Main Application of PMMA (Acrylic)
PMMA is the polymer obtained by the polymerization of acrylic acid and its esters, collectively referred to as acrylic resins, and the corresponding plastics are collectively referred to as polyacrylic plastics. Among them, polymethyl methacrylate is the most widely used. The abbreviation code of polymethyl methacrylate is PMMA, commonly known as plexiglass, which is by far the most excellent synthetic transparent material.
Acrylic products include acrylic sheets, acrylic plastic pellets, acrylic light boxes, signboards, acrylic bathtubs, acrylic artificial marble, acrylic resin, acrylic (latex) paint, acrylic adhesives, etc., with a wide variety of products.
Commonly seen acrylic products are acrylic products assembled from raw materials such as acrylic pellets, plates, or resins through various processing methods, combined with various parts of different materials and functions. As for the commonly heard acrylic fiber, acrylic cotton, acrylic yarn, acrylic nylon, etc., it refers to man-made fibers made by the polymerization of acrylic acid, and has nothing to do with acrylic products.
1. Architectural applications: shop windows, soundproof doors and windows, lighting shades, telephone booths, etc.
2. Advertising applications: light boxes, signs, signs, display racks, etc.
3. Transportation applications: doors and windows of trains, automobiles and other vehicles.
4. Medical applications: baby incubators, various surgical medical appliances, civilian products: bathroom facilities, handicrafts, cosmetics, brackets, aquariums, etc.
5. Industrial applications: instrument surface panels and protective covers, etc.
6. Lighting applications: fluorescent lamps, chandeliers, street lampshades, etc.
Application areas: hotels, shopping malls, office buildings, clubs, villas, museums, medical care, education, catering, exhibitions, etc.
Application areas: suspended ceilings, integrated ceilings, partitions, screens, sliding doors, transparent walls, hotel furniture, office furniture, bar counters, lighting, chandeliers, signs, signs, floors, landscapes, etc.
Acrylic furniture first appeared in Europe and developed in the 1990s. Acrylic furniture has only gained considerable development in the 21st century. Acrylic furniture can be seen in high-end hotels and villas in the field of home decoration.
Since the German Rohm & Haas company produced the first acrylic sheet in 1920, the application of acrylic has become more and more extensive. Acrylic furniture first appeared in Germany.
In 1941, a German crafts designer had a sudden thought when he was designing accessories. If acrylic can be used as a material for furniture, it would definitely be perfect. So he designed a design drawing of a coffee table using acrylic as the material. Tianhou made the coffee table. The appearance was perfect as he originally expected, but the structural design was lacking. So far, acrylic furniture was born.
Acrylic can also be used to make environmental buttons. Because of its high light transmittance, the buttons are shiny. At the same time, because of its strong hardness and not fragile, it can achieve the effect of long-term use.
Most of the furniture on the market is made of traditional materials such as wooden materials, metal materials, and glass materials. Furniture made of such materials has problems such as high cost, unenvironmental protection, and complicated craftsmanship.
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