• Makrolon1

    Polycarbonate sheet has outstanding impact strength, superior dimensional stability, high temperature resistance and high clarity. General Purpose Polycarbonate sheet is used extensively in school and factory glazing for protection against both accidental breakage and deliberate vandalism. In manufacturing environments, this high-impact material excels in applications like machine guards, noise abatement shields, clear work station partitions, freight doors and other in-plant glazing.

  • PC13

    Abrasion-resistant Polycarbonate sheet has a hard-coated surface treatment applied to both sides of the sheet.  The proprietary hard-coat also provides chemical resistance and long lasting outdoor weathering performance.  This product is available in clear as well as transparent solar gray and bronze. Abrasion-resistant Polycarbonate sheet is used extensively in school and factory glazing for protection against both accidental breakage and deliberate vandalism. In manufacturing environments, this high-impact material excels in applications like machine guards, noise abatement shields, clear work station partitions, freight doors and other in-plant glazing.

  • TrizodOP4

    Trizod® OP is a Optically Clear Polished, ultraviolet-stabilized polycarbonate sheet specially engineered for improved optical performance. It also offers improved flammability performance over General Purpose PC. Its UL94 flammabaility rating is V2 at a thickness of 1.5 mm (0.059") and 3.0 mm (0.118") and V0 at a thickness of 6.0 mm (0.236"). Trizod® OP can be used in applications requiring excellent impact strength, outstanding clarity, and UV resistance.

  • TrizodMG11

    Trizod® MG is an un-polished Clear, ultraviolet-stabilized polycarbonate with excellent dimensional stability and good strength and stiffness over a wide range of temperatures. Trizod® MG offers very high impact strength, high modulus of elasticity and a 270ºF (132ºC) heat deflection temperature at 264 psi. It also offers improved flammability performance over General Purpose PC. Its UL94 flammability rating is V2 at a thickness of 1.5 mm (0.059") and 3.0 mm (0.118") and V0 at a thickness of 6.0 mm (0.236"). Trizod® MG can be used in applications requiring excellent impact strength, outstanding clarity, and uv-resistance.

  • TrizodOP4

    Trizod® FGP is compressionmolded from Lexan® Polycarbonate that complies with FDA food additive regulations (21 CFR 177.1580) and USPVI criteria to meet the requirements of specialty applications as food handling/contact, medical device/apparatus, and other cleanroom needs.
    Trizod® FG-P has an optically clear press polish finish protected by a 6 mil adhesive polyethylene film masking.
    Trizod® FGP Compressionmolded Plate is made in the USA.
    Trizod® is a registered trademark of Trident Engineering Plastics Inc.

    Lexan® is a registered trademark of Sabic Innovative Plastics.

  • TrizodOP4

    Trizod® OPESD Polycarbonate sheet is designed to control static electricity for a wide range of end uses. It is a premium Optical Grade polycarbonate sheet which has been surfaced with a proprietary, clear, C300™ static dissipative surfacing. This unique technology prevents charge generation on the sheet surfaces, thereby controlling particulate attraction and preventing electrostatic discharge (ESD) events. This performance is permanent and totally independent of humidity. Trizod® OPESD offers exceptional design versatility since it fabricates simply, is light in weight and is available in large sheet sizes. It also exhibits superior impact resistance and flame spread properties, plus excellent clarity, chemical resistance, and mar resistance.
    Trizod® OPESD has an optically clear press polish finish protected by a heavyduty adhesive paper masking. Trizod® OPESD is UVstabilized and meets the requirements of ASTM D3935 PC0136. Trizod® OP is recognized by Underwriters Laboratories under UL94 V0 for flammability in thicknesses above .236". Trizod® is a registered trademark of Trident Plastics Inc. Trizod® OP-ESD is made in the USA.

  • Misc Materials1

    Glass-reinforced polycarbonate is effective in designs where metals, particularly die-cast aluminum and zinc, are commonly used. The addition of glass fibers to polycarbonate increases tensile strength, stiffness, compressive strength, and lower the thermal expansion coefficient. The greater the amount of glass fiber added to the polycarbonate, the greater the effect on each property will be. The coefficient of thermal expansion is reduced by nearly 75%, thus equaling that of some metals. While glass-reinforced has less impact strength than standard grades, it is still tougher and more impact resistant than most other plastics and die cast aluminum.

    Lexan® 500R is a ​10% glass-reinforced polycarbonate with higher temperature and tensile properties than the unfilled Polycarbonate. Typical property characteristics include superior impact strength, outstanding mechanical strength and stiffness, excellent dimensional stability, and good machinability.

  • Misc Materials1

    Glass-reinforced polycarbonate is effective in designs where metals, particularly die-cast aluminum and zinc, are commonly used. The addition of glass fibers to polycarbonate increases tensile strength, stiffness, compressive strength, and lower the thermal expansion coefficient. The greater the amount of glass fiber added to the polycarbonate, the greater the effect on each property will be. The coefficient of thermal expansion is reduced by nearly 75%, thus equaling that of some metals. While glass-reinforced has less impact strength than standard grades, it is still tougher and more impact resistant than most other plastics and die cast aluminum.

    Lexan® 3412R is a ​20% glass-reinforced polycarbonate with higher temperature and tensile properties than the unfilled Polycarbonate. Typical property characteristics include superior impact strength, outstanding mechanical strength and stiffness, excellent dimensional stability, and good machinability.

  • Misc Materials1

    Glass-reinforced polycarbonate is effective in designs where metals, particularly die-cast aluminum and zinc, are commonly used. The addition of glass fibers to polycarbonate increases tensile strength, stiffness, compressive strength, and lower the thermal expansion coefficient. The greater the amount of glass fiber added to the polycarbonate, the greater the effect on each property will be. The coefficient of thermal expansion is reduced by nearly 75%, thus equaling that of some metals. While glass-reinforced has less impact strength than standard grades, it is still tougher and more impact resistant than most other plastics and die cast aluminum.

    Lexan® 3413R is a 30% glass-reinforced polycarbonate. This 30% glass-reinforced material demonstrates higher strength, rigidity, creep strength and dimensional stability than unfilled Polycarbonate. These properties and good fatigue strength make Lexan® 3413R polycarbonate material suitable for use in parts that are exposed to high static loads over long periods in high temperature conditions.

  • Misc Materials1

    Glass-reinforced polycarbonate is effective in designs where metals, particularly die-cast aluminum and zinc, are commonly used. The addition of glass fibers to polycarbonate increases tensile strength, stiffness, compressive strength, and lower the thermal expansion coefficient. The greater the amount of glass fiber added to the polycarbonate, the greater the effect on each property will be. The coefficient of thermal expansion is reduced by nearly 75%, thus equaling that of some metals. While glass-reinforced has less impact strength than standard grades, it is still tougher and more impact resistant than most other plastics and die cast aluminum.

    Compared to standard un-filled grades, Lexan® 3414R has as much as five times the tensile modulus, more than double the flexural and tensile strength, and up to 65% more compressive strength. Creep limit at 210ºF is as high as 4000 psi under a continuous load and 10,000 psi under an intermittent load. There is a sevenfold increase in fatigue endurance and a 75% drop in the coefficient of thermal expansion.

  • PC13

    ESD Polycarbonate is designed to control static electricity for a wide range of end uses.  It is a premium quality polycarbonate sheet which has been surfaced with a proprietary static-dissipative coating.  This unique technology prevents charge generation on the sheet surfaces, thereby controlling particulate attraction and preventing electrostatic discharge (ESD) events.  This performance is permanent and totally independent of humidity.  ESD Polycarbonate offers exceptional design versatility since it fabricates simply, is light in weight and is available in large sheet sizes.  It also exhibits superior impact resistance and flame spread properties, plus excellent clarity, chemical resistance, and mar resistance.

  • PC16

    Machine Grade Polycarbonate is a transparent amorphous thermoplastic which offers very high impact strength and high modulus of elasticity. The material has a 290°F (145°C) heat deflection temperature at 264 psi, absorbs very little moisture and resists acidic solutions. These properties, in addition to good electrical characteristics, make Machine Grade Polycarbonate shapes an excellent choice for electrical/electronic applications. Its strength, impact resistance and transparency also make it an ideal material for certain transparent structural applications such as sight glasses and windows.

  • PC16

    General Purpose Polycarbonate sheet is a polished surface, UV stabilized polycarbonate for use in glazing and industrial applications.

    General Purpose Polycarbonate sheet is used extensively in school and factory glazing for protection against both accidental breakage and deliberate vandalism. In manufacturing environments, this high-impact material excels in applications like machine guards, noise abatement shields, clear work station partitions, freight doors and other in-plant glazing.