ROOFSCREEN

Equipment screens don’t always have to be straight and blend with the building. Sometimes making the screen stand out as an architectural feature makes sense. In this example, the face of the roof screen was curved to form and ellipse and the panel color contrasted nicely with the rest of the building. Surprisingly, this type of radius screen can be simple and economical to do. Give us a call and let us help you design your next equipment screen project! We have a track record you can trust. Let's put some numbers to that. How about 65,000? That's the number of roof attachments we've put in service across the US since 2002, and we've never had a failure.

SYSTEM
A full line of framing systems designed for mounting louvered screens on commercial roofs.

 
DOCUMENTATION

 3-Part Specifications

 CAD Details

 Brochure

 Product Datasheet

 Color Chart

 Project References



PROPERTIES
Weather-resistant and UV-resistant; the flexible substructure offsets any unevenness in the substrate

ATTACHMENT
[if gte mso 9]> Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Exposed anodized attachment to thermally-broken aluminum sub-framing system.


FINISHES / COLORS
Comes in a range of solid and woodgrain finishes. Custom colors available. Solid and perforated.

SIZES
Built to suit specific projects.

TESTING
NFPA 285, CAN/ULC S134, ASTM E330, E330

REFERENCES
http://www.roofscreen.com/portfolio/photo-gallery.php