Polycarbonate Sheet

Polycarbonate sheet is as clear as glass and 250 times stronger. It's also 30 times stronger than acrylic sheet - offering a margin of safety that no other clear glazing material can beat. With its inherent design flexibility, polycarbonate can be cut or cold-formed on site during installation without the pre-forming and fabrication associated with glass or acrylic. It is lightweight and requires less structural support compared to all-glass systems, saving additional time and labor costs. Of course, its durability and energy efficiency add up to long-term cost savings, too.

Need wholesale pricing information on any of our polycarbonate products? Request a quote now or give us a call today at (888) 702-6028. 

Clear GP Sheet Protect your property from vandalism and intentional breakage with our Clear GP Polycarbonate Sheet. Featuring high performance and economy, Makrolon GP is superior to any product in its class.
Clear SL Sheet Built for longevity, these enhanced UV-resistant polycarbonate sheets are the perfect choice if you want extended service life and color-shifting resistance. Clear SL Polycarbonate sheeting is great for withstanding harsh environments.
Clear SL2 Sheet Essentially the same product as our Clear SL Polycarbonate Sheet, clear SL2 polycarbonate features UV protection on both sides of the sheet for applications where you need UV-resistance from all angles.
Colored Polycarbonate From colored walkways to thermoformed skylights, our Makrolon SL and GP colored polycarbonate sheet can endure harsh environmental conditions with industry leading color-shifting resistance and extended service life.
Polycarbonate Mirror Whether you work in security or the automotive industry, polycarbonate mirror plastic sheeting is ideal for applications that require a mirrored surface with high heat resistance and impact strength.
Reel Stock Our polycarbonate sheeting reel stock is ideal for oversized jobs such as greenhouses and signage where a single sheet of polycarbonate is required. Our sheeting is easily thermoformed, decorated, or fabricated.
Tinted Polycarbonate

Tinted polycarbonate allows you to extend the life of your plastic sheeting, ensure privacy, and reduce UV light. Buy tinted polycarbonate today!

White Polycarbonate

Our white polycarbonate sheeting is an ideal choice for aquariums, lighting, signage and many more applications. Very popular in manufacturing environments and schools for glazing. 

Think of all the places that you wish you could have put glass or plexiglass in your designs, but could not due to the environment, building location, or material limitations. Now think of the demanding applications where glass and acrylic have been tried and failed; schools, psychiatric facilities, subways, bus shelters —the list is growing due to increased violence and vandalism. Think of applications where other plastics won’t rise to the challenge. Now try polycarbonate sheet and make your designs a reality.

Makrolon Polycarbonate for any Industrial Application

When considering total life cycle costs, MAKROLON sheet comes in several grades to suit your every performance requirement: MAKROLON GP for general glazing and industrial applications, MAKROLON SL for increased UV protection, MAKROLON AR when abrasion resistance, impact strength and graffiti removal are essential, and HYGARD laminates for certified containment glazing and bullet resistant protection.

Qualities of Polycarbonate Sheet

Although polycarbonate sheeting is often more costly, it will save you in the long run due to its higher level of impact resistance. By using acrylic sheet in an application that is more suited for polycarbonate, there is a likely chance you will have to replace it or fix it sooner than if you used polycarbonate sheeting. There are additional cost savings in shipping and handling, as well as structural support. 

Polycarbonate is less rigid than acrylic sheeting and can be bought in a variety of flexible grades. Additionally, it can be cold formed or bent without heating. If heat is needed or you are using it in a hot location, polycarbonate sheet can withstand temperatures up to 240 degrees Fahrenheit and has a low level of flammability.

There are drawbacks to using polycarbonate such as its initial cost. Additionally, polycarbonate is easier to scratch and dent and has a low level of resistance to cleaners.

Ask about our wholesale polycarbonate sheet pricing or get a custom quote by calling (888) 702-6028 or filling out a form

The best types of polycarbonate sheets to use in your next project or build are

  • Clear GP Sheet
  • Bulletproof Polycarbonate
  • Clear SL Sheet
  • Clear SL2 Sheet (Double sided)
  • Colored Polycarbonate
  • Mirror Sheet
  • Colored Polycarbonate
  • Tinted Polycarbonate
  • Abrasion-Resistant
  • Anti-Static Polycarbonate
  • And More!

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