Acrylic Reeded Glass

Acrylic, or poly(methyl methacrylate) is a transparent thermoplastic that is available in sheets for a lightweight and shatter-resistant alternative to glass. It is often purchased under brand names such as Plexiglas, Evonik Cryo Acrylite, Lucite and Perspex.
This material is durable, low-maintenance and offers exceptional optical clarity. It also possesses excellent abrasion and impact resistance.
Low-Level Obscurity
Acrylic reeded glass offers the same visual impact and strength as traditional reeded glass but is lighter, cost-effective, easily fabricated, and more diversified in texture and color options. It's a popular choice for house decoration day by day, and it has great light transmission and sound insulation effects.
A variety of patterns are available for obscurity glass, including opaque and frosted. Frosted obscure glass is most often used in shower doors and washroom windows, allowing you to maintain privacy without blocking light.
Obscure glass can also be tempered for improved strength and durability. This can make it a safer option than frosted glass, which may break due to strong winds.
Patterns can be used in a wide range of design applications, such as cabinet glass, door inserts, fabricated products, and more. They add a touch of elegance to any home or office. They can be customized for an exact fit, allowing you to achieve your design goals.
Light Transmission
Acrylic reeded glass is known for its exceptional light transmission performance. It’s capable of transmitting more than 92% of sunlight through its clear surface, making it the ideal material for greenhouses, skylights and store front windows.
It’s also an eco-friendly plastic alternative to traditional glass. It’s recyclable and can be scrapped and re-melted into new sheets to reuse in future projects.
In addition, it’s resistant to weather and fading. This makes it ideal for use in outdoor applications and can help keep products looking newer longer.
In fact, it’s so durable that it’s often used as picture framing glass, for its cost effectiveness and shatter resistance. It can be cut into a wide range of shapes and sizes, so it’s great for custom-made displays.
Acrylic is a durable material that is often used as an alternative to glass. It can be easily fabricated and has good moulding properties. It is also light in weight and can be transported safely.
It is used for windows and greenhouses. It is also a common replacement for glass in picture frames.
Unlike glass, it is not prone to shattering into small pieces and will instead crack into dull-edged chunks when damaged. This makes it a popular choice for window glazing in commercial buildings.
In addition to its durability, acrylic reeded glass can be painted or patterned with decorative designs or logos. It can be cut with tools similar to those used for glass and is commonly used in a variety of applications.
Acrylic reeded glass is also available in non-glare finishes to eliminate glare from the sun that may hit the front of your picture frame or artwork. The non-glare finish can be applied to both mirrored and clear glass.
Acrylic reeded glass is a sleek, contemporary alternative to traditional glass. Available in a variety of sizes, styles and textures, it can be paired with traditional furniture or incorporated into rental pieces to bring a touch of whimsy and personality into the room.
The non-glare acrylic material eliminates the glare that often ishes across the glass, obscuring the artwork and impeding the viewer’s ability to see what’s inside. It’s virtually indistinguishable from the glass it replaces and is incredibly lightweight and shatter resistant.
A green tinge to the glass-effect acrylic adds an attractive element that can be appreciated when looking through it, especially in shower screens or other applications where the edge of the material is visible. It’s a great way to mix the lightweight and shatterproof qualities of plastic with the aesthetic of glass, without sacrificing clarity or safety.