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Polycarbonate sheet is perfectly suited for vertical glazing, machine guards, cold curved roof lights, covered walkways, displays, illuminated signage, protective screen, bus shelters, canopies and poster holders. Learn more here about the characteristics and applications for solid polycarbonate sheets, introduced by John Vero of Access Plastics.
Multiwall polycarbonate is best known for its very high impact resistance, fine optical clarity and excellent fire performance.These unique qualities of multiwall polycarbonate, along with the extended UV protection and insulating multiwalled structure of Marlon ST Longlife, combine to provide the ideal glazing option for a range of domestic, leisure and industrial applications.
Why we use Polycarbonate Sheets?
3mm or 4mm Clear Polycarbonate is the best material for secondary glazing. It has excellent sound absorption qualities as well as being light weight, glass clear, high impact, fire rated, and cost effective. It is also a superb material for greenhouse glazing as it is 200 times stronger than glass and very lightweight.
In this video we outline the steps involved when assembling a roof using multiwall polycarbonate sheets.
When coming to estimate costs for your roofing project, in the initial stages to get a rough estimate, it is sufficient to have approximate sizes. However, when the timber structure is in place, be that for your conservatory, your carport or a lean-to, it is necessary to be particularly accurate with measurements. For that reason, the old adage of measure twice and cut once is very important.