Unless residences and business opt for moving operations to tree houses, there doesn’t seem to be much chance that we’ll see the work environment switch to an outdoor setting for most of us. But with Danpal’s daylighting architecture, natural light becomes as much a feature of the workspace and living space as ceilings and walls. Polycarbonate double glazing not only adds to the daylighting esthetics of a Danpal structure, but it also provides high resistance to hail and impact damage.
DANPALON® POLYCARBONATE DOUBLE GLAZING
Danpal’s microcell technology is the key to the effectiveness of polycarbonate panels. Made with innovative extrusion technology, our polycarbonate panels are engineered to provide ten times the cells that other polycarbonate panels offer. The tight spacing between the ribs of the panels improves the quality of the light; the tightness between the vertical supports empowers our polycarbonate panels to offer the highest resistance to hail damage and impact. Another plus is that our polycarbonate panels come in a variety of widths and thicknesses. The high concentration of cells delivers enhanced rigidity and mechanical properties.
THE ESTHETICS OF POLYCARBONATE DOUBLE GLAZING
Danpal products are known all over the world, not only for the quality of our materials, but also for their esthetic superiority. That means that a wide range of visual appeal is available to choose from, with panels that are opaque, translucent, or bicolor.
Take a look at the Sapphire Ice & Leisure Centre in the United Kingdom. You can see the nuanced manner in which polycarbonate double glazing transforms a physical building into a stunning structure that includes light in its composition.
We won’t be living or working in tree houses any time soon. But thanks to Danpal products like polycarbonate double glazing, we’re getting more daylight into our daytime lives!