Stadiums, Industrial Roofing, Cladding and Public Areas
Look up in sports halls, public area, large roofing, around the world, and you will see how architects have chosen to use PLAZIT-POLYGAL sheets to create attractive transparent roofing solutions.PLAZIT-POLYGAL sheets are consistently selected for construction applications due to their ability to allow maximum natural light into spaces and halls while providing excellent thermal insulation, helping to keep internal temperatures constant and save on heating energy during winter. Our sheets are easy to install and repair, making them ideal for skylights of all shapes including domes, arches, pyramids and curtain walls; making every space a work of art. PLAZIT-POLYGAL sheets are chosen also for their strength and durability; strong enough to withstand high impact racing cars, fast flying balls and charging players while transparent enough for spectators to enjoy the game.
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Stadiums, Industrial Roofing, Cladding and Public Areas

Benefits:

  • Excellent light transmission
  • Light weight
  • Superior sheet strength and durability
  • Higher clarity
  • Economic solution – Excellent thermal insulation
  • Easy to install and repair – No additional structural support required
  • Radiation filtering coatings

Architucture Applications

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