At Polymershapes, we stand behind what our motto reflects. As a polymer company, we are at the center of many products. If this is the case, why not provide the highest quality polymers and plastics? One of our popular products is LEXAN Polycarbonate, a thermoplastic polymer that is currently produced by SABIC. If you are looking to purchase sheets and are wondering how to cut LEXAN Polycarbonate, you’ll be pleased to hear that we offer a variety of fabrication services.
What is LEXAN Polycarbonate?
LEXAN is a type of polycarbonate (PC) that is incredibly tough and resistant to impacts – one of the many reasons it is considered an exceptional alternative to glass. It is frequently used in a variety of applications when materials must be strong and virtually unbreakable.
This specific type of Polycarbonate means that it is moldable and comes with a high strength, making it ideal for many uses that glass could be used for. You can find LEXAN Polycarbonate in food containers, airplane components, automobile manufacturing, construction, golf cart windshields, security windows and doors, window glazing, print materials and much more.
Compliant for Various Industries
Lexan meets the following regulatory compliance standards that are currently in place.
- 3-A Diry
- Boeing/Airbus Toxicity
- D635 Self Extinguishing
- FAR 25.853 Flammability
- FAR 25.853 Heat Release (OSU 65/65)
- FAR 25.853 Smoke
- UL-94 Flame Class
- USP Class VI
Never Fret Over How to Cut LEXAN
Polymershapes stocks LEXAN Polycarbonate in the following standard sizes: 48″ x 96″, 60″ x 96″, 72″ x 96″, 48″ x 120″, and 60″ x 120″. You can select the quality of thickness from the range of 0.03″ – 0.5″. Don’t fret over how to cut LEXAN if we do not carry the size you are looking for – our fabrication services allow us to offer custom sizes that can be cut for you.
For Your LEXAN Polycarbonate Needs, Choose Polymershapes
Polymershapes has focused on delivering exceptional service to our valued customers. We are grateful to our vast array of partners who choose Polymershapes and encourage you to join.