Poly methyl methacrylate or acrylic is a transparent thermoplastic. AAA acrylic sheets are able to withstand harsh weather conditions, including UV radiation. These sheets maintain their optical properties for several years and are suitable for industries such as construction and signange. acrylic’s mechanical and optical properties make it an excellent replacement for glass.

High transparency Harsh weather resistant Good light transmission High impact strength Light weight
Advertising and signage applications POP display and shop fixtures Architecture Furniture and accessories
Glossy / Matte / Textured / Embossed / Prismatic
Clear, White, Light Diffuser, Black. Custom colors upon order
2 mm to 20 mm
1220x1830, 1220x2440, 2050x3050 mm Custom sizes and colours available on order
Anti-glare Anti-glare sheets are shatter resistant, lightweight and ideal for glazing. They are suitable for signage, silk-screening and POP displays. Anti-scratch Scratch resistant sheets provide good protection against scratches. They are suitable for retail displays, table tops and door panels. High Impact PMMA. Acrylic sheets modified for high impact strength are much harder than normal acrylic sheets or glass sheets of the same thickness. These sheets are suitable for signage, displays, skylights and other transportation purposes.
Feature Method Value Unit
Density ASTM D-792 1.19 g/cm3
Tensile strength at yield ASTM D-638 78 MPa
Tensile strength at breakage ISO 527 82 MPa
Tensile strength at breakage ISO 527 4.8 MPa
Elongation to breakage ISO 527 3,200 MPa
Tensile modulus of elasticity ISO 527 120 MPa
Flexural strength ISO 178 0.5 MPa
Charpy impact strength notched ISO 179 20 MPa
Charpy impact strength un-notched ISO 179 92 MPa
Rockwell hardness, M / R scale 185 MPa
Ball pressure hardness ISO 203 82 MPa
Light transmission ASTM D-1003 91 %
Refractive Index ASTM D-542 1,489
Maximum Service temperature 79 °C
VICAT Softening temperature ISO 306, 10 N 115 °C
VICAT Softening temperature ISO 306, 10 N 107 °C
Heat deflection temperature, HDT A ISO 75-2, 1.8 MPa 98 °C
Heat deflection temperature HDT B ISO 75-2, 0.45 MPa 102 °C
Coefficient of linear thermal expansion ISO 75-2 7 ×10-5/C

These data correspond to raw material values