Axgard Clear 5mm is a popular thickness providing enhanced rigidity. Axgard solid material incredibly strong and durable and excellent as a glazing solution for many applications. Axgard Clear 5mm has a very high impact strength, a great light transmission and a good level of rigidity. Axgard is easy to cut or drill without breakage.
Axgard Clear 5mm Sheets have many features and benefits; we have listed just a few below:
FEATURES & BENEFITS
- High Impact Strength
- Good rigidity
- Easy to Cut to Size
- UV Stabilised
- Excellent Light Transmission
- Class 1 Fire Rating
- Easy to Drill & Fix
- Less than half the weight of glass
COMMON USES :
- General glazing
- Vandalism Protection
- Secondary Glazing
- Bus shelters
- Bicycle Shelters
- Cold Frames
- Shed Windows
Axgard Clear 5mm Sheets are an excellent solution for lightweight glazing and screening with excellent rigidity, impact strength and UV stability.
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Click our Axgard® Glazing Sheet Installation Guide above to view our latest fitting instructions for installing your Axgard Solid Glazing Sheets.
Axgard Glazing Sheets are popular on a wide range of projects being available in from 2 -12mm thick and in multiple tint options!
One popular installation type is on pergolas alongside our Alukap-XR Aluminium Glazing Bar Range due to their installation simplicity and high quality finish. Axgard looks like glass but are a lot easier to work with and are virtually unbreakable.
Axgard Glazing Sheets can also be installed with our Alukap-SS Aluminium Self Supported Glazing Bars, removing the need and cost of using timber or steel rafters!
The Glazing is installed in an aluminium frame (acting as a high level shelf) to display pieces of glass art in a sunny porch. Clear Amber cut the sheet to exactly the dimensions I requested. The offcuts should be useful for other purposes.
Very quick service and delivery.
Can’t fault it.
Axgard Clear 3mm UV Protected Glazing Sheet
Arrived when promised, well packaged, cut exactly to size
Not fixed yet, will advise when I get round to fixing it in place