Corrugated polycarbonate panels are made from a composite material that consists of plastic and fiberglass. These types of panels are typically used in the installation of greenhouses and other outdoor enclosures that allow pass to pass through. The material is cheaper to install than glass and provides a comparable look for your outdoor structure. Corrugated polycarbonate panels are also installed in roofs and can be used in the same manner as corrugated metal panels that are installed in a metal roof.
Some Features of Corrugated Polycarbonate Panels
The material used in corrugated polycarbonate panels, including PVC, makes it a virtually unbreakable building material that can have a limitless number of applications in commercial, industrial and residential construction projects. The material can be dent-resistant and resist cracking in much the same manner that glass and other materials breaks and cracks. Not only are polycarbonate panels durable, they can resist chemicals and ultra violet rays from the sun, which can degrade building material over time, causing it to loose some of its integrity.
Corrugated polycarbonate panels can be fabricated into different colors and styles as well as sizes in order to fit the requirements of your building project, whether the material is being used as a light conductor or roofing material.