Polycarbonate is the strongest type of transparent plastic that has many uses in the construction industry, especially as a substitute for glass. In addition to construction purposes, this material has many applications in the manufacture of eyeglass lenses, DVDs, bulletproof glasses, aerospace industry, etc.
Polycarbonate in the form of double-walled or flat sheets is usually used as a roof cover for skylights and walls that need light to pass through. Due to the UV layer on their surface, polycarbonate sheets are also anti-sun in addition to being unbreakable. Due to their structural structure, double-walled polycarbonate sheets are thermal and sound insulation to some extent and are much lighter than iron and other roofing materials;
Polycarbonate sheets (double and flat)
Double-walled polycarbonate is usually used in buildings and for coverings outside the house due to the more reasonable price. Double-walled polycarbonate has a networked structure like cardboard and is sunscreen Its transparent models transmit light well, but they are somewhat opaque (they do not have visibility).
But the flat polycarbonate sheet has a structure like glass and transparent, with the difference that it is completely unbreakable and soft. In addition to construction purposes, flat polycarbonate is used in the manufacture of spectacle glass, as well as its high thickness as bulletproof glass. Flat polycarbonate can be called the highest quality plastic sheet available in the market;
The dimensions of the double-walled polycarbonate sheet are 210cm*600cm;
The dimensions of the flat polycarbonate sheet are usually 205cm*305cm;
Types of polycarbonate:
- Flat polycarbonate sheets
- Polycarbonate roll
- Patterned polycarbonate sheets
- Corrugated polycarbonate sheets
- Multi-wall polycarbonate sheets
- Polycarbonate sheets of pottery design