PFEIFER Structures provides construction specifications in the CSI MasterFormat 2004 standard for lightweight structures using PTFE, PVC, and ETFE materials. These specifications are intended for use as a general guideline for architects and designers. A certified construction specifier should be consulted to ensure project specifications are compliant with local, regional, and national building codes and ordinances.
The PFEIFER Structures CSI Division 13 Section 133100 ETFE specifications are available upon request using the form included on this page.
ETFE, or Ethylene tetrafluoroethylene, is an exciting addition to the selection of membrane materials PFEIFER Structures offers. It is a highly transparent extruded film applied either as a single layer membrane or as a multilayer pneumatically inflated cushion. The material has good UV stability, as well as chemical and heat resistance. At just 1% the weight of glass the material is revolutionizing the construction industry – allowing us to create structures previously unimaginable.
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