The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has not only taken over the world but it has also been the main topic of discussion for most of us each day. It’s a surprise if your industry hasn’t been affected by the pandemic, with many businesses needing to furlough their staff or hike up production to meet spikes in demand for products or services.
Whether you’re looking for ways to protect your business, employees or the general public following the COVID-19 pandemic or you’re looking for a more long-term solution to protecting your employees from theft or other harm, acrylic plastic sheets can be used in a variety of different ways.
There's no quicker way to update your kitchen than with brightly coloured kitchen splash backs. More and more homeowners are switching to acrylic splashbacks each year. This fuss-free option is perfect for adding a contemporary feel to an out-dated kitchen or adding life into the heart of the home.
Kitchen splashbacks can add personality and character to a kitchen whilst making it much easier to keep your kitchen clean. A splashback can be the focal point of your kitchen and provides you with a multitude of different styles to choose from.
Chosen for high impact strength and low weight, plastics have thousands of specialist uses. From every day products such as gadgets and electronics, to transport such as cars, aircrafts and boats; polycarbonates and acrylics are very highly dependable.
PVC foam sheet is a lightweight material with good mechanical and insulation properties. A mixture of Polyvinyl chloride and polyurea, foam PVC has a good bond strength and takes a solid shape due to its linear, closed-cell foam structure.
Acrylic has a transparency level of 93%, clearer than glass, making it the perfect material to use for windows. It's commonly used in greenhouses, sheds, skylights and even as secondary glazing in homes.
Acrylic is used for a great number of uses around the home including kitchen wall panels, bathroom splashbacks and even aquariums. Now more than ever homeowners are using acrylic panels as secondary glazing
If you are looking to update your bathroom then acrylic is a good alternative to many kitchen and bathroom surfaces. Acrylic is a useful, clear plastic that resembles glass but has many more added benefits.