Characteristics and application areas of Acrylic


Acrylic is a generic term for acrylic and methacrylic c […]

Acrylic is a generic term for acrylic and methacrylic chemicals, commonly known as "specially treated plexiglass." In the field of plastics, acrylic refers to polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA), a thermoplastic engineering plastic with excellent overall properties, mostly used in the form of sheets for outdoor and indoor signage. In the application industry, its materials generally appear in the form of granules, plates, pipes and the like.

Acrylic characteristics: excellent optical properties (transparency of 92%); high surface gloss, bright color, fullness, smooth and flat, good hardness; chemical resistance; stable and not easy to deform; comprehensive product range, colorful colors And a variety of different surface effects; stable physical properties (easy to form, strong plasticity); weather resistance, strong UV resistance, not easy to oxidize (high resistance to high and low temperature deformation resistance to high temperature 70 degrees, low temperature 50 degrees); green, waste The material can be recycled and reused; excellent surface hardness and scratch resistance; easy to clean and maintain; no fading, loss of light or opening in the outdoor 5-8 years. Excellent impact resistance, suitable for installation in a relatively safe area. It is light in weight and requires low load on the building body and the support.

Application areas:
A: Aerospace industry
B: Highway
C: Civilian industry
D: Advertising industry
E: Sanitary industry
F: Other advertising forms