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Combined with the characteristic strength of polycarbonate with superior insulation and powerful physical properties.


Extreme clarity ensures excellent transmission with high impact strength. Few applications are protective shields for machines, protective shield for police forces.
It helps to get soft and comfortable light as it possess high haze and light transmittance and suitable for skylights and conservatories.
Its light transmission range varies from colour to colour each unique in its own way and each suited for specific aesthetic applications and residential projects.

Textured polycarbonate sheets allow obscure light to pass through and protects from UV. It is designed for the purpose to provide roofing solutions to all modern architectural needs.


Embossed texture applied to one side of the sheet and offers excellent strength and flexibility. It is commonly used for private glazing’s and shower doors and for other similar applications
Highly robust yet neatly textured with diamond pattern proves to be an excellent product under tough weather conditions
Textured with natural raindrop like pattern and serves as an impeccable choice of interior designers and architects

The sheet is extremely tough and much superior to FRP sheet for roofing applications. It can also be used as roof light for Railway Stations and Farm Buildings.


Multiwall polycarbonate sheet is durable enough to stand up to construction activities. It also ensures a lighting effect that is cost-effective and aesthetically beautiful.



Polycarbonate sheets possess 200times the strength of glass. Their toughness and Impact strength delay aging. They are UV stabilized to prevent harmful rays. Polycarbonate sheets usage ensures Safety and Comfort for every user.

We suggest a 10mm thick Multiwall Polycarbonate sheet, as they have better insulation, impact, and tensile strength properties.

Acrylic has roughly 17 times the impact resistance. Polycarbonate is the stronger material at 250 times the impact resistance of standard glass. Polycarbonate offers much more resilience than acrylic, making it ideal for highly demanding roofs for applications such as swimming pools, door panels, and others.

Polycarbonate sheets are mostly used for Residential and Commercial Construction purposes. They are used for Roofing Structures, Façade glazing, Hospitals, Signage boards & LED light covers. Polycarbonate sheets are widely used in the Electrical, Electronics Industry, Agricultural Greenhouses, Aerospace, and Machine Guards Industry

Polycarbonate sheets are available in many colors. We also supply transparent and translucent varieties. Depending upon your need, you can either go choose Clear Transparent polycarbonate sheets, which allow 90% sunlight to come in or other colors which allow about 30% - 40% sunlight. Silver Grey and Opal White are almost 95% opaque and suitable for Car parks and canopies

Completely weather-resistant, easy to install, and extremely durable, polycarbonate sheets are available in a plethora of textures and designs. Their maintenance cost is very low and they can also be used as effective roofing solutions in places such as swimming pool areas, sky lighting, walkways, and display signboards

Polycarbonate Roofing sheets are used in Conservatives, Skylights, Covered walkways, and Greenhouses including Swimming pools as it has high light transmission capacity. They are undoubtedly suitable for Industrial roofing and glazing as they are leak-proof and possess high impact strength.

Closure strips enhance the appearance of your polycarbonate or PVC panel project. Providing weather tightness, plastic or foam closure strips are recommended for sealing the opening created where the corrugated sheet meets flat surfaces at the flashing, curbs, etc.

Polycarbonate is also very lightweight and capable of withstanding extreme temperatures, either hot or cold. Due to these qualities, it makes for an effective roofing material for many applications.

Though polycarbonate is durable, it should be treated with UV protectant to prevent it from turning yellow or breaking down. With proper care, polycarbonate can last about 10 years, a fraction of how long glass lasts.

Polycarbonate sheets can be cut with either a circular saw or a jigsaw. A circular saw is the best tool for cutting larger polycarbonate lengths. Thanks to the properties of this material, polycarbonate won't crack or splinter around the cut.

About 20 years. You can expect polycarbonate roofs to last for about 20 years. However, if you have a polycarbonate roof that is between 10-20 years old, it is highly likely that it fails to maintain a comfortable temperature in the conservatory. So, we recommend replacing it sooner rather than later.