Press Release Summary:
American Architectural Manufacturers Association offers information regarding architectural windows, curtain walls, storefronts, sloped glazing systems. This web pages help users and suppliers detailed information about products. Web pages consist of information about architectural finishes, impact and blast mitigation.
Original Press Release:
Architectural Products Web Pages Created for AAMA Website
A recent overhaul of the Architectural Products section of the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) website means easier access to crucial information about architectural windows, curtain walls, storefronts, sloped glazing systems and more. This series of new web pages was created to focus exclusively on architectural products and the technology, tests and finishes associated with them.
Intended to aid users and suppliers or architectural products, detailed information is provided related to curtain walls, storefronts and sloped glazing systems, and includes reasons to choose AW- and CW-rated products. Sections specific to structural attributes, thermal performance and performance testing can be accessed, as well as details on architectural finishes, and impact and blast mitigation. Daylighting and solar control devices also are covered.
“We wanted the site to be a one-stop resource for to find credible, third-party industry information related to architectural products,” said Chad Ricker, Market Team Manager for Technoform and Chair of AAMA’s Architectural Products Group Marketing Committee. “We’re sure it will be of use to product users, suppliers and more.”
AAMA encourages fenestration companies to provide these web pages to their customer service representatives to serve as a third-party resource for commonly asked questions.
Visit aamanet.org/architectural to access these newly created resources.
About the Architectural Window Council and the Curtain Wall/Storefront Council
Both the Architectural Window Council and the Curtain Wall/Storefront Council of AAMA act as information providers and promoters in the fenestration and related building products industry. The councils provide technical, regulatory, legislative, marketing and certification support to ensure that the appropriate standards are established, maintained, and communicated for the benefit of the users and suppliers of architectural window products and of curtain wall and storefront products, respectively.
More information about AAMA and its activities can be found via the AAMA website, aamanet.org.