Acrylic Panels- The New Glass

Acryform and Perspex is the new alternative to glass for splashbacks, balustrades, signage, decorative panels and shop fittings just to name a few, according to Hamilton Australia Pty Ltd.Having similar physical properties to its glass counterpart, it has come to be a force to be reckoned with.

It is easier to fabricate on site, lighter in weight and safer because it won't shatter.

It can be slumped as an Acryform panel in a matter of hours and can be easily moulded to suit a variety of applications. Acryform can be back sprayed any paint colour available to match any décor or to make a spectacular feature piece.

The Acryform used in a splashback has begun to take its rightful place in the market and is recognised as a preferred selection to glass, especially for tricky spots.

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600450 Acrylic Panels- The New Glass
Date: 27 July 2006

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