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Liteglaze Acrylic Sheets 1200 x 1200 x 2mm

Liteglaze Acrylic Sheet
Length: 1200mm
Width: 1200mm
Thickness: 2mm
Colour: Clear
Type: Liteglaze Sheet
Material: Acrylic
Manufacturer: Ariel Plastics
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SKU: RF050390
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    Liteglaze

    Liteglaze Acrylic Sheet
    Length: 1200mm
    Width: 1200mm
    Thickness: 2mm
    Colour: Clear
    Type: Liteglaze Sheet
    Material: Acrylic
    Manufacturer: Ariel Plastics

    Features:

    • Safer & stronger than glass
    • Easily transportable
    • Lightweight
    • UV resistant
    • Flexible
    • Suitable for interior & exterior use

    Applications:

    • Secondary double glazing
    • Replacement windows
    • Planthouses & sheds
    • Room dividers
    • Display cases & door panels

    Cutting:

    • Carefully score the sheet until nearly half way through and right up to the edges, using a cutting knife with a scoring blade, against a firm straight edge, clamping the sheet to avoid slipping. It is best to score the sheet on a firm flat surface.
    • Place the sheet on a firm table, with the scored cutting line upwards and along the edge of the table, then apply even pressure downwards to break the sheet along the scored line. When breaking the sheet support all the sheet fully along the scoreline. If any irregularities occur, they can be smoothed with an emery board or filing plane.

    Sawing:

    • These sheets can be sawn, either singly or several sheets together. Use an electric jigsaw or handsaw with a fine toothed blade at a shallow angle. Sawing is better than cutting and dividing if just a thin strip needs to be removed from a sheet. For cutting curves use an electric jigsaw which has a scrolling feature. When using a jigsaw set the pendulum stroke to zero and when cutting curves always ensure the sheet is fully supported.

    Drilling:

    • Slow speed Power drills or hand drills are both suitable for drilling these sheets and should be used with a metal working bit. Prevent the drill point from skipping by marking the hole position with a bradawl or by applying a small piece of adhesive tape where the hole is to be made. Use light pressure and back the sheet with a piece of wood to help prevent the sheet from chipping where the drill bit emerges. Make holes 3mm larger than fixings to allow for thermal movement.

Prices may vary in-store due to regional variances and other handling costs.

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