A layman is unable to distinguish between the Polycarbonate and fiberglass sheet. There is no doubt in saying Polycarbonate is the advanced development over Fiberglass. Today, Polycarbonate is considered versatile in worldwide industrial applications for both outdoor and indoor applications.
Polycarbonate roofing profiles are opaque and translucent, but they allow passing the light; this is the primary feature of fiberglass enclosures over Polycarbonate. Its installation takes less time, charged a cheap cost, last but not least contains various designs with multiple colors looks stunning.
Direct exposure to UV rays is detrimental for the skin as it can cause skin cancer, eyes irritation, etc. To avoid this direct intact, Sola-Safe polycarbonate sheeting can be installed at places where natural light and exposure to sunlight is avoided. Its installation can provide children’s outdoor play area, enhance the family lifestyle, and boost property worth.
Variants in Sola-Safe Polycarbonate Sheeting.
These sheets are customized based on their heat-absorbing capacity.
- Level 1: Offers five different colors with minimum sunlight halting capacity.
- Level 2: Offers two more fabulous colors with an excellent balance between light and heat.
- Level 3: Contains light-reflecting technology, so it provides excellent heat-reducing properties.
Why Sola-Safe Polycarbonate Sheeting?
Sola-Safe polycarbonate sheeting is manufactured from heat-resistant and light-reflecting technology to provide optimum results. Moreover, these are lightweight, so designed that they are compatible to use and easy to handle and install. It’s stable at temperatures of -40 to +110 degrees centigrade.
Key features of Polycarbonate and Fiberglass
- Available in a range of roofing and walling profiles
- High light transmission
- Lightweight sheets
- Allows Enclosure Modifications
- UV protection