White Acrylic Plastic Sheets
White acrylic sheeting is ideal for applications requiring the beauty and clarity of acrylic where a traditionally higher impact product is required. White acrylic sheets maintain their consistent clear edge color before and after fabrication, giving fixtures and displays the desired elegance that is lost with other impact modified plastics that impart an "industrial" look.
Why Choose White Acrylic Sheets?
White acrylic is the prefered material for a wide range of industries:
- Automotive and Transportation
- Interior Design
Just like clear acrylic sheeting, white acrylic sheets are popular for many applications. A&C Plastics carries cell cast, continuous cast and extruded white acrylic sheeting, from a variety of brands, including TruCast and Optix.
The material's impact resistance, light weight, UV-resistance and optical clarity all make it a top choice for both indoor and outdoor projects. White acrylic sheeting maintains the same structural integrity as clear acrylic plexiglass, just with an opaque or translucent white finish.
White acrylic is often used for applications that require backlighting, such as commercial signage or POP displays. Furniture products often use white acrylic sheeting to achieve the brilliant and elegant finish that customers look for in home decor. White acrylic plastic is also commonly used for:
- Photo light tables
- X-ray film readers
- Drawing tables
Advantages of White Acrylic
White acrylic sheet combines strength, durability and scratch resistance which allows it to withstand heavy use. Other benefits include:
- Impact Resistant
- Optical Clarity
- Appropriate for Indoor and Outdoor Use
- High Structural Integrity
FAQs About White Acrylic
Have questions? We're here to help! If you can't find the answer below, you can check our FAQ page or reach out to your sales representative.
Does Your White Acrylic Sheeting Come With a Warranty?
White acrylic sheets come with a manufacturer's warranty against defects, including color variations, foreign objects in the resin and thickness tolerance. Although there is no specific guaranteed product life, years of anecdotal evidence support white acrylic plastic as a long lasting material well-suited for signage, construction, windows and general indoor and outdoor uses.
Do You Offer Cutting or Fabrication of White Acrylic Sheets?
Yes. A&C Plastics offers a multitude of custom cutting and fabricating services, from close-tolerance cutting to turn-key fabricated displays. Our largest saw is currently 18’ x 18’. No job is too big or too small for us to tackle. Please contact your representative for details.
Do You Offer Same Day Shipping of White Acrylic?
In stock white acrylic plastic items can ship the same day. However, some of our extremely large white acrylic sheeting might require a special truck, leading to longer shipping times. But, in most other cases, as long as you place the order before 2 pm, we can provide same day shipping.
A&C Plastics' White Acrylic Is a Cut Above the Rest
For the past 40 years, A&C Plastics has been your "partner in plastic." Our experienced and dedicated team is here to help you get the exact white acrylic sheeting you need, when you need it. We are able to cater to any size business and pride ourselves in providing an unparalleled variety of in-stock acrylic sheets and other materials, colors and sizes, while maintaining our friendly customer service. If you have any questions, please contact us and we'll be glad to help.
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