Our range of acrylic sheets are versatile which means that they can be cut, bent, drilled, shaped, router cut, laser cut, moulded and machined to your exact requirements. Acrylic sheet has many brand names which include Plexiglas, acrylic, Acrycast and Policril.
UV stabilised sheets which are available in a range of colours and these can be applied to kitchen or bathroom splashbacks, wall panelling, display cabinets etc.
- Low Cost
- Easy to clean and maintain
- UV Stable ensuring the products will not discolour
- Stronger than glass and less than half the weight
- Excellent Chemical Resistance
- Fantastic Themal Insulation
- Protective film on both sides of the sheet
- Acrylic Splashbacks
- Secondary Glazing
- Creamhouse Glazing
- Shed Glazing
- Display Cases
- Model Making
- Point Of Sale
- Windows and Doors
- Boat Aand Motorcycle Windows
- Exhibition Stands
Some of these services include:
- CNC Cutting
- Laser Cutting
- Line Bending
To enquire about of these services please email us @ firstname.lastname@example.org
What is the difference between acrylic and perspex
acrylic is a brand name for acrylic sheet, other brand names for acrylic sheets are Plexiglass, Policril, Greencast, plus many others
Can acrylic be used behind a hob
Acrylic can be used for kitchen splashbacks but should not be used behind the hob as it has a low fire rating and could potentially melt. We recommend using aluminium composite behind the hob
How do you clean acrylic sheet?
Do not use household chemicals on th sheet as the sheets could react to certain chemicals, we recommend using warm soapy water with a non abrasive cloth or use our range of cleaning products
Can acrylic be used outside?
Yes acrylic can be used outside our range of acrylic products have a 10 year guarantee against discolouration of the sheets
How can you cut acrylic?
Yes you can cut acrylic sheet at home using a range of tools, but we offer a cut to size service on all of our products. If you require further information on cutting at home refer to our F.A.Q page
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