Model # 1PC0810A

Internet #100244149

Store SKU #104587

LEXAN 8 in. x 10 in. Polycarbonate Sheet


8 in. x 10 in. Polycarbonate Sheet

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For do-it-yourself household projects and contracting jobs, consider using the LEXAN 8 in. x 10 in. Polycarbonate Sheet. This clear acrylic panel is highly shatter resistant and energy efficient, making it an excellent glass alternative for applications such as security, storm doors and window replacement. The sheet has excellent durability and impact resistance. The lightweight sheet is easy to work with during installation.

  • Polycarbonate sheet is break resistant
  • Clear sheet for light transmittance and visibility
  • Blocks harmful UV rays
  • Shatter resistant for safety and long life
  • Lightweight sheet is easy to handle during installation
  • Helps save energy



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Can this be cut down to fit the bottom of a reusable grocery tote bag? If yes, how?

Asked by: Shannon
Yes Please see the following cutting video:
Answered by: Plaskolite Customer Care
Date published: 2017-05-10

Can this product be used as shelving

I'm looking to build a display case for my collectables. There is nothing super heavy or anything, just simple nicknacks and curio type stuff like action figures and what have you. So if I were to buy several sheets, could I fashion them into a display case with shelves? I know some materials such as wood and plastics experience what is known as creep when they have even a small load on them over time.
Asked by: Christopher
Due to the small surface space that will be supporting the items you described in your message you should be fine. You are correct, when placing items on plastic sheets the sheets can over time "sag" but that usually only happens when you are trying to create a large shelf surface. Although without knowing for sure how you are fastening them to the cabinet and the exact weights on each shelf we cannot tell you for sure that you will not see any warping of the sheet, the way you described it here you should be fine for this application. something like that
Answered by: Your Polymershapes Expert
Date published: 2015-09-20
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