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PVC Wall Panels

Duramax PVC Wall Panels

  • 40% Less material cost and 50% Labor Saving
  • Thick 1/2″ panel; no backer needed
  • ASTM tested to meet FRP standards
  • Will never absorb moisture; won’t rot or mold
  • Made in the USA

FRP

Fiber Reinforced Panels

  • Requires backer (OSB, Drywall, or plywood)
  • Double the material cost with backer
  • Requires Adhesive & face mounted rivets
  • Higher labor costs – installation requires glue & surface fasteners
  • Can rot & mold with wood moisture absorption

Save money with Duramax Panels

Duramax

FRP

Panel Cost

$68

$38

Backer Board OSB

$0Not needed

$19

Adhesive

$0Not needed

$6

Labor

$4One-man job
Install twice as fast

$16Two-man job

Panel to Panel Trim

$0Not needed

$5.50

Total

$72.00

$84.50

*Based on comparison between 4'x8' material

The era of moisture absorbing panels is over !

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Easy

Attaches directly to framing/studs

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QUICK

Installs easily - no glue or lamination needed

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Durable

100% moisture proof

Fiber Reinforced Panels

Not Easy

Not Easy

Requires Backer Drywall or Plywood

Not Quick

Not QUICK

Installation requires glue & surface fasteners

Not Durable

Not Durable

Can rot & mold with wood moisture

Duramax vs Fiber Reinforced Plastic

FEATURES

Duramax

FRP

No Glue or Lamination Needed

Yes

No

No OSB or Drywall Backing Needed

Yes

No

No Separation of Wood & Plastic Issues

Yes

No

Ease of Handling (1 peson for 16' Long pc)

Yes

No

Standard Class A Fire Rating

Yes

No

Hidden Fasteners Installation

Yes

No

Will Never Warp, Rot or Discolor Due to Mold or Moisture

Yes

No

100% moisture resistant

Yes

No

Smooth Rivet Free Surface

Yes

No

Low maintenance

Yes

No

FOR NEW OR RETROFIT CONSTRUCTION - DO IT RIGHT!

SPECIFY DURAMAX PVC WALL PANELS ANYWHERE FRP HAS BEEN ASSIGNED

ASTM Test Results DPP frp
ASTM E84 - standard test method for surface burning characteristics of building materials Class A Class A
ASTM D256 - standard test methods for determining the Izod Pendulum Impact Resistance of plastics Pass Brittle
ASTM D638 - standard test method for tensile properties of plastics 7,660 psi Tensile Strength 6,000 to 8,000 psi
ASTM D790 - standard test methods for flexural properties of unreinforced and reinforced plastics and electrical insulating materials 12,400 psi
509,000 psi
Flexural Strength 8,000 - 10,000 psi
Flexural Modulus 300,000 to 500,000 psi
ASTM D2583 - standard test method for indentation hardness of rigid plastics by means of a barcol impressor 75.5, Hardness
(Shore D)
65, Hardness
(Shore D)

Labor Needed for FRP installation

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