Solid PolycarbonateSolid polycarbonate sheet is resistant to weathering and UV radiation.
Twin Wall PolycarbonateTwin Wall Polycarbonate sheets are suitable for illuminated signs and displays.
Corrugated Polycarbonate :Corrugated sheets are an excellent choice for roofing signage and outdoor displays.
Exceliteplas PolycarbonateThey are often used for skylights, lighting for corridors, balconies, passages, subway entries, and walkways.
Clear and Tinted PolycarbonateClear polycarbonate sheets offer high clarity and are used for see-through signage. On the other hand, tinted options are known to provide an elevated visual impact.
Site AssessmentThe process begins by assessing the installation site. An expert installer will make sure it is suitable for mounting the polycarbonate signs and lights. They will also confirm if the chosen location has proper structural support and access to electrical connections if the lights are involved.
Secure Mounting SurfaceThe mounting surface is prepared by ensuring it is clean, flat, and sturdy. For wall-mounted signs and lights, appropriate anchors, brackets, or screws are used to secure them in place. On the other hand, for free-standing signs, a stable and level base is required.
Electrical Connections (If Applicable)If your project involves polycarbonate lights, make electrical connections safety guidelines and local electrical codes must be followed. This includes wiring, connecting the lights to a power source, and testing to ensure they work correctly
Sign and Light PlacementIt is important to carefully position the polycarbonate signs and lights on the mounting surface or base. Also, we must double-check alignment to ensure they are level, upright, and secure. Only the recommended hardware and brackets are used for attachment.
Final Inspection and TestingOnce the signs and lights are securely in place, a final inspection is conducted. This helps to check whether they are free from defects, properly aligned, and securely fastened. If lights are involved, we test them to verify that they illuminate as intended.