UV Protected Flat Polycarbonate Sheet
The despatch timings we publish are estimates and due consideration needs to be made when making purchases with tight deadlines and as such we shall not be liable for any losses, costs, damages, charges, or expenses caused by any delay for delivery of the goods.
Returns Policy For Brissco Online - We appreciate that there may be occasions you may wish to return items. To help you with this process please see our returns policy below.
Returning an item – Damaged - In the event you receive damaged goods we will arrange a replacement item for you. However, it is your responsibility to notify us within 72 hours of receipt that an item has been received damaged (please see risk below).
Returning an item – Risk - On receipt of the delivery you, the customer, are responsible for those goods and any loss or damage to the goods shall be at your own risk.
Returning an item – Incorrect - If you receive incorrect goods it is your responsibility to notify us within 72 hours of receipt at which point we will make the necessary arrangements.
Delivery shortages - Firstly, our carrier delivers parcels/packages. Any shortages of them must be reported to the driver on receipt. Secondly, shortages of contents of the parcel(s)/package(s) against the enclosed Brissco advice note must be made within 72 hours.
For more information visit our Deliveries & Returns policy page
Q. How does polycarbonate compare to glass in impact strength?
A. Polycarbonate is up to 200 times more impact resistant than float glass.
Q. What are the benefits of polycarbonate over glass?
A. Polycarbonate is stronger, more impact resistant, lighter in weight, won’t shatter, is easier to fabricate, and can be formed.
Q. Will polycarbonate sheet turn yellow after a few years?
A. The polycarbonate sheet we sell is of a quality that with proper maintenance, should last 10 years or more before it ever shows any appreciable sign of yellowing.
Q. Should I be concerned about scratching?
A. All materials will scratch to a greater or lesser degree dependent on the surface hardness. In glazing applications, the best performer is of course glass. When it comes to plastic sheet material acrylic is one the hardest with PETG/PET and polycarbonate being less hard. As with all things when selecting a material for an application there is a trade-off, with all properties having to be considered. Unlike acrylic, scratches cannot be readily polished out.
Q. How do you clean polycarbonate sheet?
A. Use a mild soap & water mixture with a gentle cleaning cloth. Do not use ammonia-based cleaning solutions.