Fiberglass sky-light dome offers functional beauty to sky-lights which cannot be achieved through conventional paneling. While maintaining desired luminous-sens, fiberglass sky-light domes reduce harsh glare, diffuses light and controls heat. Non-yellowing, white translucent fiberglass sky-light domes satisfies the balance of light transmittance and luminous glare. Solid or multi-colors enables the designer to capture the atmosphere and mood of the entire room.

Suggested Usages
Decorative wall panels, Room Dividers, Shower Enclosures, Stained Art Windows, Structural Panels, Lighting Fixtures, Canopy Roofs, Luminous Ceilings, Sky Light Domes, illuminated signs, factory & Go-down shades and many, many more…….

ADVANTAGES

LIGHT TRANSMISSION: FIBER GLASS sheet is translucent not transparent. This allows about 85% diffused cool light to pass through without glare. There is no shadow.

HIGH STRENGTH: FIBER GLASS sheet are virtually unbreakable. Drop a brick or hammer on it and it will merely bounce off. The spiraling cost of replacement due to carelessness and vandalism or everyday hazard is eliminated.

WEATHER RESISTANCE: FIBER GLASS sheet are impervious to environmental conditions such as temperature change and all forms of precipitation. The detrimental effects of sunlight exposure and yellowing have been minimized with the addition of U.V. absorbers. FIBER GLASS SHEETS provides maximum protection to the installation from storms, hails and hurricane. The dangers of shattered glass and flying objects are virtually eliminated.

CHEMICAL RESISTANCE: FIBER GLASS has excellent resistance to most acids, mild alkali and petroleum based solvents allows its use in many corrosive atmospheres. It will not support fungus.

FIRE RESISTANCE: Burning embers will not fire FIBER GLASS sheets. Fiber Glass reinforcements is a barrier to flame break through.

ECONOMICAL: Above all FIBER GLASS cuts down your lighting cost. No artificial lighting required during the day. In various cases FIBER GLASS saves so much on electricity bills that the installation pays for itself in the first year.

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