Citadel’s Envelope 2000 meets NFPA 285 guidelines
Indianapolis, September 19, 2017 – Citadel Architectural Products announced that its Envelope 2000® RV (Reveal System) has passed NFPA 285, the Standard Fire Test Method for Evaluation of Fire Propagation Characteristics of Exterior Non-Load-Bearing Wall Assemblies Containing Combustible Components.

The Reveal System joins the Rout & Return (RR) System and the RainScreen (RS) System in eligibility for use in cladding applications exceeding 40 feet in height with its standard phenolic resin core. It also allows Citadel Architectural Products to provide both field-assembled and shop-fabricated options for the specifier.

For more information, contact Citadel’s David Wernz at 800-446-8828 or

Citadel Architectural Products
Citadel Architectural Products Inc. offers one of the most complete selections of cladding solutions in the industry, ranging from high-end fabricated metal composite material (MCM) to field-assembled systems and glazing infill panels. To learn more, call 800-446-8828 or visit

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