Curtain Wall System Earns Product Approval Thanks to AFC

Curtain Wall System Earns Product Approval Thanks to AFC
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Date: 27 August 2019

Al-Farooq Corporation has successfully obtained Florida approval for the Series 2000 Aluminum Stick Curtain Wall System, which recently underwent additional testing.

The system was created by Miami-based manufacturer Mr. Glass Doors and Windows, which specializes in designing and producing long-lasting, high-performance windows and doors for residential and commercial applications.

The updated curtain wall system is designed for low-rise and mid-rise commercial South Florida buildings. The new system has been optimized for this area of the South Florida market and complies with the 2017 Florida Building Code, including High-Velocity Hurricane Zone.

For more information on the newly approved product, visit

600450 Curtain Wall System Earns Product Approval Thanks to AFC

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