Polycarbonate is a versatile material used extensively as a roof-light glazing. It is very resistant to impact, transmits high levels of light and is relatively easy to use. Polycarbonate is one of the newer plastics to be used in the construction industry around the world. MODEK is a roofing materials supplier that uses the highest-grade polycarbonate polymer available and modern co-extrusion technology, ensuring a high-quality product and allowing for any transportable length of polycarbonate roof sheets to be made.
Application for Polycarbonate roof sheets
Modek’s Polycarbonate translucent roof sheets are typically used for roof and side cladding of industrial warehouses, factories and buildings.
Modek Polycarbonate Roof Profiles
Modek’s polycarbonate translucent roof sheets come in varies profiles, colours, and thicknesses. Details below are the different profiles available.
Polycarbonate profile sheets need to match profiled roof cladding in building structures, this allows the sky to be viewed through the transparent corrugated roofing material, a feature popular with many designers. MODEK polycarbonate roofing sheets are available in all the roof profile shapes generally used for non-translucent roofing and cladding in South Africa. That said, extrusion and vacuum-forming techniques allow a huge variety of corrugated polycarbonate sheet, roof profiles to be produced.
Polycarbonate Roof Sheet Profiles Specifications
- MLOK 700 (known as KLIPLOK 700)
- MLOK 812 (known as KLIPLOK 812)
- BIG 6
- INDUSTRIAL 7
(PC) Corrugated Roof Sheet - Different colours
MODEK manufactures three nominal thickness specifications: 0.8mm, 1.00mm and 1.25mm. A layer of UV protection is co-extruded on both sides of MODEK Polycarbonate roof sheets. MODEK Polycarbonate roof sheets are available in various profiles and colours. Colours include Clear, Opal, Bronze and Heat Stop (Silver). Profiles include IBR, Corrugated 8.5 & 10.5, NUDEK (Widedek), NURIB, MLOK 700 & 812.
Profiled Polycarbonate matches profiled steel roof cladding and allows the sky to be viewed through a corrugated material, a feature popular with many designers.