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What Makes Polycarbonate Superior To Fiberglass - Tuflite Polymers

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What Makes Polycarbonate Superior To Fiberglass - Tuflite Polymers

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  1. What Makes Polycarbonate Superior To Fiberglass – TuflitePolymers The debate of whether polycarbonate is better or fiber glass for construction of roofs has been going on since a long time. Although both have their own pros and cons, and distinctions, you need to be able to choose on one of the materials when you are planning for a roof construction or renovation. And, as polycarbonate sheet manufacturers, professionals know that polycarbonate will definitely prove to be superior to fiberglass. And, this is not because they deal with polycarbonate sheets, but because this is the universal truth. Polycarbonate beats fiberglass in various aspects, which you can read about in this blog, and decide whether what we say is right orwrong. Polycarbonate looks better thanfiberglass Polycarbonates have a much cleaner and fresher look as compared to fiberglass. Even with the passage of time, when the sheets are exposed to the harshest of environmental elements, polycarbonates maintain their clean look, while fiberglass tends to start looking dull relatively faster. Irrespective to the number and types of modifications made to it, polycarbonate always maintains its clean look, which fiberglass doesnot.

  2. Polycarbonate can be better modified as compared to fiberglass When you want to cut holes or drill your sheets for wires, antennae, or to fix nuts and bolts into them, you will have a much easier time working with polycarbonate. This is because this material maintains its clean look even when cut or drilled; and it doesn't even produce any harmful shards. Fiberglass, on the other hand, is more difficult to work with because you will need to cut a hole in the enclosure and install a polycarbonate window, which ultimately makes the enclosure weaker. And, it also produces granular dust that can irritate the skin and eyes, and is dangerous when inhaled. To add to this, cleaning up the mess made when cutting/drilling polycarbonate is much easier and faster when compared to that in the case offiberglass. Polycarbonate is resistant to UV light, unlikefiberglass When exposed to the UV rays of the sun, fiberglass panels easily fade away. And, with time, prolonged exposure causes the fibers to deteriorate, leading to further fading. On the contrary, polycarbonate has no fibers, which means no deterioration and no fading. Moreover, polycarbonate sheetscome with a special UV protection layer on one side. So, all of these results in polycarbonate to maintain its color. Moreover, deterioration causes weakening of fiberglass, which is not possible in the case of polycarbonate, thus having it to stay strong and sturdy. Polycarbonate can resist impact, unlikefiberglass Polycarbonate is made with a chemical reaction of BPA and COCl2, making it highly strong, so much so that the material is used to make bulletproof windows! So, you can imagine the material’s strength and impact resistance. In fact, polycarbonate has more than four times the impact resistance of fiberglass. Where the tensile strength of fiberglass is 220 pounds that of polycarbonate is 900 pounds per squareinch! Other amazing features that will have to choose polycarbonate over fiberglass include flexibility, water absorbency, chemical resistance, and great temperature range. So now that you have decided to opt for polycarbonates, you can approach reliable and experienced polycarbonate sheet manufacturerslike Tuflite Polymers for purchasing any kinds of polycarbonates. For more information visit: TuflitePolymers