R E D C O™ P O L Y C A R B O N A T E
F A B R I C A T I O N & M A C H I N I N G R E C O M M E N D A T I O N S
Redco™ Polycarbonate sheet can be cut with a variety of common hand-held and table-mounted equipment. In general, sharp tooling with fine cutting teeth should be used to minimize vibration and clatter sheets should be properly supported along the trim line before cutting.
Use a fine-tooth, hollow ground panel blade with 10-12 teeth per inch. Sabre saws equipped with a fine-tooth blade can also be used, but proper support is recommended.
Drill with a high-speed steel or carbide-tipped twist drill. Drill holes slightly larger than the fastener to allow for expansion and contraction (e.g., drill a 1/4″ hole for a 3/16″ screw). Place holes at twice the fastener diameter or 1/2″ from the edge of the sheet, whichever is greater.
C A R E & M A I N T E N A N C E R E C O M M E N D A T I O N S
Clean Redco™ Polycarbonate sheet with any mild soap or detergent and warm water, using a soft cloth or sponge. Abrasive cleansers, brushes or squeegees should not be used. The manufacturer’s recommendations and instructions should be followed.
Redco™ Polycarbonate sheet should be stored on a flat surface out of direct sunlight. Do not stand or place heavy objects on the sheet.