Frank Bradenburg

Frank Bradenburg is the Vice President & Senior Applications Engineer for Seaman Corporation.

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Top Finish Comparison

Posted by Frank Bradenburg on Jan 18, 2023 8:12:06 AM

Dome Top Finish Comparison - Brite White Tedlar® film vs. Acrylic top finish

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Shelter-Rite® Announces New      High Light Transmission (HLT) Architectural Fabric

Posted by Frank Bradenburg on Oct 5, 2022 10:39:39 AM

Wooster, OH - [October 2022] 

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6 Benefits of Architectural Fabric Structures

Posted by Frank Bradenburg on Aug 31, 2020 10:26:23 AM

When a client approaches you to begin a new project, do you consider recommending an architectural fabric structure?

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Product Changes Yield Better Fabric for Blackout, Opaque Fabric Needs

Posted by Frank Bradenburg on Jan 9, 2019 9:10:09 AM

Shelter-Rite® Architectural Fabrics has undertaken a significant enhancement by updating its Styles 8028 and 9032 opaque fabrics with Acrylic, PVDF top finishes, and Tedlar® film, revolutionizing the landscape of architectural fabric solutions.

This transformative change involves the removal of the black PVC back-coat layer, with opacity now achieved through the application of a black adhesive coat to the base fabric.

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5 Keys to Building Safe Fabric Structures

Posted by Frank Bradenburg on Apr 12, 2018 8:03:00 AM

Fabric structures offer numerous benefits, including lower building costs, flexibility, speed of construction and more sustainable designs, among others. All these benefits mean very little if the structure itself is not safe and stable. Fortunately, with proper planning, design and maintenance, a fabric structure will be just as safe as a traditional building—all while outperforming it in terms of initial and ongoing costs.

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Choose the Right Fabric For Your Building Project

Posted by Frank Bradenburg on Jul 31, 2017 1:15:01 PM

When constructing a fabric building, many engineers, building owners and project managers come down to two choices—products based on polyethylene and those developed using polyvinyl chloride (PVC) coated Polyester Fabrics.

Selecting the right choice for your product depends on your priorities, the environment of the building and other considerations.

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