HOW TO CHOOSE THE COOLING AND POLYCACBONAT BRIGHTENING
Active research to have a certain amount of knowledge about the product is extremely necessary. However, it should be noted that the selection of reputable information sites. In addition, consulting with reputable, long-time suppliers like EuroCS also makes your decision easier.
WHICH POLYCARBONATE SHOULD USE IN A Greenhouse?
Most greenhouses use 4mm thick glass - please call us to order
WHAT SHOULD I USE FOR A PROFESSIONAL ROOF?
We recommend using 10mm or 16mm polycarbonate sheets for this application.
WHAT SHOULD I USE FOR A ROOF OR A ROOM?
We recommend using 25 mm, 32mm or 35mm Polycarbonate for mounting glass on roofs. By using thicker polycarbonate glass, this allows the U value and the optimum insulation level to be achieved.
HOW DO I CUT THE POLYCARBONATE PLATE?
Polycarbonate can be cut with circular saws (using very thin blades) or jig saws. If possible, it is better to cut a few sheets at a time to reduce vibration. The sheets can also be cut by hand using message boards or utility knives.
HOW DO I CLEAN POLYCARBONATE PLATE?
We recommend using warm water with a mild household detergent. This is enough to clean the sheets. Wipe off any remaining stains with a soft cloth and wash again. NEVER use solvent based cleaners. AVOID using sponge or brush can scratch the surface of the sheet.
WHICH POLYCARBONATE SHOULD BE INSTALLED?
Polycarbonate must always be installed with the brand film facing up (outside).
IS THERE A STORM AFFECTING TO INSTALL POLYCARBONATE PLATE?
In our experience condensation, correctly understood as arising from the precipitation of moisture from saturated air, is often used in a wrong way to describe the effects and consequences of penetration. entering water from outside due to a shortage in installation. While the former is characterized by the misting of the surface, the latter is characterized by the formation of larger discrete droplets in the structure plate. Polycarbonate, hydrolyzed, absorbs moisture from the atmosphere and installation depends on ventilation to avoid saturated air in the cell structure, which will condense in proper conditions.