F.A.Q

1What is the use of a system polycarbonate (poly-panel) polypropylene sheet?
This product, especially for coatings with sandwich panels and metal sheets with various designs, is used in niches and industrial halls, and can cover all the ceilings and the body in a transverse or longitudinal manner.
2Is the use of polycarbonate economically economical in terms of energy consumption?
Yes, for example, if instead of glass we use a 6-millimeter thick Lexane sheet, about 22 cubic meters of gas per square meter of window are saved.
3How do you determine the thickness of a polycarbonate sheet, depending on the thickness of the polycarbonate sheet?
The choice of thickness depends on several factors, including the permissible thermal load of the building, the mechanical load on the sheet and the amount of sound insulation required. Based on these, we choose the thickness of the appropriate Lexon sheet for a particular project.
4Is it necessary to install special frame and frame systems for the installation of polycarbonate sheets?
For the installation and use of Lexane, and for the maintenance of the maintenance of the specific details, it should be noted that you will be reminded if necessary. But in order to ensure the proper operation of the structures and frames, as well as the sealing system, you can safely apply the design, calculation, fabrication, profiling, and installation of the shading company completely.
5How can polycarbonate sheets reduce the intensity of sound?
The polycarbonate compressive structure, as well as the specific molecular arrangement of this polymer, causes the sound energy to be wasted in this material. That is, part of the acoustic energy comes from the use of polycarbonate molecular movements, and as a result, only the remaining audio part can pass through the polycarbonate sheet. To measure the intensity of sound, one dB unit is used. This unit of measurement is based on the human hearing threshold. For more information on this unit, please refer to the table below.
6How to clean polycarbonate sheets?
To clean lexan, you can periodically clean sheets with lukewarm water or cloth or soft sponge. After cleaning the sheets, dry them with a soft cloth to avoid staining of water and dust on the sheets. If the sheet is not cleaned with this method, you can clean it with a dilute solution of water and soap. The use of other detergents may damage the lexan sheet or its anti UV coating.
7Polycarbonate sheets Are scratch-resistant?
Scrubber is a completely relative problem, and any material against the material is harder than itself, and can not be used for the current material of the word scratch. Instead, they are resistant to scratches. Lexan sheets have been designed to keep their resistance to scratches as high as possible. Their Margard types have the highest resistance to scratches.
8Why are polycarbonate sheets more expensive than other sheets?
First, the polycarbonate material itself can not create unique lexan properties, but process conditions, advanced devices and special additives that are used at the GE General Electric Company's factories make such sheets of polycarbonate granules. And the technology used in the General Electric Factory is expensive technology. Secondly, materials that are used to repel lexan sheets against UV rays are ultra-high-quality absorbent materials. And the use of these materials to influence Lexan sheets has a huge impact on price increases. In any case, if polycarbonate sheets are used, lower utilization technology, or ultraviolet absorbing materials, may be used. You can make a cheaper polycarbonate sheet, but General Electric GE never sacrifices its quality.
9In the case of applications for polycarbonate sheets, can other polymer sheets be used? Do you mean: are there any other polymer sheets that can be used for polycarbonate sheets? 104/5000 In the case of applications for polycarbonate sheets, can other polymer sheets be used?
Usually, in the applications for polycarbonate sheets, the best choice is polycarbonate. Other transparent polyester sheets, such as acrylic sheets and PVC, have other applications and are basically different from lexan. For example, in some applications, acrylic décor is more appropriate for its own clarity, luminosity and specificity. In a brief explanation, it can be said that acrylic sheets have less than one fifth of the impact resistance, lexan, fracture being broken down and produce sharp edges. Their impact resistance decreases at high and low temperatures, they spread the flame, they collapse against the yellow sun and lose their appearance, but they are easy to cut and install and have their own applications. PVC sheets also have a small impact resistance at low temperatures, and they are not very good at light temperatures, although they burn too late, but if they ignite, it produces toxic gas and produces a chloride acid in the human lung.