Suntuf™ Irn Corrugated Polycarbonate
Suntuf™ Corrugated Polycarbonate is a virtually unbreakable corrugated roofing sheet. Common applications are skylights, agricultural greenhouses and other structures, residential roofing: pergolas, canopies, patios & sunrooms, swimming pools, etc.
Thickness: 0.8mm Sheet width: 900mm
Data sheets: Available upon request
*Subject to stock and availability*
Material Description: SUNTUF IRN 0.8mm PROFILE CLEAR
It is recommended that the distance between purlins for corrugated sheets is between 600mm and 800mm.
Rafters are recommended to suit the width size of the corrugated sheet.
SUNTUF offers the unique properties of polycarbonate in a durable corrugated structure.
Its mechanical robustness, high light transmission, UV blocking, weather resistance and low weight make it superior to current alternatives.
Coupled with Palram’s manufacturing capabilities, SUNTUF is ideal for almost any roofing application, stadium or pergola, rooflight or cladding
Strength: Manufactured from polycarbonate, SUNTUF is virtually unbreakable and is extremely resistant to impact, hailstones and loads.
Low Weight: Light in weight, SUNTUF sheets are easy to handle and install.
Weather Resistance: SUNTUF resist wind, hail and extreme temperatures from -50°C to +120°C. An integrated UV protective layer allows SUNTUF to retain its transparency without yellowing over the course of a long lifetime of service.
Clarity: Natural, clear SUNTUF exhibits the clarity of glass, transmitting up to 90% of natural light.10 Year Warranty: SUNTUF is warranted to retain its attractive appearance over its long lifetime with minimum maintenance.
Protection: SUNTUF does not allow harmful UV radiation to penetrate, and meets the highest flammability standards in its field.
These are all brand names for Polycarbonate sheet manufactured by different companies, but effectively all are produced in the same way so all properties of the different brands are very similar, if you need any clarification on this please email us or call the sales office.
Both are plastic sheets, but both sheets are produced by using different components meaning the final produced sheets are very different. Polycarbonate is a virtually unbreakable material and machines and forms very different to Acrylic. Acrylic is much better for fabricating and making displays, signs and many other applications. Polycarbonate has a class 1 fire rating opposed to Acrylics Class 3/4 fire rating.
Polycarbonate Sheets are class 1 fire rated, so this means they are self-extinguishing .
Delivery is dependent the largest size of Polycarbonate Sheet you order, our delivery charges range from £7.50 to £25.00, some areas do have a surcharge on for delivery. When you add any items to the basket there is a delivery calculator in the cart.
We aim to deliver all orders within 14 working days from you placing the order on our website, if you require your delivery quicker please contact us to discuss your requirements.
Solid Polycarbonate is a solid piece of plastic and as clear as glass, multiwall is made up of numerous layers of Polycarbonate, the Multiwall Polycarbonate is commonly used in Conservatories.
Yes, you are welcome to collect from our unit in Sheffield, please allow 3 days for collection. If you need to collect earlier, please contact us to check this is possible.
Yes, you can order samples of all our products for a small charge, if you then place an order over £200 we will credit the samples up to the value of £10 against your order. You can view our samples page here.
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