What is Danpalon sheet?

Danpalon® Microcell panels are manufactured with unique and innovative extrusion technology, providing ten times more cells than the majority of other sheets on the market. The smaller spans between the rib supports give customers the best combination of translucency and strength.

What is the size of Danpalon?

This polycarbonate sheet is commonly called Danpalon polycarbonate sheets and comes mostly in size of 0.6m x 5.8m or 0.6m x 11.8m and is flat with a rigged end on both sides 8mm or 10mm Twin wall or Honeycome wall thickness.

How do you cut a Danpalon?

Sheets shall be cut using a fine tooth handsaw, circular saw with a fine tooth metal blade at low speeds or an abrasive wheel. Cutting produces dust which should be removed either with a vacuum cleaner or an air gun.

What is polycarbonate facade?

Translucent facades are light glazing panels used on the exterior of buildings, protecting the structure from weather damage, dampness, and erosion. Its composition of polycarbonate microcells creates a soft, naturally diffused light with a wide range of possible colors, brightnesses, and opacities.

Is Danpalon combustible?

Deemed-to-Satisfy Solutions, National Construction Code (NCC) Building Code of Australia. As part of our commitment to fire safety, all Danpalon-based systems have the highest group rating according to Specification C1. 10 of the National Construction Code (NCC).

What is the cost of polycarbonate sheet?

What is the cost of polycarbonate sheets?

Type of polycarbonate sheet Approximate cost
Embossed polycarbonate sheet Rs. 70 to Rs. 850 per square feet
Film-coated polycarbonate sheet Rs. 20 to Rs. 300 per square feet
Galvanized polycarbonate sheet Rs. 55 to Rs. 160 per square feet

How much does polycarbonate roofing cost?

What is Polycarbonate Roofing? One of the advantages of polycarbonate roofing is its low cost, especially compared to Colorbond and other metal roofing products. Polycarbonate roof price starts at under $20 per square metre.

What is the price of polycarbonate?

Questions & Answers on Polycarbonate Sheet

Color Min Price Max Price
Blue Rs 275/Square Feet Rs 350/Square Feet
Green Rs 45/Square Feet Rs 150/Square Feet

Where is Danpalon manufactured?

Transport intensity – Product is manufactured in Israel.

Is polycarbonate roofing fire resistant?

8.28. Polycarbonate sheeting and similar materials are used in a variety of ways as roofing material and for awnings over doors and windows. However polycarbonate sheeting is not deemed non-combustible. Roofs must resist ignition by the embers, radiant heat and flames associated with an approaching bushfire.

How long do polycarbonate panels last?

Polycarbonate panels are resistant to extreme temperature either hot or cold, sunlight, snow, rain, and impact. This enables the panels to last for many many years without fading or discoloring while also remaining damage free from any various impacts over the years.

What is the lifespan of polycarbonate?

Lifespan of polycarbonate sheets vary from its type. Solid sheet has a guaranteed lifespan of at least 10 years while twin wall sheet lasts for 5-8 years.

How does Danpalon change the appearance of a building?

With Danpal’s translucent range, the appearance of the building changes with the light and reflections projected onto the facade at different times of day. Our special bicolour option makes refracted light-effects possible, creating a unique 3-dimensional look to your cladding.

What are the components of a Danpalon glazing system?

Danpalon is a glazing system comprising polycarbonate sheets (compact, multicell and honeycomb) that utilises a unique snap connection system and concealed fasteners. It is made up of the following components; panels, connectors and spacers, fasteners panel caps, frame accessories, rafters and brackets.

What kind of finish is used on Danpalon panels?

Softlite is a 100% permanent matt finish applied by co-extrusion on Danpalon ® panels of any thickness and colour. The Softlite finishing performance is independently validated to ensure maximum visual comfort, regardless of the exposure and type of building.

What makes Danpalon microcell polycarbonate panels so good?

Danpalon ® Microcell polycarbonate panels are manufactured with innovative extrusion technology, providing ten times more cells than the majority of other polycarbonate panels on the market – giving customers the best combination of translucency and strength. The tight spacing between the ribs produces a superior quality of light.