Black and White Acrylic

Upgrade your signage and lighting by adding black and white acrylic sheeting. Made of cast acrylic, black/white plexiglass is weather resistant, easily fabricated, lightweight, and has a high impact resistance. Our LED color changing, backlit black and white acrylic sheeting uses a special formula to appear dark during the day, with a bright, white light at night. Black/white plexiglass sheeting is ideal for sign applications when you want your display or advertisement to remain hidden in the light, showing only when the lighting is deployed.
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Black and White Acrylic Sheeting Benefits and Features

Not only does this acrylic sheeting change from black to white, depending on the about of LED light exposure, but this acrylic is also a strong alternative to glass. Just like most of our plexiglass acrylic sheeting products, this acrylic sheet is stronger than traditional glass. This strength makes our acrylic 17 times more impact resistant than traditional glass.

Be sure to look through the rest of our acrylic sheeting products and our specialty sheeting. From our Acrylic Mirrors to our bullet resistant sheeting, A&C Plastics is dedicated to bringing you only the best in acrylic plastic sheeting products. If you are interested in learning more about this industry, be sure to read through our acrylic sheeting information center. If you have any questions be sure to contact us and we will be more than happy to help you. Shop with us today!

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