DIY Guide for Corrugated Polycarbonate Panels

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Corrugated polycarboante sheets are considered as an outstanding roofing material as they combine terrific physical properties. They are highly preferred for making noncorrosive industrial structural roofing and siding. Additionally, homeowners prefer these sheets for various DIY application as they offer high impact strength and wide service temperature range. The high light transmission and unlimited range of profiles of corrugated polycarbonate sheets allow users to integrate them as a superior quality roof light application.


These polycarbonate sheets are available in a wide variety of colors, therefore they not only can save your property from harsh sunlight or chilly weather, but also enhance overall appearance of your property. Following are some reasons you must consider these corrugated sheets:

  • Impact resistant: virtually unbreakable
  • Transparent: up to 90%LT
  • Weather and UV resistant
  • Wide service temperature range
  • Blocks 99.9% of harmful UV
  • Lightweight
  • Good flammability rating
  • Extensive warranty
  • Easy to work with and install


Generally, these sheets are used to manufacture architectural roofing and skylights, industrial roof lights, agricultural green houses, residential and commercial roofing, light roofing and awning. Corrugated polycarbonate sheets are virtually unbreakable and lightweight. They are designed to match the specific profiles of metal sheets in steel manufacturing plant. You can easily clean these sheets, and as they are unbreakable, you will remain tension free about its durability and life.

Corrugated polycarbonate sheets

Corrugated polycarbonate sheets are supplied with a UV (ultra-violet) protected surface. With a light transmission of up to 90% of clear sheets, these polycarbonate sheets have equal optical property as compared to glass. The panels has over 92% light transmission, and rigid with impact resistance. These sheets are treated with a factory applied condensation control which causes water to spread into a thin sheet and eliminate condensation drop formation, and able to retain a superior level of transparency.

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Angela Yang

Hi, I'm Angela. After being in plastic(mostly polycarbonate) industry for more than 10 years, I found there are much knowledge about polycarbonate sheet or film to share with everyone. So I decided to create a site where I could help people who are not familiar with polycarbonate sheet and other plastic sheet to know more about this material. Polycarbonate uses very wide in many industries. I hope you can find things intresting in this site and it can help you to know more about plastic.

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