High Rise Facilities Magazine Publishes Story on Bendheim Glass Rainscreen Systems

We are pleased to announce that High Rise Facilities magazine’s September 2015 issue features Bendheim Wall Systems’ educational article on glass rainscreen applications for high-rise buildings.

The expert article, titled “Protect Your High-Rise from the Elements with Glass Rainscreens,” discusses the elemental forces that damage buildings and how glass rainscreen systems provide protection from wind, rain, and moisture damage.It was authored by Bendheim Wall Systems’ Director of Technical Design – Said Elieh – and outlines how glass rainscreens are an ideal solution for building facade protection and improvement, particularly in high-rise buildings. It demonstrates the functional and design benefits of over-cladding systems for new and retrofit buildings alike.
 
To access the complete, authorized PDF reprint of the article, please follow this link: High Rise Facilities Magazine: Protect Your High-Rise from the Elements with Glass Rainscreens.

For more information on the rainscreen principle, systems, and benefits, visit www.rainscreeninfo.com.

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