Domer Durapoll is a polycarbonate solid sheet with extraordinary durability, strength, and heat resistance. Virtually unbreakable and it can be extruded with vibrant opaque colors or transparent and translucent shades and surface treatments.
Domer Durapol polycarbonate sheet is available in a wide range of tints and colors from glass-clear transparent polycarbonate sheets to opaque, and different levels of clarity, light transmission, and light diffusion to meet all your requirements. Domer polycarbonate sheets are also available with one or two layers of UV resistance co-extruded layers to provide an excellent outdoor weathering performance.
A unique combination of properties in Domer Durapoll polycarbonate solid sheets can be customized achieving advanced solutions for architectural glazing, interior decorations, sound barriers, partitions, signage, security glazing, manufacturing, and DIY applications.
- Lightweight: Only half weight of glass, reducing building weights and saving on delivery and installation costs.
- Excellent impact strength: 200 times more impact resistance than glass.
- High clarity: Up to 91% light transmission in clear.
- Flame retardancy: Self-extinguishing, does not encourage flames.
- Excellent print quality and ink adhesion.
- Weatherability: Co-extruded UV layer on one or both sides.
- Architectural Glazing
- Interior Decoration
- Sound Barriers
- Security Glazing
Domer Durapoll polycarbonate sheets provides 200 times more impact resistant than glass with less than half the weight and can be cold bent, fabricated, or thermoformed making them ideal for construction, industrial, manufacturing, or other applications.
Domer Durapoll polycarbonate sheets can be processed with special resins or high-tech coatings for fire resistance, solar control, anti-condensation, or hard-coated polycarbonate sheets.
Also available in different textures as embossed, frosted, diamond, or prismatic.
|Durapoll||UV stablized polycarbonate sheet for general purposes|
|Durapoll UV||Co-extruded UV protection layer on one side for outdoor applications|
|Durapoll 2UV||Co-extruded UV protection layer on both sides for outdoor applications|
|Durapoll MUV||Co-extruded matte UV on one side|
|Durapoll FR A*||Fire retardant polycarbonate sheet comforming to ASTM E84 Class A|
|Durapoll FR BS*||Fire retardant polycarbonate sheet comforming to BS 476-7 Class 1|
|Durapoll CP*||Polycarbonate coil|
|Durapoll EM*||Embossed surface on one side|
|Durapoll NC*||Noise control treatment|
|Durapoll AR*||Abrasion resistant surface|
|Durapoll SC*||Solar control polycarbonate sheet heat-blocking|
|Durapoll DC*||Double color polycarbonate sheet|
|Durapoll PS*||Corrugated polycarbonate sheet|
Polycarbonate is often used in construction due to its transparency, lightweight, high impact resistance and excellent insulation both sound and heat. Available as a flat sheet, dome, panel system or corrugated sheet, polycarbonate has a wide range of roofing and glazing applications such as airports, stadiums, warehouses, retail malls or greenhouses.
Daylight is always associated with improved mood, enhanced morale and less fatigue. Studies suggest that environments with nature have a direct impact on increasing the productivity and satisfaction of students and employees. Moreover, introducing daylight into your building will reduce the number of artificial lights reducing your electricity cost from 15 to 40 percent.
Polycarbonate sheets have 200 times more impact resistance than glass, being virtually unbreakable while weighing half of the weight. Multiwall sheets are more than 85% lighter than glass having up to 60% better heat insulation and allowing to reduction the structural requirements. Polycarbonate will never shatter, and it is weather-resistant due to its co-extruded UV protection layer.
Polycarbonate offers excellent properties compared to glass in life expectancy, impact-resistant, light weight, heat insulation and maneuvering.
Acrylic and Polycarbonate are half the weight of comparably sized glass by volume and both materials are stronger than glass. Acrylic sheeting is shinier, more manageable than polycarbonate and can be polished both for scratches and clean edges
Polycarbonate sheet is stronger, more flexible, can be drilled without cracking, and is non-flammable.
Acrylic is commonly used in furniture, signage, light covers, and medical technologies while polycarbonate is used as skylights, machinery guard, sound reduction barriers, or Safety and vandal-resistant windows.