Acrylic is a highly versatile material with color variations and thickness and is used to produce countless products due to their high quality, exceptional clarity, ease in processing, exceptional weatherability, strength, clarity, versatility and design flexibility.
Also known as, Polymethyl Methacrylate, is one of the more widely used forms of acrylic. There are a variety grades available such as transparent, translucent opaque and colored with varying levels of heat resistance, light transmissions, impact strength, flow rates and release capabilities.
Acrylic sheets exhibit glass-like qualities through it’s clarity, brilliance, transparency, and translucent attributes. It is also half the weight with up to 10 times the impact resistance. Acrylic can be tinted or colored, mirrored or made opaque with a number of coatings such as scratch resistance, anti-fogging, glare reduction and solar reflectivity.
Acrylic can be formed to virtually any shape due to its incredible ability to soften under extremely high temperatures. It is incredibly durable and has superior weathering properties compared to other plastics.
Acrylic Plastic sheets are used to produce: