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OPTIX 23.75 in. x 47.75 in. Prismatic Clear Acrylic Light Panel
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OPTIX

23.75 in. x 47.75 in. Prismatic Clear Acrylic Light Panel

$10.47 /each

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The OPTIX 47-3/4 in. x 23-3/4 in. Clear Acrylic Light Panel offers a commercial-grade clear replacement ceiling panel that is easy to install and resists yellowing. It has a prismatic surface that helps diffuse the light from fluorescent bulbs.

  • Made of clear, non-yellowing acrylic
  • Commercial-grade suspended-ceiling light panel
  • Approximately 8 sq. ft. coverage area per piece
  • Prismatic surface disperses light evenly

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Are these panels fire proof? If not at what temp do they melt

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These panels are not fireproof. They have the following thermal properties:
Maximum recommended
Continuous Service Temperature: 170-190 °F
Softening Temperature: 210-220 °F
Melting Temperature: 300-315 °F
Full specifications can be found at https://www.plasticsintl.com/datasheets/Acrylic_(PMMA)_Extruded.pdf
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These panels will melt at about 300 degrees.
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What tool is recommended to trim these down to a smaller size?

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I have cut and installed thousands of these plastic light panels and in my opinion, the best way to cut them to size is to use a table saw. You can also use a handheld circular saw or Skill Saw.
1. Table Saw Method: Run a piece of masking tape along your cut line on the back (smooth) side of the lens so that the saw blade will cut down the middle of the tape to prevent chipping and cracking during Read More
I have cut and installed thousands of these plastic light panels and in my opinion, the best way to cut them to size is to use a table saw. You can also use a handheld circular saw or Skill Saw.
1. Table Saw Method: Run a piece of masking tape along your cut line on the back (smooth) side of the lens so that the saw blade will cut down the middle of the tape to prevent chipping and cracking during cutting. Cut with the tape side down against the saw table and cut in a smooth, steady pace. remove the tape when finished. Stopping mid-cut or cutting too slowly will cause the blade to heat up and the plastic could melt. If the lens begins slapping against the saw table, you are moving too fast, or your blade may be dull. You can control this and prevent chipping by placing a board on top of the plastic.
2. Circular Saw Method: Sandwich the plastic between two pieces of wood when you cut it. Mark your cut line on the top piece of wood and then cut through the whole wood/plastic sandwich. You don't need to tape your cut line with this method. It doesn't matter how thick the wood is, as long as your saw blade will cut through it. 1/2" to 3/4" plywood or boards are ideal. Read Less
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You can use a handheld plastic sheet scoring tool like the one available in your local Home Depot store or on HomeDepot.com. To find it on HomeDepot.com put the following number in the search box and it will populate this tool. 202038073. You can also type in plastic sheet scoring tool and get the same results. To find the tool in the stores go to the Millwork dept (doors and windows) and look for the Read More
You can use a handheld plastic sheet scoring tool like the one available in your local Home Depot store or on HomeDepot.com. To find it on HomeDepot.com put the following number in the search box and it will populate this tool. 202038073. You can also type in plastic sheet scoring tool and get the same results. To find the tool in the stores go to the Millwork dept (doors and windows) and look for the LEXAN Polycarbonate and acrylic sheet rack and they will be on the top shelf of that display. Read Less
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Rated 1.0 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Brittle - will probably break if you just look at it the wrong way Brought this home to replace a lens that took a blow while a fixture was being moved. In comparison to the stock lens on the Lithonia troffer, this replacement lens is thinner, much more brittle can hardly be bent to install without ripping or shattering. It is a disappointing product... Even so, I will probably keep using them as this is what the store stocks. :-/ Plan on buying multiple lenses as you will probably crack a few before getting one to mount. January 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Glued on opaque label can not be removed the opaque label will not come off the panel. Used Hayden plastic cutter and did get a piece cut with great difficulty. But with the label problem I plan to take the whole mess back and only buy a sheet that Ifirst remove the label successfully from. July 31, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by difficult to cut to size and breaks easily Needed to cut the width and length to fit the ceiling fixture encasement. Even with the plastic cutter recommended, it was very difficult to it cleanly. Even harder to place in the ceiling enclosure without it bending and cracking. I'll find another solution cause I'm not doing this again. January 1, 2015
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