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Product Showcase (August 01, 2003)

August 1, 2003
by Canadian Architect

Composite Floor System

Hambro composite floor system is an up-to-date answer to floor construction challenges. Combining Hambro steel joists with poured concrete, the system actually consists of hybrid concrete/ steel T-beams running in one direction and integrated continuous slab in the other. The bottom chord acts as a tension member in the concreting stage and during the service life of the floor. The web system tying top and bottom chords together consists of bend rods and resists vertical shear in a conventional truss manner. From Canam Systems a division of Canam Manac Group.

ASPHALT ROOFING MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION (ARMA) eNEWSLETTER

Register today for the July-August-September 2003 edition of the Asphalt Roofing Manufacturers Association’s (ARMA) quarterly eNewsletter! Featured in this edition is ARMA’s new and improved website, designed to provide the latest information, press releases and photographs on the asphalt roofing industry, including a full list of manufacturers, the hottest products, colours and styles, as well as specific information for architects, builders, contractors and homeowners — making it your number one resource for asphalt roofing. Visit www.asphaltroofing.org today. And while you’re there, sign up to receive ARMA’s free new roofing brochures.

Lyptus High-Grade, Hardwood Flooring Brochure Now Available

Weyerhaeuser Building Materials is offering its Lyptus high-grade hardwood flooring brochure to consumers, architects and builders interested in installing this high-grade (comparable to Mahogany and Cherry), extremely durable and ecologically-friendly hardwood flooring. Flooring is available pre or un-finished. The tri-fold brochure offers full-color raw material and end-use application photos, plantation growth and processing information, and details on sustainable forest management. To learn more about Lyptus or to receive a free brochure, call Weyerhaeuser Building Materials at 877-235-6873 or visit their Web site at www.weyerhaeuser.com/wbm

TGP introduces fire-rated curtainwall

The new Fireframes Curtainwall Series from Technical Glass Products is an interior or exterior framing system that gives architects the option of designing with large expanses of glass in locations that are fire-rated. The Curtainwall Series incorporates extruded steel frame components, pressure glazed with silicone gaskets. Custom exterior face caps offer a wide variety of appearances, including stainless steel.

For more information about the Curtainwall Series, visit www.fireglass.com




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