printing · coating · foiling
has become increasingly important in the field of plastics technology in the last years.
You can choose from a wide range of methods and procedures for finishing transparent plastic semi-finished goods made of PLEXIGLAS® / acrylic glass and others: from abrasion-resistant, so-called “scratch-resistant” surfaces to anti-static coatings up to and including finishing with screen-printing or a transparent printed film.
As an attractive alternative to glass, PLEXIGLAS® / acrylic glass has already established itself on the market and continues to grow in popularity thanks to its appearance not to mention weight reducing properties. The material PLEXIGLAS® / acrylic glass is also a brilliant solution both as a printed display for medical devices as well as for room control units.
Anti-static, transparent ESD panes
HECKER® meets the stringent requirements of ESD applications through the use of semi-finished products with the very best technical quality and antistatic coating of
- PVC glass, transparent
- Polycarbonate / EUROPLEX® EC or SDX-F
- PLEXIGLAS® / acrylic glass
from leading brand-name manufacturers (trademarks e.g. EXOLON® GP made of MAKROLON®, LEXAN®, PLEXIGLAS®).
Abrasion-resistant, transparent sheets
As a basis for making flat technical drawing-based parts with a high level of abrasion resistance, the following is available as a semi-finished primary material with a thickness of 3–12 mm x 3000 x 2000 mm:
Polycarbonate sheets, e.g. EXOLON® GP made of MAKROLON® AR® HARD sheets*) improved abrasion resistance compared to non-coated plastic.
Chemical-resistant, transparent sheets
As an alternative semi-finished primary material for making flat technical drawing-based parts that are highly resistant to chemicals the following is available:
- EXOLON® GP made of MAKROLON® AR® scratch-resistant on both sides,
3,000 x 2,000 mm with a thickness of 3– 12mm
- PLEXIGLAS ® Optical HC scratch-resistant on one side,
3,050 x 2,050 mm with a thickness of 2–8 mm