Twinwall Polycarbonate Roofing

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Description

Laserlite 2000+ Twinwall polycarbonate roofing from Sunnyside is an ideal combination, offering a lightweight glazing panel with excellent impact resistance, thermal and acoustic properties, and an industry leading 15 year warranty against loss of light transmission.

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Twinwall roofing is a double wall, hollow structured, flat, lightweight, polycarbonate glazing sheet.

It is the first choice for almost any demanding glazing application. As well as being aesthetically pleasing, it offers excellent thermal and acoustical properties. Sunnyside Twinwall will meet most architectural requirements and is available in a range of attractive colour tint options.

  • NZBC Fire group 1-S
  • Reduces heat without sacrificing light
  • Absorbs almost 100% of sunlight UV radiation
  • 250 times stronger than glass and 20 times stronger than acrylic
  • Very light, very strong and virtually unbreakable
  • Capable of withstanding temperature fluctuations from -20ºC to 120ºC
  • 15 year limited warranty against loss of light transmission

Not available for pick up (sent direct from factory) – nationwide delivery $35 (click here to view delivery map)

Click here to view our polycarbonate roofing forums and ask any questions about the product.

Polycarbonate and Acrylic Roofing Availability


Prices:

You can order online, or email or call us with your order. We will send you an invoice for credit card or direct debit payment.

6mm in clear, bronze tint, grey tint or opal

610mm x 1.8m $46
610mm x 2.4m $58
610mm x 3.0m $70
610mm x 3.6m $83
610mm x 4.0m $92
610mm x 5.8m $120
1220mm x 1.8m $91
1220mm x 2.4m $116
1220mm x 3.0m $140
1220mm x 3.6m $165
1220mm x 4.0m $183
1220mm x 5.8m $240

8mm in clear, bronze tint, grey tint or opal

610mm x 1.8m $58
610mm x 2.4m $73
610mm x 3.0m $89
610mm x 3.6m $104
610mm x 4.0m $116
610mm x 5.8m $151
1220mm x 1.8m $115
1220mm x 2.4m $146
1220mm x 3.0m $177
1220mm x 3.6m $208
1220mm x 4.0m $231
1220mm x 5.8m $301

Accessories

Sealer and dust tape combo 2 x 11m $50
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U end cap (6mm or 8mm) x 1.22m $8
U end cap (6mm or 8mm) x 4.89m $32
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Sheet fasteners with washer 12g x 55mm 50qty $36
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H-snap joiner x 5.8m $68
H-snap joiner x 2.9m $34
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Anodised F channel (6mm or 8mm) x 6m $95
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Installation and specifications:

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How it works:

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Laserlite Twinwall joining distances from Sunnyside clear roofing

Being a multiwall product, Sunnyside Twinwall polycarbonate roofing offers reduced thermal build-up under the sheet as compared to single skin products. It should be considered when heat reduction and reduced condensation is needed.

Thickness Width

(metres)

Width

(metres)

Length

(metres)

Area Weight

(kg/m2)

U-Value

(W/m2 ºC)

6 mm

1.220 m

1.8 to 5.8m

1.3 kgm2

3.5

8 mm

1.220 m

1.8 to 5.8m

1.5 kgm2

3.3

What is the U-Value?

The U-value is a measure of how many watts (representing the rate of flow of energy) pass through one square metre (m2), for every degree difference in temperature between the inside and the outside.

The lower the U-value, the better the insulation properties.

For reference, single glazed windows are usually 6.0, double glazed windows can be anything from 1.6 (gas filled) to 3.7

Single skin polycarbonate is usually 5.9

As an example, a U-value of 6.0 means that six watts will be escaping through each square metre of glass when the temperature difference is one degree. If it is 20°C in the house and 0°C outside, then the heat loss is 20 x 6 = 120 watts per square metre.

Note, this is different from the R value (used for insulation). The higher the R value, the better the insulation properties. So a U value of 3.5 is equivalent to an R value of 0.3

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