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Product Snapshot: Rain-Screen System and Torque Tool Tester

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Knight Wall Systems
Sloped-CI is a continuous insulation rain-screen facade that allows for the overlap of panel cladding. The rain-screen system allows for large wall panels to be installed lap-style on a building's facade, creating a textured effect. The Sloped-CI rain screen works with metal, composite and many other panelized cladding systems. The interior side is identical to the standard Dow-Knight CI System. Knight Wall Systems; 855-597-9255; www.knightwallsystems.com
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This week we look at a rain-screen facade from Knight Wall Systems and a digital torque tool tester from Snap-On Industrial. Click on the image to begin the slide show. Mobile readers can click here to see it.

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