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Unleashing Building Brilliance: Tuff Wall and Tuff Cast Coatings

Both the Tuff Wall and Tuff Cast are part of Metl-Span's commitment to sustainable and energy-efficient building practices. These coatings contribute to the thermal efficiency of your building envelope, helping you reduce energy consumption and costs while lowering your carbon footprint. With Metl-Span's Tuff Wall and Tuff Cast coatings, you can expect superior performance, unparalleled aesthetics, and the peace of mind that comes with investing in top-of-the-line building solutions. Discover the possibilities and elevate your building projects to new heights with Metl-Span's Tuff Wall and Tuff Cast coatings.



Metl-Span's Tuff Wall Coat:

The Metl-Span CF Tuff Wall® is an attractive, stucco-like insulated metal wall panel that exhibits the natural beauty sought by many designers and owners. The exterior surface of the panel is a hard aggregated, fiber-reinforced polymer coating created with the factory applied Tuff Cote® finish system. Tuff Cote® finish offers an extremely durable, impact and abrasion-resistant coating that can withstand severe weather conditions. CF Tuff Wall stucco insulated metal panels are the ideal panel to create the aesthetic appearance of a stucco wall with the impressive R-values and LEED opportunities of an insulated metal panel.


Metl-Span's Tuff Cast

Metl-Span’s CF Tuff-Cast™ profile is an appealing insulated metal panel given its appearance of finished precast concrete. The exterior surface of the concrete look exterior panel is a hard aggregated fiber reinforced polymer coating and is created with the factory-applied Tuff Cote® finish system, which offers an extremely durable, impact and abrasion-resistant coating that can withstand severe weather conditions.

The wall panel’s exterior provides your building with an attractive precast concrete building alternative while maintaining energy efficiency. Since the panels have a double tongue-and-groove joint system, the cost of labor is reduced significantly when a building is constructed. This joint system also creates a barrier that is air, vapor, and water resistant.






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