Plastics 

Acrylic (also known as "Perspex" and "Plexiglass")

Acrylic is suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications and has excellent weatherability and is resistant to most common chemicals including acids, alkalis, oils and greases. It is widely used as a lightweight alternative to glass.

 

Acrylic can be cut, drilled, glued, thermoformed, machined, polished and engraved. It has superb clarity, rigidity and surface hardness making it an extremely versatile material, and is available in a wide range of colours and opacities, from clear to fully opaque.

As well as water-clear, acrylic is a available in a variety of colours including white, opal, black, blue, green, red and yellow, and thicknesses from 2.0 mm to 20 mm.

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Prismatic Diffuser Panels

Prismatic diffuser panels are made of acrylic plastic. It is smooth on one side and contoured on the other. It is designed to scatter light that passes through it, and is frequently seen on ceilings, beneath fluorescent lamps and sky lights.

 

It is available in thicknesses of 3.0mm and 4.5mm, and can be supplied cut to size.

 

Standard sheet size is 2400mm X 1200mm 

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Polycarbonate is a thermoplastic similar in appearance to acrylic but has an extremely high impact resistance. It is noted for its excellent combination of toughness, transparency and heat and flame resistance. It is frequently used as an alternative to glass in marine and high security applications. 

 
Polycarbonate is available in sheet form in either water clear or tinted against UV light, and can be supplied cut to size. Thicknesses from 3.0mm to 10mm are available.

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PETG sheet plastic is a versatile co-polyester used for a wide range of applications that require exceptional clarity and mechanical properties. It has higher impact strength than PMMA acrylic and is fast becoming an environmentally viable alternative to clear PVC.

PETG available in water-clear and thicknesses of 1.0mm, 1.5mm and 2.0mm, and can be laser cut to almost any shape.

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Acrylic mirror sheet is a durable safer alternative to glass mirror. Because it can be laser cut to almost any shape, acrylic mirror can be used to replace the OEM rear-vision and side mirrors of vehicles.

Acrylic mirror is suitable for use in humid environments such as bathrooms.

 

It is available in either silver or with gold tint in thicknesses from 1.0mm - 4.5mm 

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