If you look at a building from the vantage point of its roof, you’ll soon realize that if weather were a war, a building would be the frontline troops. That’s because the rain, snow, and hail that surge out of the sky on an inclement day strike the roof without any interruption in their progress to the ground far below. Danpal knows that in order to stand up to this kind of punishment, a roof has to be strong. The Centro Acuatico Estadio Nacional CAEN in Chile is an example of the way that a roof can be both strong in purpose and appealing in appearance. That’s why Danpal’s multiwall polycarbonate roofing sheets work like a medal of honor for a building’s protection against weather. Esthetics and strength come together to define a building that performs to the peak of its design without letting weather get the upper hand.
Multiwall Polycarbonate Roofing Sheets and Strength
Polycarbonate is available in two types, multiwall and solid. Multiwall polycarbonate roofing sheets are made of hollow air chambers; solid polycarbonate is a clear, flat sheeting. In both cases, polycarbonate is incredibly strong; it’s been hardened to the point where it’s 200 times stronger than glass, although it’s half the weight. With an ability to withstand elevated resistance levels, polycarbonate makes a roof much stronger.
Multiwall Polycarbonate Roofing Sheets and Flexibility
It’s easy to perceive the advantages of working with a building material with superior strength that, at the same time, is light in weight. Installing a roof doesn’t have to be the inconvenient, time-consuming operation that it is with other roofing materials. Multiwall polycarbonate roofing sheets take much less time to install. Time saved is money saved. In the end, everybody wins.