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LEXAN

Model GE-38

Internet #202038065

Store SKU #987412

48 in. x 36 in. x .093 in. Polycarbonate Sheet

$70.00 /each

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LEXAN polycarbonate sheet, 48 in. x 36 in., is a perfect glass substitute. Polycarbonate sheet maintains glass-like clarity and is highly impact resistant and strong. LEXAN is approximately 250 times stronger than glass. It can be used for a variety of household projects, including replacement windows, garage windows, and storm doors. Other applications include security and vandal protection. Its protective UV coating and its insulating property also make it a reliable glass alternative. Polycarbonate is lightweight and cuts easily with common tools (not included), making it easy to work with during installation-a plastic cutting blade for a circular saw is recommended.

  • Polycarbonate sheet is break/shatter resistant
  • Clear sheet allows light to pass through and permits easy visibility
  • Coated for protection against harmful UV rays
  • Excellent insulating properties
  • Cuts easily with common tools (not included) so you can do it yourself - recommend an approved plastic cutting blade for circular saw
  • Lightweight sheet for easy-to-handle installation

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Would this work as a desktop for a tween?

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September 7, 2016
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Polycarbonate could work in this application. The only issue is that the sheet is prone to scratching.
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Will it resist scratches from a dogs paw?

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We have a German Shepherd dog that we taught as a puppy to paw at our door to be let out, or come back in. Unfortunately we did not have a screened porch when we were training her. Now that we have a screened porch she has slowly torn the screen little by little off the door. We want to know if this product will resist scratch marks and also whether it is clear or foggy? We want to screw a sheet onto the door from the outside so that when she alerts us to come back in we will not have to keep replacing the screen on the door. We want to make sure this is the best choice.
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November 30, 2015
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Polycarbonate would be best for this application but not this particular one. There is a product called LEXAN MR10 which is scratch resistant and it is more expensive than this product. A Special Order can be placed at your local Home Depot. Please visit the Millworks Department (doors and windows) and an associate will assist you.
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Can I drill screw holes in it Also it weather resistant

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I want to screw it into the outside door that leads out to the courtyard.
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Yes, you can drill holes in this material. It is recommended that you drill the holes at least 1/8” larger than the fastener being used to allow for the natural expansion and contraction of plastic materials. The sheet is a UV stable product that can be used in direct sunlight and in outside applications.
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Can this be used for framing?

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yes, LEXAN Polycarbonate sheet is an excellant material for framing projects. It's high impact resistance will protect all types of photos, artwork, graphics from damage. It also has a UV protector in the material that will help keep photos from fading due to harmful UV rays if the frame is placed near windows and doors for extended periods of time.
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Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Yellowed well before 10 year warranty period I used Lexan as part of my small address sign on top of my mailbox. The Lexan has been exposed to direct sunlight about 3-4 hours a day. The Lexan began yellowing noticeably after 6 years. I would have been pretty upset if I had spent hundreds of dollars on a larger project. I did some research and found that Plexiglas (also known as Perspex, Optix, Lucite) will not yellow or discolor, even after 30 years. It's also cheaper than Lexan or other polycarbonates. If you're doing a large project (especially if replacing the clear sheets is difficult or very time-consuming), I highly recommend Plexiglas as a better alternative to Lexan. HD sells Plexiglas under the Optix brand name. June 19, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product that's easy to use These Lexan sheets are tough, light weight and almost unbelievably clear. I put twelve of them up on a third floor porch to convert it from a screen porch into a "glassed-in" porch. The whole project only took a few hours and the end result is just about perfect. Lexan is so easy to work with! I now keep thinking of yet more projects for which Lexan is the appropriate material. September 7, 2011
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