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SWI - 5

SPECIFICATION: COLD ROLLED

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Organization: SWI
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Introduction

These windows are made by mechanically forming various profiles or shapes from 20 gauge low carbon cold-rolled steel. Various shapes are then combined to form frame assemblies and ventilator assemblies. Windows from cold-rolled steel are defined and categorized as commercial and industrial windows with a minimum combined weight of frame and ventilator of 2.75 lbs. per lineal foot and capable of passing a structural load test of 30 lbs. per square foot.

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SPECIFICATION: COLD ROLLED
Introduction These windows are made by mechanically forming various profiles or shapes from 20 gauge low carbon cold-rolled steel. Various shapes are then combined to form frame assemblies and...
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