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Monthly Archives: May 2014

AIA Northeast Wisconsin Eat & Earn Program

AmeriLux | Daylighting with Aerogel-Filled Multiwall Polycarbonate Eat & Earn Program

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Available in June!

AmeriLux | The Industry’s MOST ADVANCED multiwall polycarbonate panels will soon be available. Offering the Industry’s ONLY 15-Year Warranty.

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Polycarbonate Term

AmeriLux | Solar transmission is the percentage of the directly transmitted heat that passes through glazing.

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Final Post of the Three Part Series: Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC)

Amerilux | Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) is a measurement of the heat energy that comes through a glazing product.

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PVC Panel Designed to Meet and Exceed Expectations

AmeriLux | TRUSSCORE™ PVC Interlocking Liner Panels offer a smooth, hygienic, abuse-resistant finish that is easy to clean and maintain.

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Frequently Asked Product Question:

AmeriLux | Use a razor knife or a circular saw with a fine tooth blade that has at least 10 teeth per inch.

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Committed to Educating the Industry and the Architectural Marketplace

AmeriLux | Tim Fikkert AIA is a licensed architect with 4+ years of design experience including a concentration in detailing and sustainability.

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Part Two of: “What do the Performance Values Mean?”

AmeriLux | Visible Light Transmittance (VLT) is the amount of visible light that transmits through a product.

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Farmer Studios II

AmeriLux | THERMOCLICK™ panels create a dynamic shade-screen element on the addition of this creative-class office campus located in Tempe, AZ.

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Part One of: “What do the Performance Values Mean?”

AmeriLux | U-Value is the overall heat transfer coefficient of a material.

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