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Polycarbonate Sheet - Cut to Size & Shape

Discover an outstanding range of top-quality polycarbonate products with The Plastic People.

Here you’ll find multiwall, twinwall and solid polycarbonate sheets that can be used for a variety of different purposes.

Polycarbonate products from The Plastic People can be used in the garden or anywhere else suitable around the home. From sheds and greenhouse panels, to polycarbonate sheeting that can be bent, shaped, drilled and customised to meet your specific needs – there are many reasons why polycarbonate is an excellent choice.

Read more about the benefits of polycarbonate sheets and other polycarbonate products:
  • Polycarbonate sheeting is a clear plastic with glass-like clarity – which makes it a high-quality alternative for a number of different reasons.
  • Polycarbonate sheets are around 200x stronger than glass.
  • Polycarbonate sheets are less than half the weight of glass.
  • Polycarbonate sheeting is therefore much easier to use and move around when installing it around your garden or home.
  • Polycarbonate sheets and polycarbonate panels can be bought to the exact measurements you require. This means we can supply exactly what you need for your personal project – cutting down on wastage and making the sheets easier for you to work with as a result.
  • Clear polycarbonate sheets from The Plastic People are also UV protected to provide years of protection from any potential sun damage when used outdoors.
Rest assured that you’re in safe hands with us when it comes to all things polycarbonate.

As expert polycarbonate sheeting suppliers, we’re confident that you’ll join many happy customers after shopping with us.

It’s completely free to get a quote. All you need to do is enter your personal specifications as displayed in the quote calculator.

If you’re happy with the price, feel free to proceed and purchase your chosen type and size of polycarbonate online from The Plastic People today.

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Where Can Polycarbonate Be Used?

As mentioned above, polycarbonate is useful for a number of reasons – and can be utilised for different things around your home or garden.

With The Plastic People, our clear polycarbonate sheets are actually UV protected – which makes them an excellent choice for outdoor use.

This therefore makes them ideal for safe, cold frame glazing, sheds and garden storage.

Clear polycarbonate sheets when cut to the desired size or shape can be used as secondary glazing to make windows and door around your home much more secure if needed. Twinwall and multiwall polycarbonate sheets are more than suitable for roof glazing – providing remarkable impact resistance, long-term weather durability, and high levels of light transmission and heat insulation.

Polycarbonate roofing sheets also work well in the form of patio covers, swimming pool covering, conservatory roofing, carports and canopies – whilst polycarbonate greenhouse sheets are simply the perfect alternative to outdoor glass.

 

As well as being lightweight, robust and durable, our polycarbonate sheets also come with a 10 year guarantee against yellowing, ageing and hailstone damage. Therefore, you needn’t worry too much about your investment becoming weathered over time after being exposed to the elements.
 

What Is the Difference between Polycarbonate and Acrylic?


Polycarbonate and acrylic are both similar in the sense that they are both clear plastics.

Although they are both very stronger than glass, polycarbonate is actually stronger than acrylic. While acrylic is 10x more impact resistant than glass, polycarbonate is 200x more impact resistant than glass.

Acrylic is strong, whereas polycarbonate is virtually indestructible – hence why it’s often used for making police riot shields, for instance.

Polycarbonate can also handle higher temperatures than acrylic – which can be used at temperatures up to 140 degrees Fahrenheit at short bursts.

When it comes to cleaning both plastics, it’s advised to clean acrylic with warm, soapy water. However, it’s also worth bearing in mind that neither acrylic or polycarbonate should be cleaned with solvents.
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