What You Don’t See With A Polycarbonate Roofing Panel In Clear Settings
At first glance, it’s easy to think that when you’re looking at a clear polycarbonate roof, you’re seeing everything there is to see. But in reality, many of the advantages of clear roofing sheets are invisible. For instance, those clear polycarbonate panels that you notice in a mall, or a warehouse, or a patio, catch your eye because they’re attractive and they let in the light. You don’t initially notice the strength that defies the elements. You may have observed the long-term effects of sunlight on a low-quality plastic roof that isn’t resistant to ultraviolet rays. The roofing in those instances may bubble and turn brittle when the sun beats down on it.
However, clear polycarbonate sheets have a film coating that’s almost invisible. This ultraviolet protection stops those harmful UV rays from penetrating the panels. The roofing is protected, and so are you! UV rays on clear roofing material that isn’t protected can age the plastic and make it turn yellow. If the skin is exposed to extended levels of UV rays, there’s a risk of cancer. But if you’re sitting under a Danpal polycarbonate roofing panel in clear overhead structures, you don’t have to worry about getting a bad sunburn.
If you’re using multiwall polycarbonate roofing, there’s something else you don’t see that’s going to show up in your wallet. A multiwall polycarbonate clear sheet reflects heat better than any other plastic roofing. They provide insulation, which can help to lower your energy bills.
Combining Sunlight And UV Protection With Polycarbonate Roofing Panel In Clear Manufacturing Designs
As we’ve already noted, each polycarbonate clear sheet that comes together to construct the clear polycarbonate roof that you want is uniquely designed to address varying weather situations. These polycarbonate clear roof panels are made of a thermoplastic material; they let in the natural light that is needed for a structure such as a greenhouse, but at the same time, they resist UV ways and keep out rain and snow, heat and cold.
It’s worth noting that, as durable as clear polycarbonate sheets are, they do have a fragile side. Those clear roofing sheets are perfectly designed for weather protection, admitting natural light, and providing UV protection. But don’t walk on them! They’re not designed to support the weight of a human body. It’s not easy to break a polycarbonate roof, but it is easily dented or scratched. Another way to explain the dual nature of the clear polycarbonate roof is to consider DVDs and audio CDs. They’re also made of polycarbonate, so they’re very durable, but easy to scratch.
At Danpal, we know our limits. We can manufacture roofing systems that are strong enough to keep out the worst that the weather sends us. We can design cladding systems that protect your insulation from the ill effects caused by moisture invading the interior spaces of a structure. We can build customised products that enable an architect to create imaginative and exciting designs. But natural light, well, that’s not something that even Danpal innovation can recreate. So we’ve opted for the next best thing. We can’t make sunlight, but what we can do is develop products that make sunlight more accessible for indoor spaces. If you’ve been in a structure which features our clear roofing sheets, you’ve noticed the remarkable effect of having natural light from outside illuminate the enclosed spaces inside. It’s an ideal way to benefit from the advantages of natural daylight while enjoying the comforts of the inside. Our clear roofing panels are made of polycarbonate, a building material that’s so strong and versatile that it has transformed the industry.
Danpal’s Clear Roofing Sheets Bring Daylight Indoors
Natural light doesn’t just feel good. It is good for you! Daylight is part of the holistic pattern that nature has designed to keep us healthy. Deprived of natural light, we may become moody, depressed, and lethargic. Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD, is an actual condition that has been documented in people who feel ill because of the lack of sunlight; it’s a condition particularly noticeable in cold climates, where the dark, overcast days of winter seem to hide the sun from view. Dr. Danpal knows just how to ease the symptoms of sunlight-deprivation: bring in the daylight with clear roofing sheets! Polycarbonate sheets keep out the inclement weather and let the sunshine in!
Clear Polycarbonate Panels is Strong Enough To Keep Weather Away
If you’re wondering how something that looks like glass can possibly be durable enough to let the sunshine in while keeping rain and snow away, you might not know about the properties of the polycarbonate roof panel. This innovative building material is 200 times stronger than glass, yet only half as heavy! That’s why it can keep you warm and snug inside while, all around you, the snow might be falling, the rain pouring, the wind blowing and the hail pounding. Clear roofing sheets don’t give way to weather.
Clear Plastic Roofing Panels Support Energy Efficiency
As the weather seems to become more and more extreme and unpredictable, our society is redoubling our efforts to take better care of our planet. One of the ways that we serve our planet better is by keeping a close eye on the energy that we use. Cities, which are made up of buildings with enormous energy demands, are at the forefront of using daylighting architecture to develop structures that leave a smaller carbon footprint on the environment. Facilitating the amount of daylight that enters our buildings is one of the many ways that we can help to support a more sustainable lifestyle. Natural light enhances illumination, making it possible for building occupants to see better as they work inside with the bounty of light above them. Being more productive while consuming less energy is better for us, and better for the environment.