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PLEXIGLAS®

Plexiglass
€5.30 *

Prices incl. VAT plus shipping costs

Delivery time 5 to 10 days

Item weight: 0.17 kg

Glass:

Size:

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Alu 6 and 7 up to 700x1000 mm
Alu 8, Wood 10 and 16 up to 1200x1400 mm
Alu 12, 14, 18, Wood 20 and 22 with Plexiglas up to 1400x2500 mm
Overview maximum dimensions
Dimensions for each magnetic frame
CLASSIC
With all glass types:
Alu 6 and 7: 130x130 mm to 700x1000 mm
Alu 8, 12, 14, Wood 10, 16 and 20: 130x130 mm to 1200x1400 mm
Alu 18 and Wood 22: 180x180 mm to 1200x1400 mm
With Plexiglas:
Alu 12, 14, 18, Wood 20 and 22: to 1400x2500 mm
Alu 18: on request to 2000x3000 mm

DISTANCE
With all glass types:
Alu 8, 12, and 14, Wood 10, 16 and 20: 130x130 mm to 1200x1400 mm
Alu 18 and Wood 22: 180x180 mm to 1200x1400 mm
With Plexiglas:
Alu 8 and Wood 10 and 16: to 700x900 mm
Alu 12, 14, 18, Wood 20 and 22: to 1400x2500 mm

B1
With all glass types:
Alu 6 and 7: 130x130 mm to 700x1000 mm
Alu 8, 12 and 14: 130x130 mm to 1200x1400 mm

CONSERVO
With all glass types:
Alu 8, 12 and 14, Wood 10, 16 and 20: 130x130 mm to 1200x1400 mm
Alu 18 and Wood 22: 180x180 mm to 1200x1400 mm
With Plexiglas:
Alu 12, 14, 18, Wood 20 and 22: to 1400x2500 mm

CONSERVO-DISTANCE
With all glass types:
Alu 8, 12, 14, Wood 10 and 16: 130x130 mm to 1200x1400 mm
Alu 18 and Wood 22: 180x180 mm to 1200x1400 mm
With Plexiglas:
Alu 8 and Wood 10 and 16: to 700x900 mm

PROTECT
With all glass types:
Alu 18 and Wood 22: 210x297 mm to 1200x1400 mm

DISPLAY
With Plexiglas:
Alu 12 and 14: 210x210 mm to 1400x2500 mm
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Alu 6 and 7 up to 700x1000 mm
Alu 8, Wood 10 and 16 up to 1200x1400 mm
Alu 12, 14, 18, Wood 20 and 22 with Plexiglas up to 1400x2500 mm



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Description

Advantages:

PLEXIGLAS® is particularly lightweight, shatterproof and protects sensitive exhibits from over 99 percent ultraviolet radiation.

Optics:

PLEXIGLAS® has no inherent coloration and is therefore very true to color. This allows works of art to be shown to their best advantage. Due to the possibility of electrostatic charging, it is not suitable for working with loose pigments such as pastels, charcoal, red chalk or pencil. This is because their traces would be visible as soiling on the pane.

Versions:

PLEXIGLAS® Gallery UV 100 is available in three versions with different properties. There is glossy and one-sided frosted glass. In addition, there is scratch-resistant glossy glass, which is coated on one side with a surface coating. This ensures scratch resistance and is resistant to abrasion and chemicals.

Structure:

PLEXIGLAS® is a 3 millimeter thick plastic glass made of acrylic. It weighs less than mineral glass and is softer in comparison, making it more scratch-sensitive. Its cut edges are blunt and injury-proof even without grinding.

Note:

The films on both sides must be removed before use, and the scratch-resistant side of the PLEXIGLAS® glossy scratch-resistant version is marked on delivery.

Cleaning:

For care the sensitive PLEXIGLAS®  , it is best to use an antistatic cleaning agent for plastics and a soft cleaning cloth. Alternatively, it can also be cleaned with water.

PLEXIGLAS® = registered trademark of Röhm GmbH, Darmstadt

 

 

Picture frame Glass in comparison

Top: Glossy glass, middle: Matt/anti-reflective glass, bottom: Anti-reflective museum glass

 

FAQ

What is the difference between glass and PLEXIGLAS®?

The difference between normal glass and PLEXIGLAS® is the material from which it is made. In contrast to mineral glass, PLEXIGLAS® is made from the plastic acrylic (short for polymethyl methacrylate) and has glass-like properties. The most important differences in their properties are generally considered: Mineral glass is harder, more scratch-resistant and more transparent  than acrylic glass. However, unlike real glass, PLEXIGLAS® is shatterproof, significantly lighter and offers a high level of UV protection. In addition, PLEXIGLAS® from Röhm sometimes has better Ra values for color rendering quality than greenish normal glass.

What is the difference between PLEXIGLAS® and acrylic glass?

PLEXIGLAS® is an acrylic glass, but not all acrylic glass is PLEXIGLAS®. Both terms are often used as synonyms, which is basically correct, but there is a crucial difference. Acrylic glass is made from the special plastic polymethyl methacrylate (abbreviation PMMA). This glass-like plastic is often used as a substitute for real glass due to its advantages in terms of break resistance and weight. There are various manufacturers of acrylic glass who offer the plastic glass under their own trade name. The acrylic glass PLEXIGLAS® is a registered brand name of the company Röhm GmbH. There are several other brand names for acrylic glass from other manufacturers. These are quite similar and difficult to distinguish at first glance. In terms of process technology, however, PLEXIGLAS® is the higher quality material, for which attention is paid to particularly high quality and low tolerances during production. PLEXIGLAS® can also be expected to have a fundamentally longer service life. For these reasons, this very high-quality brand acrylic glass is particularly suitable for use as picture glass in picture frames - not least because of its comparatively good color rendering properties and the 30-year guarantee from the manufacturer Röhm.

How heavy is PLEXIGLAS®?

In contrast to real glass, PLEXIGLAS® has the great advantage of being lighter, which is particularly noticeable in large picture frames. The larger the frame, the more the choice of glass type affects the weight of the picture frame. For example, a single plexiglass pane (approx. 3.5 kg per m²) is around forty percent lighter than normal glass (approx. 6.1 kg per m²). A more break-resistant toughened safety glass (approx. 9.5 kg per m²), on the other hand, is around fifty percent heavier. This is hardly noticeable with smaller frame sizes, but with large formats the difference will be several kilograms. Sometimes it plays a role that the picture frame or glass pane should be as light as possible with regard to handling during framing, hanging or in terms of shipping and logistics. Decide how important the weight is to you. In the replacement glass article or in the frame configurator, the weight of the currently configured frame in conjunction with the glass is always displayed as a calculated approximate value.

How scratch-resistant is PLEXIGLAS®?

Mineral glass without a coating has a robust and insensitive surface - i.e. normal glass, white glass and toughened safety glass. As plastic glass, PLEXIGLAS® is known to be sensitive to scratches. PLEXIGLAS® sheets are therefore always supplied with a protective film on both sides to protect them during transportation, which you only remove when framing your picture. Plexiglas sheets require the utmost care to avoid damaging the relatively soft surface. If you want to be on the safe side, choose the PLEXIGLAS® scratch-resistant version. The Plexiglas sheet, which is glossy on both sides, has an extremely robust coating on one side that is more resistant to abrasion and even chemicals. If the glass does get scratched, a special polishing paste for PLEXIGLAS® can be used to reliably remove minor scratches or blind spots.

What is the best way to clean PLEXIGLAS®?

PLEXIGLAS® Gallery is easy to clean with water. It is important that the Plexiglas pane is never wiped too dry to avoid scratches. The optimum solution for this type of glass to avoid micro-scratches and static charge is a special cleaning and care product for PLEXIGLAS® and a special care and cleaning cloth. As this is a special product, you will find it as an accessory in our online store.

Is PLEXIGLAS® break-proof?

Whenever the break resistance of glass plays a role, break-resistant glass types such as laminated safety glass (LSG), toughened safety glass (TSG) or the break-resistant acrylic glass PLEXIGLAS® are often used. If you want to prevent the risk of injury from possible shards, PLEXIGLAS® is the best known and most commonly used material: it is lightweight and shatterproof - ideal if these two issues are important.

How can the static charging of Plexiglas be avoided?

Plexiglas becomes statically charged primarily through friction (removal of the protective film / cleaning). This charge causes it to attract other materials. This can be dust, loose pigments from a picture or even a thin piece of paper itself.

The static charge cannot be prevented, it can only be removed or avoided.

1. Remove both protective films

2. Hold the pane with one hand and a heating pipe or other conductive material with the other hand for approx. 10 seconds.

3. If static charge remains, clean one side of the pane with the antistatic cleaner. Wipe the surface completely (e.g. first vertically, then horizontally, not in circles!). The charge will then have disappeared. If you are cleaning the window anyway, it is not necessary to discharge the charge via the heater.

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13 Mar 2024

in der Schule sind…

in der Schule sind Kratzer und manchmal auch Brüche nicht zu vermeiden, die Handhabung ist aber sehr gut

7 Mar 2024

Alles bestens, Material…

Alles bestens, Material ist ordentlich stark.

24 Nov 2023

Top Qualität. Perfekter…

Top Qualität. Perfekter Zuschnitt

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20 May 2023

wie immer perfekt

wie immer perfekt

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