Marlon ST Dual Tints
Marlon ST dual tinted multiwall polycarbonate sheets offer dual-layer colour combinations in the same sheet to reduce heat build-up and solar glare while providing soft, diffused natural daylight. The heat controlling outer layer is effective in reducing solar heat gain through the roof by up to 50% and by combining this with a light diffusing opal interior, adds to the aesthetics and ambience of any conservatory, lean-to or veranda. Dual tint options include Heatguard Opal and Bronze Opal providing a comfortable cool and naturally daylit interior space.
- Solar controlling outer layer with an attractive opal inner layer
- Soft, diffused natural light
- Reduces heat gain by up to 50%
- Bronze or silver (heatguard) tinted outer surface with an opal interior surface
- Soft, diffused natural daylight
- Reduces heat gain by up to 50%
- Fits fabricated roof structures and glazing systems
- High natural light transmission
- Excellent structural durability
- Thermally insulating
- Damage and impact resistant
- Lightweight and easy to handle
- Co-extruded UV protection
- Excellent fire performance
- Limited warranty
|Colours & tints:||Bronze/Opal, Heatguard/Opal|
|Structures:||8mm 4wall, 10mm 6wall, 25mm Fivewall, 25mm 7Xwall, 32mm Sevenwall, 35mm Sevenwall|
|Specials:||Dual sided UV protection|
Ideal for conservatory roofs and sunrooms, polycarbonate is a high performance insulating glazing material which provides the transparency and optical clarity of glass at a fraction of the weight and cost.
- Polycarbonate is incredibly strong with an impact resistance up to 200 times greater than glass.
- Multiwall polycarbonate is highly insulating, e.g. 32mm 9wall Marlon ST has a U value of only 1.2W/m²K.
- Light in weight, the support structures need not be as heavy as with glass, offering savings in roof structure and installation costs.
- Whilst glass has to be factory finished to specification, polycarbonate is easy to cut, trim and with some structure options, cold curve on site.
- The solar controlling outer layer of Marlon ST dual tints reduces heat gain by up to 50%.
- Marlon ST comes in a range of tints to provide improved solar control and eliminates over 98% of harmful UV solar radiation.
- Marlon ST is a high quality, extruded, multiwall polycarbonate sheet with a co-extruded UV resistant coating
- As polycarbonate is a thermoplastic, it is important to take thermal expansion and contraction into account during any installation process.
- Marlon ST has been independently tested to various Fire Standards; for the most current certification please contact our Technical Department.
- Marlon ST is REACH and RoSH compliant, and 100% recyclable
- Any colour option is a through-colour so the colour of a cut edge will match the colour of the surface.
- Marlon ST sheets are covered by a limited warranty. For full details contact our Technical Department
Storage & sheet preparation
- Store sheets on a flat surface. Use an opaque cover, tightly secured, to protect from wind, rain and sun. Storage is always preferable indoors.
- Ensure that the clearly marked UV protected surface of the Marlon ST sheet is to the outside.
- Marlon ST sheets must always be installed with the ribs running vertically, or up-slope.
- Roofs should always be designed with a minimum slope of 5° to allow adequate rainwater run-off.
- Marlon ST sheet can be cut with a fine tooth circular saw or hand saw at a shallow angle.
- Use aluminium sealing tape at the top of the sheet to prevent ingress of moisture, dust and insects.
- Use breather tape at the bottom end of the sheet to minimise condensation and prevent dust or insects entering the sheet.
Thermal movement & fixing
Important - polycarbonate sheet will expand in the heat and contract in the cold.
- When drilling fixing holes they must be oversized (18mm) to allow the sheet to move.
- Drill between ribs and at least 40mm from the edge of the sheet.
- Fixings must not be overtightened, again this allows the natural movement of the sheet and will avoid unnecessary damage to the sheet.
- Cover breather tape with a ‘U’ profile sealed to the top face of the sheet with a small silicone bead.
- Use a low-modulus neutral silicone as an all-purpose silicone will cause polycarbonates to crack and disintegrate.
- Ensure all film is completely removed immediately after installation.
When installing any roofing material, including rooflights, ensure that safe working methods are adopted and appropriate safety equipment is used.
As a condition of ensuring that Marlon ST sheets perform at optimum throughout their service life, it is recommended that the sheets be cleaned periodically using suitable household cleaning agents as follows:
- Use lukewarm water to rinse the sheet and soften dirt.
- Make up a solution of lukewarm water and ordinary household cleaner or a mild soap and use this to wash the sheet.
- A sponge or soft cloth should then be used to gently remove dirt and grime.
- The cleaning process should then be repeated and the sheet rinsed and dried with a soft cloth.
- For larger areas clean the surface with a high-pressure water cleaner.
Care should be taken to observe the following precautions:
- Do not scrub Marlon ST sheet with brushes or sharp instruments.
- Avoid any abrasives or cleaners of a highly alkaline composition.
- It is generally advisable in all instances to test any cleaner on a sample piece of the Marlon ST sheet first and it should also be remembered that cleaners and solvents which state that they are suitable for cleaning polycarbonate may not be safe for use on the UV protective surface of the panels.
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