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Rainscreen - Centria - Facility Management Product Release
The Intercept RZR is a rainscreen system that creates the option for sloped panel depth of up to 4 inches and integrates seamlessly with Intercept Entyre and Intercept LVLZ for dynamic aesthetics including dramatic wall relief and plane changes.
Available in both horizontal and vertical applications, Intercept RZR panels can be specified in zinc or aluminum substrates and are offered in depths of 1-3⁄8- to 4-inches. Panel lengths span up to 138 inches (aluminum) and 120 inches (zinc), and up to 48 inches (aluminum) and 32 inches (zinc) wide. Intercept RZR panels are available in a variety of colors, as well as CENTRIA’s wide array of high-performance, finish options.
The Intercept modular metal panel system makes use of a unique fabrication process for variations in size and shape, and even custom designs based on specific project requirements. The innovative metal rainscreen panels can also be paired with CENTRIA’s MetalWrap Series insulated composite backup system to meet even the most demanding thermal and moisture performance requirements.
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