AAMA 2605 The Highest Industry Standard For Cladding
Our substantially stronger, impact resistant extruded aluminum material standard on all our cladding components is about the thickness of a quarter. Roll-form aluminum, used by some window manufacturers for components, is almost as thin as a soda can. Besides the greater impact-resistance provided by extruded aluminum, the heavier substrate is able to host a thicker coating of paint. It starts with a multi-stage pre-treatment system - a process that tightly adheres the coats together. The finish significantly outdistances the finish on roll-form aluminum which, by AAMA standards is, with 80% at 0.9 mil, 25% less thick than the 80% at 1.2 mil required coating on extruded aluminum.
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