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Reinforced concrete wall FLEXWALL
prefabwith intergrated insulation

reinforced concrete wall
reinforced concrete wall
reinforced concrete wall
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Characteristics

Material
reinforced concrete
Type
prefab
Other characteristics
with intergrated insulation

Description

Flexwall: The Better Building System is the leading name in precast, prestressed, insulated concrete wall systems. Satisfied customers have come to rely on Flexwall to meet their need for quality, speed, aesthetics, durability and price. Manufactured by expert technicians in Armtec’s modern production facilities, Flexwall is a complete wall system, inside and out. Flexwall panels feature attractive ribbed exteriors and smooth steel-formed finished interior surfaces that require no extra finishing. From initial design through to finished assembly, high-quality, air-entrained concrete provides unprecedented durability, resilience and strength. By fabricating the complete panel in our own precast facilities, we ensure ideal curing conditions and allow quality control to be maintained at every stage of the production process. Features & Benefits Virtually no maintenance Durable, weather-proof, fire-resistive concrete reduces upkeep and insurance costs Custom designed for each building project Functional, economical Rapid installation, regardless of weather conditions Panelization can be tailored to accommodate windows, man-doors and loading dock openings as required Full-width rigid insulation can be adjusted in thickness and density to meet specific thermal R-value requirements Exterior wythe's are available in a variety of rib profiles Flat featured bands can be incorporated for a custom look in addition to an economical standard grey-ribbed finish Panels can be upgraded to a range of pigmented colours

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