Polycarbonate Chairmats & Polycarbonate Roof Sheeting Cape Town

Cape Roof Sheeting is the sole distributor of MODEK's polycarbonate roof sheeting in Cape Town.

Polycarbonate roof sheeting Cape Town

Why choose Polycarbonate Roof Sheeting?

There are several reasons why polycarbonate offers a superior solution when compared to traditionally used plastics.

  • It’s extremely resistant to impact,
  • Transmits high levels of light,
  • It’s moderately easy to use,
  • and it has a good fire rating.

Being virtually unbreakable, resistant to both low and high temperatures and offering a high UV blockage makes polycarbonate the perfect material for roof sheeting. Plus it’s 100% recyclable.

Polycarbonate Chairmats Cape Town

In addition to Polycarbonate Roof Sheeting, Cape Roof Sheeting are distributors of Ampa Plastics Group’s Polycarbonate Chairmats.

Polycarbonate chairmats Cape Town

Perfect for heavy-duty use in offices and high-traffic areas, polycarbonate chair mats provide great floor protection.

Chairmat details:

  • Made from Polycarbonate material (100% recyclable)
  • A proudly South African product made by Ampa Plastics Group.
  • Available in Silver and Bronze.
  • Dimension 1200mm x 900mm x 3mm (thickness).
  • Modern Tapered Design.
  • Colour disguises scuffing.
  • Easy to clean.
  • Protects carpets and floors from marks caused by Office Chair Wheels.

Applications

  • Ideal for standard single or double office desks
  • Ideal for use with general secretarial, computer and typist size chairs.
  • Not recommended where large bulky executive chairs are used.

Cape Roof Sheeting – Polycarbonate Roof Sheeting and Chairmats Cape Town

For more information about polycarbonate roof sheeting for your home or business, or polycarbonate chairmats for your workplace, please contact us.

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    Posted @ 4/1/2019 9:33 PM by Joseph   
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    Polycarbonate is a transparent thermoplastic. It is stable and very durable and can resist high and low temperatures.
    Joseph || palram.com

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