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Polycarbonate honeycomb
for aeronautics

polycarbonate honeycomb
polycarbonate honeycomb
polycarbonate honeycomb
polycarbonate honeycomb
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for aeronautics

1,250 mm, 2,000 mm, 3,000 mm
(49 in, 79 in, 118 in)


500 mm, 1,000 mm, 1,350 mm
(20 in, 39 in, 53 in)


The polycarbonate honeycomb is: Easy to apply Shapeable to measure Waterproof / washable 100% recyclable We can supply two types of polycarbonate: standard quality polycarbonate and visual grade polycarbonate. In the visual grade the positioning of the cells is checked one by one to have a higher quality. For this reason its turning could have higher costs. In standard quality we provide a product of excellent quality but which can sometimes have the lack of a cell that does not affect its use at all as long as it is not that of lighting. Lighting customers are therefore requested to always indicate the need for a visual quality nest. FIELD OF APPLICATION The main fields of application of the polycarbonate honeycomb are deflectors for laminar directional flow ventilation, ventilated curtains for the commercial refrigeration industry, wind tunnels and climatic chambers. With the alveolar deflectors in polycarbonate, the efficiency and effectiveness of the flows are considerably increased, eliminating turbulence, reducing pressure drops, energy consumption and noise. The world's major companies in the commercial refrigeration sector use this honeycomb. The versatility of the honeycomb is also demonstrated by the way it manages to channel the light beams. The polycarbonate honeycombs with a density of 200 kg / m3 are also excellent shock absorbers for the protection of the vehicle, while using lower densities, lightweight and breathable anti-shock structures are created.


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