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   Acrylic       Acrylic polymers are formed by polymerizing acrylic acids through a reaction with a suitable catalyst. Acrylics provide excellent environmental resistance and have faster-setting times than other resin systems. 
   PET       Polyethylene terephthalate (PET), also called polyester fiber, refers to any one of a large family of synthetic polymers composed of at least 85% (by weight) an ester of a substituted aromatic carboxylic acid. General characteristics of this family include high tensile strength; chemical, wrinkle, and abrasion resistance; and ease of drying and wash ability. Industrial uses include belting, hoses, cords and threads; essentially any application where the fiber must be highly flexible, yet durable. 
   Polycarbonate       Polycarbonate is an amorphous material with excellent Impact Strength, clarity, and optical properties. Polycarbonate has excellent mechanical properties, and can be molded to tight tolerances. Solvents and petrochemicals attack it, and its weatherability is only adequate. Brand Names include: Caliber® (Dow), Lexan® (GE), Makrofol® and Makrolon® (Bayer). 
   Tempered Glass       Safety glass does not produce large dangerous fractured pieces during impact failure. Tempering and lamination are method used to produce safety glass. Tempered glass has a compressive residual stress induced on the surface. The tempering process strengthens the glass and causes the glass plate or sheet to break into small, harmless pieces. 
   Other Material       The screen or divider is made of specialty / other material. 
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