Polycarbonate Sheet

Polycarbonate Sheet


Polycarbonate-SheetPolycarbonate is a polymer with a unique blend of desirable properties. This polymer can be given shape by different processes, which include injection molding, blow molding, extrusion -and thermoforming. Polycarbonate roof sheets are manufactured by the process of extrusion. Polycarbonate roof sheets are commonly called transparent steel due to their wonderful impact resistance and glass like clarity. Following are a few salient properties of corrugated roof sheets:

Polycarbonate sheets possess superb impact strength (Virtually Unbreakable) Excellent flexural strength hence can be cold curved or even cold bent into simple shapes
Very high light transmission of upto 90% Superlative fire performance (Self extinguishing) and TAC approved
Light in weight hence easy to handle & install Available in tailored lengths, hence minimum wastages
High temperature tolerance (from -40°C to +130°C) Excellent thermal and electrical insulation properties

Polycarbonate-Corrugated-SheetsBeing an engineering thermoplastic, polycarbonate sheets can be thermoformed to make them suitable for a host of different applications where high performance is sought in combination with transparency/ translucency. These plastic corrugated roof sheets can also be engineered to suit various innovative applications in the future.

Polycarbonate Corrugated Sheets

Polycarbonate-sheets-are-extensively-used-in-Industrial-ApplicationsPolycarbonate sheets are extensively used in Industrial Applications. These are used for Industrial Sky Lights and North-Light Glazing to provide daylight solutions in Industrial and Commercial Structures. These polycarbonate roof sheets are available in a variety of profiles matching to commonly used industrial roofing sheets that include asbestos cement sheets & metal corrugated sheets, corrugated roof sheets and plastic corrugated roof sheets.

Polycarbonate corrugated sheets can be manufactured from compact clear, embossed or opal white sheets depending upon the amount of light required for the specific industrial application. The light transmission can be as high as 89% or controlled to as low as 35%. These sheets can be offered to the customer as a tailor-made product in terms of dimensions. The process of forming these sheets is generally referred to as Thermoforming.