Palram Americas, a leading manufacturer of polycarbonate and PVC sheets, announced the Canadian Construction Materials Centre evaluation of Ag-Tuf corrugated PVC wall liner panels. The CCMC is similar to the International Code Council in the United States. Compliance to the National Farm Building Code is required for the sale of construction materials in the agricultural market. Please review CCMC Evaluation Report 13581-R for further information on this subject.
“With Ag-Tuf now compliant to Canada’s National Farm Building Code,” says Mark Weaver, technical services manager. “Palram is poised to generate further penetration into the agricultural building products segment.”
The evaluation is listed on the National Research Council Canada’s website, an excerpt from the Evaluation Report 13581-R is as follows:
- It is the opinion of the Canadian Construction Materials Centre (CCMC) that “Ag-Tuf,” when used as polyvinyl chloride wall liner in agricultural buildings in accordance with the conditions and limitations stated in Section 3 of this Report, complies with the National Farm Building Code 1995.
Please visit the National Research Council Canada’s website at www.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca for more information on the agency and the evaluation process. Visit the following link for the Ag-Tuf evaluation http://www.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/ccmc/registry/pdf/13581_e.pdf.
Please visit www.palramamericas.com for more information about the products.
About Palram Americas
With more than 45 years of expertise in the industry, Palram has established manufacturing, distribution and sales operations across seven continents and 120 countries around the world. Palram markets its products to the sign and graphics market, as well as to the commercial, industrial, residential, marine, and do-it-yourself construction markets.