Metal Cladding For Domes: The Why And The How Bruco — Metal cladding comes in a variety of colors and makes a durable, protective coating for a Monolithic Dome. A colorful dome! — The dome for this rental facility near Rexburg, ID was covered with metal and colorfully painted. Galaxy Four Theater — This new Monolithic Dome theater is clad in an attractive metal coat that can be easily seen from a distance. Round-and-round they go! — Workers encircle the dome with metal cladding. A problem solver — David South, Monolithic’s president, says, “Metal cladding is an arrow in the quiver – a problem solver – that’s especially useful when things get really nasty.” Fertilizer Blend Plant – Petersburg, NE — This Monolithic Dome with a diameter of 105’ has a metal cladding that should last at least 40 years with minimal maintenance. Really nasty! — Coating on this dome completely failed and left the foam exposed to ultraviolet rays that will break down the foam rapidly. Pretty! — Metal cladding cleaned, improved the looks of and provided a permanent solution for this dome-home. Another real nasty! — Really nasty happens over time to domes that have had their Airforms removed or not properly coated and maintained. Going up! — Tethered worker installs metal cladding. Ribbon Technology Corp. — Built in 1980, in the Columbus, OH area, this metal-clad Monolithic Dome has a diameter of 100 feet. Variety — Steel metal cladding can be ordered in a variety of thicknesses, widths and colors. What a difference! This Monolithic fertilizer storage dome now sparkles and shines and will continue doing so for many, many years.