Structural Glazing Polycarbonate
Polycarbonate is a clear thermoplastic formed under heat and fixed in shape through cooling. It’s hard, durable and versatile nature makes it perfect for construction projects and can be moulded into a range of shapes to suit every project including domes and pyramids. It can also be recycled and reused by heating it to a plastic state.
Polycarbonate retains its light transmission qualities and resists UV discolouration making it a long-lasting and durable material. It also has exceptional impact resistance which is why it’s a popular material used in rooflights.
We supply a wide range of clear, tinted, patterned and opaque finishes and, co-extruded UV protection which eliminates up to 95% of UV radiation from inside the building.
The unique, aluminium framed Panelised Glazing system described previously is also a particularly effective light transmitting wall solution when used in conjunction with Nanogel® technology.Read more
X-Emplar is Xtralite’s new sheer plane rooflight system that offers an overall Ud Value of just 1.1W/m2K.Read more
Ability to introduce more daylight than any other type of rooflight construction.Read more
Perhaps the most universally used system for closing and providing a glazed cover.Read more
Xtralite's range of Ridged Rooflights are typically used to cover and light corridors, walkways and monospaces.Read more
As the name suggests, these pyramid rooflights do not require any additional support, except an upstand or kerb to which it can be attached.Read more
A unique aluminium-framed polycarbonate glazing panel system that can reduce site installation time by as much as 70%, due to its ease of fixing.Read more