Americlad® Roof Equipment Screens serve as either an aesthetic architectural wall feature or as a visual barrier to hide unsightly mechanical equipment on building rooftops. Whether you39;re looking for an inverted louver blade for sight visibility when viewed from ground level or a standard louver selection, Americlad® offers a wide variety of options to choose from.
Equipment Screening Pre Engineered Acoustical/Visual Screening Systems for Rooftop HVAC and Mechanical Equipment HUSH SCREEN Mechanical Screening Systems provide architecturally pleasing visual barriers for all types of mechanical equipment.
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The price of roof equipment screens varies by model. We have included a comparison of prices for the various models to assist in product selection . Select the equipment screen models by price: *Price values for roof equipment screens are for comparison purposes only. Actual equipment screen quotation prices may vary depending on the sizes required and the options selected.
Installation for Architectural Louvers standard mount roof equipment screens is simple. Each louvered screen is segmented into sections that are individually mounted to support members on the roof. Each section comes with mounting clips to affix the sections to the structural supports. Once these sections are mounted, the screen appears as a continuous line of louvered equipment screen. Care should be taken to provide enough structural support for desired wind load ratings. The roof screen sections are designed to handle approximately 100 mph winds with minimal deflection. Options for higher wind load ratings are available upon request. Back to Top
Mechanical equipment screens, also known as vision screens or louvered equipment screens are roof or ground mounted panels that create a visual barrier and conceal mechanical equipment from sight. The primary purpose of these screens is to improve architectural aesthetics without compromising the function of the mechanical equipment that it conceals.
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