Plastics had their first roof glazing application on industrial roofs as lightweight replacements for steel and wire glass. The vast majority of conservatory and veranda roofs are now also constructed with multi-walled plastics. The benefits are almost self-evident. Its light weight creates diffused light transmission and good thermal insulation. Vink Plastics supplies a wide range of sheet materials and the associated aluminum profile systems to complete your conservatory roof project.
About acrylic for veranda and conservatory roofs
Transparent and weather-resistant, acrylic is one of the most commonly used types of material for veranda and conservatory roofs.
We have a wide range of products in both cast and extruded formats.
About polycarbonate for veranda and conservatory roofs
Polycarbonate distinguishes itself from other plastics by its optical purity in combination with a very high impact resistance. Polycarbonate sheets are as much as 250 times stronger than glass of the same thickness. In addition they can be cooled and bent. This unique combination makes polycarbonate particularly suitable for veranda and conservatory roofs.
About multi-wall polycarbonate for veranda and conservatory roofs
Multi-walled polycarbonate sheets can in principle be produced in any desired length. Because the virtually unbreakable sheets are light and stiff, large surfaces can be produced with less support. The material is easy to shape and saw and is therefore extremely suitable for conservatory and veranda roof glazing.