This acrylic sheet in satin cement colour has a thickness of 4 mm. Cast acrylic sheet is easy to process by drilling, sawing and milling, so this type of coloured acrylic sheet is often used for decorative and finishing applications. The sheet is high-gloss on one side and has a satin (matte) finish on the other.
|Mechanical properties (at 20°C)|
|Stretch to breakage||%||3,5|
|High pressure strength||N/mm2||117,7|
|Water absorption at 20°C RV 65%||%||0,25|
|Water absorption at 20°C RV 100%||%||0,36|
|processing temperature (Vivat)||°C||105|
|Linear expansion coefficient||°C||70.10-6|
|Maximum permissible temperature, without load||°C||70|
|Minimum permissible temperature, without load||°C||-20|
|Dielectric loss factor||tg||0,017|
|Surface resistance||Ω||10 14|
|Specific resistance||Ω.cm||>10 13|
This cast acrylic sheet, in the colour cement grey, is suitable for post-processing by means of drilling, bending (hot), milling, engraving, glueing, polishing and sawing.
Matte acrylic sheet is UV resistant. This means you can use it for both indoor and outdoor applications. Think for example of display cases, name plates and windbreaks.
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