Thursday, 23 November 2017
ETFE (Ethylene Tetraflouroethylene) is a polymer that is popularly seen to be replacing plastic and other similar materials for creating roofing and other structures. Its tremendous and amazingly unique properties have led it to become one of the most sought after materials in the construction industry today, which is why we see a list of ETFE suppliers in India today. In fact, it is tagged as the most efficient roof material today, and will remain to be so in the future too. It is used across a wide range of industries like educational institutes, government buildings, hospitals, recreational structures, and many other commercial and industrial applications. Let us take a look at some of the best properties of ETFE that provide amazing benefits to its users.
Thursday, 9 November 2017
As the name suggests, multiwall polycarbonates are those polycarbonate sheets that have multiple walls. Instead of a single layer, when the polycarbonate has two layers of sheets combined, it is known as Twinwall Polycarbonate; and when the layers are three or more, it is known as Multiwall Polycarbonate. These multiwall polycarbonates come in a variety of thicknesses. So, what is it that makes polycarbonate multiwallsheets better than any other transparent roofing material? Why should you choose multiwall polycarbonate sheets for your application? Here is your answer.
Thursday, 2 November 2017
First built in the 16th century, and becoming more popular in the 19th century, conservatories began being traditionally built, attached to the house on one side to grow citrus fruits, tropical plants, and flower displays. They began being used as glasshouses to geodesic domes to social usage and more. Initially, it was only glass being used to build such conservatories, but today, other materials like polycarbonates are also being used. Whether being built in private gardens or parks or botanical institutions, these beautiful structures are being built with various materials in different designs. So, if you are also planning to build a conservatory anywhere around the world, you would also wonder as to which material to use – traditional glass or contemporary polycarbonate. Worry not! We have the answer to this question.