Acrylic Sheet

Acrylic sheets are widely available under various brand names, including Plexiglas, Lucite, Perspex, and others. Despite minor variations, all of these products are composed of acrylic plastic.

Acrylic plastic, also known as plexiglass, is a versatile and transparent material that resembles glass but is significantly lighter. It provides superior clarity, with a transparency rate of up to 93%. It finds applications in various fields and is offered in both extruded and cast forms. Custom sizing options are also available.

Extruded acrylic sheets are produced using a continuous manufacturing process. Initially, acrylic pellets or PMMA pellets are fed from a containment silo to a feed hopper positioned above an extruder line. Subsequently, the pellets are propelled through the extruder barrel by either a single or twin screw auger system. As the pellets advance through the heated regions of the extruder barrel, they melt and form a molten mass.

On the other hand, cast acrylic sheets are produced by mixing liquid ingredients in glass molds. This casting process is more labor-intensive and consequently more expensive. However, it yields a harder, sturdier, and more uniform final product.

Cast Acrylic sheet

Color Acrylic Sheet

Acrylic Mirror Sheet

Impact Resistant

Made of polycarbonate sheet or film, high impact resistance


Optical grade clear, up to 92% light transmission


Permanent Anti-fog, washable, thermoformable, bendable


high level hardness, anti-abrasion and hard coated

Extruded Acrylic sheet

Aquarium Acrylic

Light Diffusing Acrylic Sheets

Polycarbonate helmet visor application

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