Plexiglass is a transparent, flexible, splinterless, and sturdy plastic material invented in the 20th
century. It is an alternative for glass that is used in various ways, up to printing purposes. Plexiglass is
made from a material known as polymethylmethacrylate which is also known as Perspex, Acrylite or Perclax.
The fundamental design of Plexiglass is its excellent optical properties and the fact that it's entirely
colorless. It is also lighter and durable when compared to glass hence allows easier penetration of light
which makes it’s to withstand yellowing and filter the Ultra Violet radiation.
Uses of Plexiglass
Plexiglass can be used for both home and office space projects because they come in different lengths of size
and width. Their applications are as following :
A substitute for window and glass panes since its clear just like glass. Use of
Plexiglass is ideal because of easier maintenance since they don’t attract dirt like their glass
Plexiglass is strong hence an excellent choice for enclosing bathrooms. When used
for enclosures, they remain resistant to accidents such as falls. Plexiglass does not crack easily;
therefore, chances of replacement will be minimal since it does not shatter.
Use of Plexiglass in greenhouses can be an added advantage since it can withstand
adverse weather and provision of good light. This will grant steady light flow regardless of the
Plexiglass can be used in furnishings to make stools, tabletops, covers used on
shelves and many more furnishings found at homes.
The acrylic glass was developed in the year 1928 in some laboratories by chemists such as William
and it was made available to the market under Plexiglass trademark. It is made from a material which
monolith, made up of substances that are organic thus referred to as organic glass. Acrylic
the family of thermoplastics that are products of petroleum. It is a Methyl Methacrylate that when
the glass makes it hard, glow and translucent. Acrylic glass is primarily used in sheet forms
lighter in weight and high resistance to shattering. It is prone to scratching unless modified.
Uses of Acrylic Glass
Acrylic glass is used for roof windows, sales display.
It’s used in food shops and industries for storing food for both
meals that are ready to eat.
The acrylics come in various colors. Therefore, they can be used as
shelves, gates and showcasing due to their multiple colors.
Acrylic glass is used in the large aquariums found across the world
it quite impressive.
Acrylic glass is used in making submarine windows since it possesses
of water resistance. The clearness of the glass enables visitors to have a better view of
It’s helpful in making luxury windows for swimming pools because its
allows coaches and diving instructors monitor their students.
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