Polycarbonate as the material of weather shield windows has high stiffness and strength at the extreme, so that polycarbonate is ideal to use in applications that are most likely affected by the collision. Polycarbonate resilience to impact 200 times stronger than glass material / glass and 30 times stronger than polycarbonate clear acrylic that offers a better level of security than other materials. For the polycarbonate widely applied as a window or glass partition resistant / anti-burst at crowded public areas, areas affected by high winds,the windows of vehicles / heavy equipment, and others.
Polycarbonate as weather shield windows has an ideal combination, which is lighter (half the weight of glass) but has a high strength so it can save structural design. Polycarbonate sheet is very resilient, although so can easily be cut and shaped into a curve without the thermal forming process; it is difficult / impossible to glass or acrylic material (brittle). Shatterproof polycarbonate and has a thermal insulation properties make it an ideal choice for skylights / roofing. Polycarbonate displays excellent clarity, and has a light transmission ranging 82-90% (depending on thickness). Polycarbonate has protected anti-UV protection to provide resistance to weather and resist the effects of direct solar radiation.
Polycarbonate as weather shield windows is very good for electrical applications, because of the nature of the insulation. Has a dielectric strength and high electrical resistance. Polycarbonate is suitable for use in some parts of electrical equipment, electrical housing,switchboards and others. Polycarbonate is the right choice when engineers require electrical insulation properties, shock resistance, high temperature resistance and transparency.
Plus its lightweight, strength to the risk of collision and breakage resistance make it perfect.Polycarbonate is resistant to hot ambient temperatures. Polycarbonate has a resistance temperature of about 130 ° C. Applications such as the lighting system with halogen lamps require high heat generating parts housing, reflector, and lenses that can withstand high temperatures. The use of high temperature resistant material and light weight design allows better flexibility than the use of traditional materials such as glass or metal.
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