Reinforced Multiwall Polycarbonate Sheets have layers and slanting braces for increased overall loading capacity. These sheets can support greater purlin distances, reduce usage of accessories to the maximum, enabling architects to have more freedom in choosing the materials.
The Reinforced Multilayer structure increases heat preservation and insulation, resulting in lower U-value compared to Twinwall sheet with same thickness.
The slanting brace brings positive effects to the lateral stability of multiwall sheets, making the overall structure more reasonable.
Compared to 2-layer hollow sheets, multilayer structure hollow sheets have a higher impact resistance and better heat insulation, capable of sustaining more stringent climate to be widely used in all kinds of constructions.
- Light weight and impact resistance – Half weight of general glass but 30 times of impact resistance.
- High thermal insulation – Co-extruded UV layer blocks harmful UV radiation.
- Weather and fire resistance – Good weather resistance and high fire performance rating.
- Tough structure – Impact resistance in 30 times as much as the common glasses.
- Heat Insulation – Multi layer structure forms the cavity to strengthen the insulation function. It has a lower U value compared with the ordinary panels with same thickness.
- Stability – 50 micron meter coating can effectively protect it from ultraviolet rays to avoid aging.
- Workshop/storehouse skylights
- Walkways / Carpots
- Gymnasiums skylights
- Green house coverings
- Indoor partition
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