- uv stabilized
Polycarbonate is a superior engineering plastic material for extreme
UV Stabilized to ensure a long life.
The high continuous working temperature of up to 257o F (125o C) even under
conditions, allows the installation of lamps with a high wattage.
The high impact resistance and durability remain even at subzero
temperatures (down to -40o C)
- absolutely uv resistant
Acrylic is a material with unsurpassed resistance to weathering and aging.
Acrylic has an exceptional brilliance, which does not diminish even after
prolonged use- thanks to an optimum surface hardness.
Acrylic lamp housings are highly competitive particularly with modern light
sources where the maximum
working temperature does not exceed 194o F (90o C)
Injection Blow Mold.
Acrylic 6" - 20" Spheres 1/8" at poles, 1./16" at center
Polycarbonate Spheres 18" and 20" SAME AS ACRYLIC
Acrylic 22" 1/4" at poles, 3/32" at center
Polycarbonate 8" - 16"1/8" at poles, 1/16" at center
Dome lens 1/8",
Cubes 3/32" on the flats, 1/16" in
Hand Blow / Molded: (sheet/fabrication)
Two-piece globes, hemispheres, hemisoids, and ellipsoids globes 3/16" in the
center, 1/16" at the poles.
Elipsiods 3/16" at the center, 3/32" at the poles.
Extrusion Blow Mold:
Acrylic and polycarbonate street lamps Alt street lamps have an average wall of
3/32" except the neck which is 1/8"