How it's used
Plaskolite acrylic is used in hundreds of ways in thousands of everyday products, from retail environments to consumer electronics, cars, boats and aircraft.
An extremely versatile and adaptable material, Plaskolite acrylic sheet is often chosen for its durability, impact strength and color and pattern possibilities. Look around and you'll find acrylic sheet everywhere.
The "glass" on your cellphone and the windows on your car may be acrylic, chosen for high impact strength and low weight. And because a mirrored finish can be applied to acrylic sheet, acrylic is even used for your side view and rear view mirrors.
If you're reading this website on a laptop, you could be looking through acrylic sheet. If the room you're in is lit by fluorescent lights, the diffusing panel that hides the bulbs could also be made from acrylic. Because it can be formed to nearly any shape, acrylic is prevalent at stores and malls – the signs you read, point-of-purchase displays that grab your attention and jewelry cases that protect watches and rings are all made using acrylic.
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The temperature at which acrylic begins to soften. This low heat point allows fabricators to easily shape acrylic to meet their design demands.