SheetOPTIX NG - Non-Glare Acrylic Light Matte

OPTIX NG Light Matte is a non-glare acrylic sheet ideal for signage, silk-screening, and point-of-purchase displays. Unlike glass, it's shatter-resistant and lightweight, which makes it ideal for glazing in large frames or any situation where shattering glass would be a safety concern. Available in a variety of stock sizes, thicknesses and protective masking options.

  • Thickness 0.08” – 0.125”
  • Width 48.0” – 60.0”
  • Length 96.0” – 96.0”
  • Translucent
  • Indoor
  • Outdoor
Available Colors Custom colors available.
  • Clear

*Colors on screen may not reflect exact matches to physical sheets.

*Non-Stock colors, patterns or sizes may require a minimum quantity order.

Features & Benefits

Reduces glare and surface reflections

Available in Heavy Matte & Light Matte finishes

ITEM # COLORS PATTERN/TEXTURES MASKING THICKNESS (in.) SIZE (in.) SQ FT PACK QTY SKID QTY REQUEST
625017-1 Clear Non-Glare - Light Matte TG Paper Replacement Film 0.08 48.0” x 96.0” 32 100
625203-1 Clear Non-Glare - Light Matte Papermask 0.08 48.0” x 96.0” 32 100
625007-1 Clear Non-Glare - Light Matte Adhesive Polyfilm 0.1 48.0” x 96.0” 32 100
625015-1 Clear Non-Glare - Light Matte TG Paper Replacement Film 0.118 48.0” x 96.0” 32 80
11-0060213 Clear Non-Glare - Light Matte Adhesive Polyfilm 0.125 60.0” x 96.0” 40 70
625008-1 Clear Non-Glare - Light Matte Adhesive Polyfilm 0.125 48.0” x 96.0” 32 80
625303-1 Clear Non-Glare - Light Matte Papermask 0.125 48.0” x 96.0” 32 80

Chemical

TEST METHOD

UNITS

OPTIX NG Non-Glare

Resistance to Stress - Critical Crazing Stress to: Solvesso 100

ARTC Modification of MIL-P6997

psi

1,600

Resistance to Stress - Critical Crazing Stress to: Lacquer Thinner

ARTC Modification of MIL-P6997

psi

500

Resistance to Stress - Critical Crazing Stress to: Isopropyl Alcohol

ARTC Modification of MIL-P6997

psi

900

Resistance to Stress - Critical Crazing Stress to: Toluene

ARTC Modification of MIL-P6997

psi

1,300

Thermal

TEST METHOD

UNITS

OPTIX NG Non-Glare

Self-Ignition Temperature

ASTM D-1929

°F

833

Flammability

UL 94

HB

Melting Temperature

°F

300-315

Coefficient of Thermal Expansion

ASTM D-696

in/(in-°F ) x 10-5

3.0

Deflection Temperature @ 66 psi (0.45 MPa)

ASTM D-648

°F

207

Deflection Temperature @ 264 psi (1.8 MPa)

ASTM D-648

°F

203

Smoke Density Rating

ASTM D-2843

%

3.4

Smoke Developed Index

ASTM E-84

550

Flammability (Burning Rate)

ASTM D-635

In/minute

1.019

Maximum Recommended Continuous Service Temperature

°F

170-190

Softening Temperature

°F

210-220

Thermal Conductivity

ASTM C-177

BTU-ft/(hr-ft2-°F)

0.075

Melt Flow Rate

ASTM D-1238

g/10 min.

1.5

Flame Spread Index

ASTM E-84

115

Physical

TEST METHOD

UNITS

OPTIX NG Non-Glare

Optical Refractive Index

ASTM D-542

1.49

Mold Shrinkage

ASTM D-955

mils/in

2-6

Sound Transmission

ASTM E90 / E413

db

27

Specific Gravity/Relative Density

ASTM D-792

1.19

Water Absorption

ASTM D-570

% By wt

0.4

Mechanical

TEST METHOD

UNITS

OPTIX NG Non-Glare

Abrasion Resistance - Change in Haze - 200 cycles

ASTM D-1044

Haze, %

24.9

Izod Impact Strength – Milled Notch

ASTM D-256

ft-lb/in Notch

0.28

Abrasion Resistance - Change in Haze - 0 cycles

ASTM D-1044

Haze, %

0

Rockwell Hardness

ASTM D-785

M-95

Abrasion Resistance - Change in Haze - 10 cycles

ASTM D-1044

Haze, %

11.2

Tensile Modulus of Elasticity

--

psi

490,000

Flexural Modulus of Elasticity

ASTM D-790

psi

490,000

Abrasion Resistance - Change in Haze - 50 cycles

ASTM D-1044

Haze, %

24

Flexural Strength

ASTM D-790

psi

17,000

Tensile Elongation – Max.

ASTM D-638

%

5.8

Tensile Impact Strength

ASTM D-1822

ft-lb/in2

20

Izod Impact Strength – Molded Notch

ASTM D-256

ft-lb/in Notch

0.4

Tensile Strength

ASTM D-638

psi

11,030

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**Applicable to the acrylic substrate

These suggestions and data are based on information we believe to be reliable. They are offered in good faith, but without guarantee, as conditions and methods of use are beyond our control. We recommend that the prospective user determine the suitability of our materials and suggestions before adopting them on a commercial scale.