Building Envelope
A Versatile Cladding for Buildings

From D+D Print, January 2015

by David Johnston and Scott Robinson, EIMA

There’s more to EIFS than simulating stucco....
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Tagged categories: Building enclosure system; Building Envelope; Building envelope; Decorative coatings; Decorative finishes; EIFS; EIFS Industry Members Association (EIMA) ; Insulation; Metallic coatings; Moisture management; Moisture resistance; Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Primers; Stenciling

Comment from Dick Piper, (8/4/2015, 2:20 PM)

EIFS finish coats are non-cementitious not cementitious. I assume that this was a typographical error.


Comment from Scott Robinson, (8/5/2015, 2:00 PM)

Dick, I think a couple words got inserted before this was published. On the EIMA website and in our other documents we say "A finish coat that typically uses colorfast and crack-resistant acrylic co-polymer technology."


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