonate Standing Seam This free on-line education course provides an overall  understanding of multiwall polycarbonate. Course is specific to standing seam  product. New advancements in the technology allow for almost limitless design  options. Size, color … Continue reading

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What is a Purlin?

A purlin is a horizontal structural member often made from wood or steel that directly supports the roofing material. Purlins transfer the roof load to the main roof structure such as trusses, load bearing walls, or large rafters. Purlins run … Continue reading

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Basalt Middle School

“Daylighting with 50mm LEXAN™ THERMOCLICK” Part of the Roaring Fork School District, Basalt Middle School was built fifteen years ago in the quaint mountain town of Basalt, CO. The school recently underwent a major renovation, including a new roof and … Continue reading

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“Focused on Delivering Great Customer Service”

Employee Spotlight: “Jennifyr Hewitt” For the past six years, Jen Hewitt has played an important role in the AmeriLux International growth story. As an essential member of AmeriLux’s Customer Relations Team, Jen manages and services key customers’ accounts. With an … Continue reading

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Free Webinar Scheduled for October 9th

Webinar Title: Vertical Translucent Glazing Multiwall Polycarbonate Systems This free on-line education course provides an introduction to multiwall polycarbonate and its features. The primary focus is the use of tongue and groove polycarbonate as a vertical daylighting system. An overview of … Continue reading

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Frequently Asked Polycarbonate Question

Q: How are polycarbonate panels protected during shipping? A: A custom wooden crate is built for each order. A crate can hold up to 2,000 pounds of product. _____________________________________________________________

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