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Monthly Archives: August 2015

From Around the World: Polycarbonate Architecture and Design

AmeriLux | Polycarbonate façade filters daylight and aids in conserving heat while concealing technical equipment.

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DIY Tip of the Month

AmeriLux | Store polycarbonate panels in a cool, dry place out of the direct exposure to sunlight.

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What is a Polycarbonate Warranty?

AmeriLux | Polycarbonate warranties

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What is the meaning of Coefficient of Thermal Expansion?

AmeriLux | Every material has a different response to heat, which is characterized by its thermal expansion coefficient (CTE).

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Polycarbonate Hobby Greenhouse

AmeriLux | The W606 Walk-In Hobby Greenhouse is designed for the home hobbyist.

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Frequently Asked Polycarbonate Question

AmeriLux | Polycarbonate panels expand and contract due to temperature changes. Fastener holes must be oversized to allow for thermal movement.

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Museum Exhibit: Breaking Grounds

UWM School of Architecture and Urban Planning features polycarbonate panels in their temporary installation at the Haggerty Art Museum.

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