Polycarbonate has such a good fire rating that the fire service allows its use in most public spaces. This is thanks to the material’s high temperature resistance. It is also self-extinguishing and fire-retardant.
Another feature of this material is that it does not break if you bend it without heating. The sheets are also 50% lighter than glass. These material properties make polycarbonate an excellent choice for use in burglar-proof glazing, bike sheds, lighting, ceiling panels, machine parts, protective covers, bulkheads, technical products, boat windows and illuminated signs.
Polycarbonate is 250 times stronger than glass and much easier to work with. Clear polycarbonate lets more light through than glass and it has a very low blur factor. When it comes to clear polycarbonate, there is a huge range of options available. Thicknesses range from 0.75mm to 15 mm. Pyrasied stocks the right thickness for any project.
Choose from round transparent polycarbonate rods and satin polycarbonate tubes. Here again, you can benefit from polycarbonate’s extreme impact resistance, UV resistance and excellent fire rating.
Polycarbonate is available in clear or mirror but also in smoke, brown and grey. It is ideal for use as boat windows, machine covers or interior partitions. When impact resistance and fire rating are crucial, but you need colour too, then the smoke/colour combination is the material for you.
Mirrored polycarbonate is an impact-resistant sheet with a reflective surface on one side. The mirror can be used for a large variety of applications. It creates a stylish look in shop windows, reduces heat and light penetration if used as glazing, and provides shade and privacy.
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