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Architectural

This type of trim tends to be more economical than extrusions or flashings. This provides minimal sight-lines on the facade and has a cleaner look. This type of trim requires precise field measurement of the substrate as all panels will be made to fit. There will be little room for adjustment if the substrate is not plum, square and true. These details can be used with panels made from all types of material.
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  • 1 Integrated Coping Detail

  • 1A Parapet Coping Detail

  • 2 Typical Horizontal Joint

  • 2A Typical Horizontal Joint

  • 3 Sill Detail

  • 4 Panel Still at Storefront Head

  • 4C Fascia-Soffit Detail at Storefront Head

  • 4E Panel Sill with “J” Flashing & Return at Storefront Head

  • 5 Panel Head at Storefront Sill

  • 5B Panel Head at Storefront Sill

  • 5C Panel Head at Storefront Sill

  • 6A Fascia-Soffit Detail

  • 6D Panel Sill at Soffit

  • 8 Jamb Detail #1

  • 8A Jamb Detail #2

  • 9 Typical Vertical Joint

  • 9A Typical Vertical Joint

  • 9B 1/8″ Vertical Joint

  • 10 Jamb Detail at Storefront

  • 10A Jamb Detail at Storefront

  • 10F Jamb Detail at Storefront

  • 11 90º Outside Corner

  • 11A 90º Outside Corner (Knife Edge)

  • 12 90º Inside Corner

  • 12A 90º Inside Corner

  • 13 135º Outside Corner

  • 13A 135º Outside Corner (Knife Edge)

  • 14 135º Inside Corner

  • 14A 135º Inside Corner

  • 15 Horizontal Deflection Joint

Extrusion

This type of trim gives more room to account for building tolerance issues. These trims help reduce installation time because they allow the installer to make adjustments in the field. These details cannot be used panels made from natural materials (zinc, copper or stainless steel.)
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  • 3A Generic Sill Detail with “J” Extrusion

  • 4A Panel Still at Storefront Head

  • 4D Panel Sill with “4” Return Leg Extrusion at Storefront Head

  • 5D Panel Head with “J” Extrusion at Storefront Sill

  • 6B Panel Sill at Soffit

  • 7A Soffit to Vertical Wall Detail

  • 7B Soffit to Vertical Wall Detail

  • 7C Panel Head at Soffit

  • 7C Soffit to Vertical Wall Detail

  • 8B Typical Jamb Detail

  • 10B Jamb Detail at Storefront

  • 10D Jamb Detail at Storefront

  • 11B 90º Outside Corner

  • 12B 90º Inside Corner

  • 15 Horizontal Deflection Joint

Flashing

This type of trim is optional with natural materials like zinc, copper and stainless steel. This is also an economical choice when using pre-painted aluminum for the panels. These details provide some of the same flexibility as extrusions.
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  • 3B Generic Sill Detail with “J” Flashing

  • 4B Panel Still at Storefront Head

  • 5A Panel Head at Storefront Sill with Integral Flashing

  • 5E Panel Head at Storefront with Integral Flashing

  • 6C Panel Sill at Soffit

  • 8C Typical Jamb Detail

  • 10C Jamb Detail at Storefront

  • 10E Jamb Detail at Storefront

  • 11C 90º Outside Corner

  • 12C 90º Inside Corner

  • 13B 135º Outside Corner

  • 14B 135º Inside Corner

  • 15 Horizontal Deflection Joint