Table of Contents November 2010

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    How It's Made: Architectural Mesh

    Cambridge Architectural, Cambridge, Mass., manufactures its metal mesh in these steps.

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    Capital Safety DBI-SALA 50-Foot Sealed-Blok Lifeline

    The new DBI-SALA 50-Foot Sealed-Blok Self-Retracting Lifeline from Capital Safety features a 420-pound weight capacity, FAST-Line field replaceable lifeline and dual-mode rescue capability.

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    Solatube International Metal Roof Flashing

    Solatube International Inc.’s new Metal Roof Flashing features a round-edge, leak-proof design that reduces the exposed surface area by 50 percent compared to traditional flashings.


    McNichols Aura

    McNichols’ Aura stainless steel wire mesh was used as guardrail infill panels in the pedestrian connector system in the atrium at Yale University’s Rosenkranz Hall.

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    GKD Sambesi

    Oslo’s mountain, Holmenkollen, boasts a ski jump clad with stainless steel woven metal mesh.

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    Cascade Coil

    The Impulse nightclub features a translucent backdrop of Aurora Borealis from Cascade Coil Drapery.

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    Chicago Metallic MetalScapes

    Chicago Metallic Corp. has introduced MetalScapes Wire Metal Mesh ceiling panels.

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    Outwater Stainless Steel Woven Wire Cloth

    Outwater Plastics Industries + Architectural Products by Outwater has introduced stainless steel woven wire cloth.

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    Simpson Strong-Tie Quik Drive PROPP 150

    Simpson Strong-Tie’s Quik Drive PROPP150 auto-feed screw driving system uses collated screw strips to eliminate fastener waste and provide a strong connection.

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    Knight Wall Systems CI-Girt

    Knight Wall Systems Inc. has launched the CI-Girt, a rainscreen system that accommodates continuous rigid insulation on the exterior to increase a structure’s energy efficiency.

  • OMG Height Adjustable Strut Model PipeGuard

    OMG has introduced the Height Adjustable Strut Model PipeGuard for applications requiring support for multiple small pipes in one location.