When to Use Corrugated Plastic Panels


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Corrugated plastic panels are sheets of plastic made of polypropylene, polycarbonate, or polyethylene in three layers. The corrugated plastic panels have three layers. There are two external layers, which is why they are also called twin-wall plastic panels or sheets. The zigzagged internal layer is held by the external ones and shaped like a honeycomb. […]

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What Food Processing Panels Are Safe to Use?


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All areas where food materials are handled must maintain high levels of hygiene and antimicrobial protection. Adhering to these standards ensures your food enterprise maintains optimum consumer health levels, not to mention staying on the safe side of the law. While most buildings have concrete walls, these aren’t the best because concrete is porous and […]

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What Is Octaform Quickliner – Everything You Need to Know


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Protecting concrete from the harshest environments and corrosive elements doesn’t have to be complicated. You can always use Octaform Quickliner durable PVC panels to act as a barrier that protects your concrete and other surfaces from damage. The best place to start with protecting your concrete surfaces is to learn what Octaform Quickliner is and […]

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How Structural Panels Inc. Increased Sales by 86% In Two Years Using Canopy Media Marketing Services


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CREATING ONLINE VISIBILITY SKYROCKETS SALES  Structural Panels Inc. (SPI) is an all-Canadian manufacturer of high-quality, steel-skinned structural building panels. When SPI wanted to increase its online visibility and capture new markets, it turned to Canopy Media. The result of this partnership?  86% increase in sales in two years 81% increase in website traffic 204% increase […]

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Food Plant Design Construction: What You Need to Know


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Forget the conventional design-bid-build construction delivery method. Many industrial developments are instead moving to the design-build method of construction – and for a variety of reasons. In addition to factors such as shared responsibility, minimizing owner risk and encouraging transparency between all stakeholders, the design-build delivery method also often enables faster project delivery – sometimes […]

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Benefits of Installing PVC Panels in Ceilings


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When you need to choose a material for your ceilings, PVC provides an ideal option. PVC panel ceilings offer distinct advantages over other types of materials when used in different kinds of facilities, as well as homes. Installing PVC panels in your ceilings can give you the following benefits.   Lightweight Build PVC panels don’t require […]

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Why Are PVC Wall Panels Everyone’s First Choice?


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When a material sector is slated to see 14.3% compound annual growth, is it any wonder that PVC wall panels have become so popular over the past several years? PVC, also known as polyvinyl chloride, is a common construction material used in vinyl siding, plumbing, wall treatments, and now as a wall panel in its […]

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5 Facts You Might Not Know About Plastic Wall Panels


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Many types of facilities and buildings use PVC or plastic wall panels. These panels can be set up easily in almost any part of a facility or building. Their qualities make them simple to clean and maintain, resulting in a long lifespan. While you might be used to seeing these types of panels, you might […]

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Costs of Insulated Panels vs. Lumber as Prices Stabilize


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The price of lumber and other building materials has been well above average for the past several months. However, there are signs that these prices are beginning to become more stable. Does this mean that the price of structural insulated panels is also stabilizing? Here’s how price changes have been affecting insulated panel costs. Lumber […]

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Using PVC Wall Panels to Address Water Damaged Drywall


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As its name implies, drywall really works best when dry. Once it gets wet, it must be removed to avoid issues with staining, swelling, and mold. While many locations can prevent water infiltration and decrease exposure to moisture, areas that are prone to high levels of humidity, flooding, or other types of extreme weather are […]

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