Polycarbonate Solid Sheets

polycarbonate solid sheets

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Features & Benefits

PURE flat polycarbonate is a clear, transparent glazing material which provides 200 times more impact resistance than glass at only half the weight. PURE flat solid polycarbonate can be thermoformed, fabricated and cold curved for use in architectural rooflights, barrel vaults and specialist glazing applications.

Providing high impact resistance, PURE flat solid polycarbonate is the preferred material for use in safety glazing, protective screening, machine guards and visors. PURE flat solid polycarbonate is available in clear, translucent or opaque in a choice of tints and solid colours. Product options include double sided UV, advanced abrasion protection and Strong Adhesion Film for heavy fabrication projects. The PURE flat solid polycarbonate range now extends to 15mm with the introduction of 15mm clear, flat polycarbonate sheet. With this super strength option, the complete PURE flat solid polycarbonate range features 2 -15mm offering even more choice to suit a wide variety of applications.

PURE high quality flat polycarbonate panel design will make the most out of natural light, without the weight or cost of glass panels. The glazing panels offer durable, fade resistant performance to ensure year in year out natural lighting. .

Main Benefits

Typical Applications

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Color Choice

clear freezeclear snow silver bronze blue

red green turquoise orange yellow

Solar Transmission Properties

Color*

% Light Transmission
(ASTM D-1003)

%Haze
(ASTM D-1003)

Solar Heat Gain (SHGC)
(ASTM E-424-71)

Shading Coefficient
(ASTM E-424-71)

Clear

90

<1

0.87

1

Bronze

20

<1

0.45

0.52

35

<1

0.56

0.64

50

<1

0.65

0.75

Solar Grey

20

<1

0.44

0.51

35

<1

0.56

0.64

50

<1

0.65

0.75

White Opal

28

100

0.32

0.37

White Diffuser

80

100

0.87

1

Solar Ice

20

100

0.37

0.45

Terminology Used in the Table

Solar Radiation: The solar spectrum ranging from 300 nm to 2400 nm. Included are UV, visible and Near-IR radiation. Visible Light Radiation: The portion of the light spectrum whose wavelength ranges from 400nm to 780nm.

% Light Transmission (ASTM D-1003): Percentage of incident visible light that passes through an object.

% Solar Heat Gain (SHGC): The percent of incident solar radiation transmitted by an object which includes the direct solar transmission plus the part of the solar absorption reradiated inward.

Shading Coefficient (ASTM E424-71): The ratio of the total solar radiation transmitted by a given material to that transmitted by normal glass, whose light transmission is 87%. It can be approximately calculated by:

Fixing & Installations

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Common Questions

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  • How long do PURE Polycarbonate Sheets last?
  • PURE supplies individual product warranties against most types of failures. The life expectancy can be as much as 10 years, depending on professional installation practice and environmental factors like air pollution, winds, and erosion by sand particles.
  • How do I clean polycarbonate sheet?
  • The best way to clean polycarbonate sheet is using mild soap and water and a soft cloth, followed by a lukewarm water rinse.
  • How do I cut polycarbonate sheet?
  • Polycarbonate sheet can be cut using conventional carpentry tools. Always use proper safety equipment when working with any power tools. For best results, be sure to use sharp cutting tools and minimize vibration of the material.
  • Is it OK to fix screws by a power screwdriver?
  • Adjustable electric screwdriver is allowed, provided you set the torque to the minimal needed, in order to prevent over-tightening and local deformation of the panel. For that reason, pneumatic tools should be avoided.

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