Lexan Thermoclear Multiwall polycarbonate sheeting is available in a range
of colours for use in a wide range of commercial, industrial and
domestic applications. Light weight, easy installation, excellent thermal insulation
and solar properties make Lexan Thermoclear sheet and attractive and very cost
effective alternative to glass.
- Covered walkways
- Shopping Centres
- Sports Complexes
- Industrial Glazing
- Swimming Pool Enclosures
Effective thermal insulation
The Kelvin value for 8mm Thermoclear Multiwall is 3.3 and
for 10mm 3.0 - Thicker sheets have still lower K-values.
UV protection to both sides of sheet
Both sides of the sheet have co-extruded UV protection to provide
high resistance to yellowing and the damaging effects of UV radiation. This
feature eliminates the problem of sheets being installed with an unprotected
surface exposed to the weather with resultant UV damage. Angle cuts can be reversed,
so there is also an economic gain when cutting requirements are high.
The span between battens or supports should not exceed the above
Above figures based on 900N/M2. For installation
in high wind areas,
please contact Ampelite.
|Clear, Opal, Bronze, Grey
|Available lengths: 2m, 2.5m, 3.0m,
3.5m, 4.0m, 4.5m, 5.0m, 6.0m, 7.0m.
Light and Total Solar Transmission
Generally the minimum radius is 1.75m.
TRANSMISSION: For a period of ten years from the time of purchase, the
sheet is warranted not to lose more than 2% of light transmission of that when
new. The test method to assess loss of light transmission will be ASTMD
IMPACT RESISTANCE: For a period of
10 years from the time of purchase, the sheet is warranted not to fracture under
the impact of hail measuring up to 25mm in diameter. Damage caused by the
impact of objects other than hail is excluded from this warranty.
The full ten year limited Warranty is available from
Ampelite state offices.
It is the purchaser's responsibility to obtain the details of the warranty
offered in addition to consumer rights conveyed by Government regulations. Any
warranty claim must be made in writing to an Ampelite office.