Polycarbonate offers an excellent alternative to glass for glazing applications because it has 200 times the impact strength, whilst being 50% lighter and still offering excellent clarity and light transmission.
Additionally, Polycarbonate provides greater insulation than glass, helping keep energy usage down. Polycarbonate glazing reduces UV transmittance, can be adjusted to diffuse light and is easier to install than glass.
Whilst near un-breakable, the soft surface of polycarbonate does mean that it can quickly become marked and scuffed from day to day wear and tear. Applying a protective hard coating to glazing provides excellent abrasion & chemical resistance, ensuring that the glazing remains optically clear and retains its physical properties such as impact resistance, for longer.
Our PeeraGuard™ range of coatings have been specially designed with exceptional optical qualities to give complete protection against abrasion, weathering and sunlight glare.
An Exterior Grade Coating offers added protection against weathering and UV degradation that can turn clear plastic milky and yellow.
Due to its enhanced high chemical and abrasion resistant properties it is an ideal anti-graffiti, easy wipe-away solution.
Our plastic coatings have a wide range of uses and specifications, from Shelters, Safety Glazing, Bus Shelters, Green Houses and Covid Screens.
Construction & Glazing Hard Coatings
Not only do Peerless hard coatings protect base plastic materials from scratches and marks, they also provide good anti-graffiti properties. Whilst our coating won’t repel the graffiti, the material is much easier to clean as a result of the chemical resistance. In the same manner, grime and other dirt such as tree sap can also be easily cleaned for long lasting life.