New Makrolon Polycarbonate Sheet

Sheffield Plastics has introduced Makrolon LF low flammability polycarbonate sheet developed to provide improved flame resistance and processing advantages for the most demanding applications.

Makrolon LF is UL 94 V-0 listed and meets stringent FAR 25.283 A and B flammability requirements. Makrolon LF is incredibly easy to form and can be easily die cut, punched and sheared for the most demanding fabrication needs. It features improved ductility and reduced brittleness for superior impact strength, many times that of float glass and acrylic. It is also UV stabilized and offers excellent optics.

Makrolon LF is ideal for applications requiring flame inhibiting polycarbonate - such as transparent interior aircraft components, electronic enclosures, gaskets, spacers, switchgears, electrical devices, thermoformed equipment and other current carrying components.

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