100% Virgin material polycarbonate frosted sheet for partition

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Material:: 100% Virgin material Color:: Clear, red, blue, yellow, green,etc Thickness:: 1.5-12mm

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100% Virgin material polycarbonate frosted sheet for partition


Polycarbonate frosted sheet 
Impect resistant 
Weather resistant 
UV-Protection 
Widely used in constuction &decoration feilds 

Polycarbonate frosted sheet

carries an outstanding transparency nearly same as the glass while the weight is just less than half if it and has high impact strength.

 

Whats more,It can be processed,cold-bending & hot-molding.Thus ,this products has become very popular in both of the construction & decoration feilds.

 

DATA:

Color: clear, opal,green,blue,bronze,lake-blue

Thickness : 1.5mm ~ 10mm

Maximiun Width : 2100mm

Standard Width: 1220mm , 1560mm, 1820mm, 2100mm

Length : No limit

Note : special specs and color can be custom-made due to client’s demand

 

Features:

1. Light transmission

2. Impact resistant:80 times that of glass, 15 times thats of acrylic sheeting

3. Temprature service : -40°C ~~120°C

4. Light weight: only 1/12 of the weight of glass at same thickness

5. UV Protection

6. Fire retardance: Rated Class B1

7. Sound & Heat Insulation

 

Applications:

1)Roofing for swimming pool,shopping malls,commercial streets

2)Sunshade for stadiums and bus stops,gazebo,open-air carport

3)Lighting canopy for corridors,passages and subway entries

4)Flashing for bank ATMs,telephone box,gateways,garages

5)Sound and heat insulation wall for expressways and houses

6)Heat preservation material for agricultural greenhouse,flower greenhouse

7)Soundproof material for partitions

8)Unbreakable material for glazing windows,roof glazing


 

100% Virgin material polycarbonate frosted sheet for partition

100% Virgin material polycarbonate frosted sheet for partition

100% Virgin material polycarbonate frosted sheet for partition

100% Virgin material polycarbonate frosted sheet for partition

100% Virgin material polycarbonate frosted sheet for partition

100% Virgin material polycarbonate frosted sheet for partition

100% Virgin material polycarbonate frosted sheet for partition

100% Virgin material polycarbonate frosted sheet for partition

100% Virgin material polycarbonate frosted sheet for partition

100% Virgin material polycarbonate frosted sheet for partition

100% Virgin material polycarbonate frosted sheet for partition



100% Virgin material polycarbonate frosted sheet for partition





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