Five methods for identifying materials in acrylic products
The first observation method:
This is a method based on the material characteristics of Acrylic itself. When purchasing acrylic, we can see if the acrylic board has a slight fading or a low gloss. If this exists, the acrylic quality is not good. In addition to this observation method, it can be seen whether the specification of acrylic is consistent with the actual condition of the acrylic sheet. If it is inconsistent, it can be judged that the acrylic material is irregular.
The second light transmission method:
This method is derived from the characteristics of acrylic light transmittance, which can be used to emit white light through the acrylic sheet. If yellow or blue color is found, the acrylic quality is not correct, because the acrylic sheet is transparent. The rate is very high and the light after it passes is positive white light and does not absorb light color.
The third method of combustion:
A small piece of acrylic can be used for the burning test. If the acrylic sheet burns quickly, the acrylic quality is not good.
The fourth paste method:
This method is also called hot melt method, which is distinguished by the difference in the adhesion of a good acrylic material to a bad acrylic material. For example, poor quality acrylic materials stick together and are difficult to separate, and good quality acrylic is easily separated.
The fifth packaging method:
The soft edge of the good quality acrylic material is very good. The bad acrylic sheet soft color looks very mixed. This industry is called joint venture board. Of course, the well-packaged acrylic sheet is definitely more expensive than the acrylic.