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 designers. A certified construction specifier should be consulted to ensure project specifications are compliant with local, regional, and national building codes and ordinances.
The FabriTec Structures CSI Division 13 Section 133100 PVC specifications are available upon request using the form included on this page.
PVC, or polyvinyl chloride, is available as a woven or non-woven material, and has been a staple in the fabric membrane roofing industry since the early 1960s.
PVC membrane is a cost-effective alternative to traditional roofing systems and can be produced in a multitude of colors to coordinate with individual building project needs. When produced in bright white, this flexible fabric membrane reduces radiant heat gain, keeping interior temperatures cooler during warmer weather conditions.
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