You need to choose a material that is strong and durable, and one that can stand up to extreme temperatures and harsh environments. You also need a roof that looks great to add to the overall value of your home.
If you want a roof that will incorporate all these features into one, then consider polycarbonate roofing in the UK. Polycarbonate roofing sheets are available in various depths, compositions, and are manufactured from high impact polypropylene resin.
With that said, below are applications that require special polycarbonate sheets.
Some scientific environments struggle to avoid static energy, due to its ability to harm equipment thus affecting the results of their tests and experiments. Therefore, if you are looking for a roofing option for an area whose environment requires strict control, then these sheets are the way to go.
The sheets are coated with a mixture of plastic and metal to prevent the generation of the harmful static electricity. These coating also enhances the chemical resistance property of polycarbonate.
If you are setting up a structure in a brutal environment, you may consider polycarbonate bulletproof sheet varieties.
It is popularly referred to as bulletproof glass, characterized by a thick, high-resistance pane. This sheet is popularly used in the banking industry, correctional industries, security and law enforcement industry.
Abrasion Resistant Polycarbonate
Unfortunately, some polycarbonate types are more prone to scratching and abrasion compared with glass and plastic. Luckily, this polycarbonate category comes in handy to fix this shortfall.
These sheets are flexible and resilient making them suitable for use in correctional facilities, hospitals, schools, or any other place that is prone to abrasion.
The above descriptions cover a small application part of polycarbonate sheets. There are other industrial, commercial, indoor, and outdoor applications of these sheets. Other popular applications include impenetrable windows, retail store shelves, and household applications among others.