Glazing

GLAZING

Plastics have become popular in glazing operations for doors, windows and lighting applications in buildings and homes.

 

 


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Tuffak® Optical Grade High-Impact Polycarbonate Sheet

When you need a clear, rugged sheet for the toughest applications. Excellent for uses including transit shelters, protective laminations, window glazing and more.

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OPTIX Non-Glare

OPTIX continuously processed non-glare acrylic is ideal for framing applications, signage, silkscreening and POP (point of purchase) displays.

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OPTIX LD

OPTIX LD light diffusing acrylic sheet is offered in SG and SG05 in a wide variety of stock sizes with custom sheet sizes also available.

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DURAPLEX Impact Modified Acrylic

DURAPLEX is a continuously processed impact modified acrylic sheet that offers superior impact strength. Ideal applications include displays, skylights, signage, windows, doors and any indoor/outdoor application where durability is needed. Custom and non-stock items available.

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OPTIX Frost

OPTIX Frost has a frosting additive incorporated throughout the sheet, providing an elegant textured surface on both sides.

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Optix 95 Matte Finish

OPTIX 95 is a continuously processed acrylic sheet with a matte finish on one side.

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Cast Acrylic (Polymethyl methacrylate or PMMA)

Cell cast acrylic is a lightweight, flexible and impact resistant substitute for glass. It has better optical quality and better physical properties than extruded acrylic.

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Plexiglas® Clear-Edge Frosted Acrylic Sheet

Bring a designer edge to retail sales. Attractive and sleek, the sheet is available in a one or two-sided frosted formulation with a dramatic clear edge to buff or bevel.

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Makrolon and VIVAK clear sheet Light Transmission (minimum value)

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VIVAK Copolyester Regulatory Information Sheet

VIVAK Copolyester sheet may lawfully be used as articles or components of articles intended for use in contact with food.

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