The lighting roof of hollow polycarbonate panels is commonly used in many buildings nowadays. It is mainly used for the top floor of the office building and the atrium of the hotel.What requirements should we be aware of when designing the lighting ceiling for hollow polycarbonate panels?
1. Impact strength
The hollow polycarbonate panels needs to have the ability to resist snow and snow as the lighting roof, and at the same time, pay attention to the wind speed, the corresponding wind pressure, and the snow pressure in different areas. This is also important to ensure that the lighting roof is strong and durable.
2. Seismic performance
Under the seismic action of hollow polycarbonate panels, there are various kinds of damage situations, which should be considered from the seismic design of hollow polycarbonate panels itself, mainly considering the connection reliability between hollow polycarbonate panels and main support body, and also considering the anti-extrusion and deformation capacity of hollow polycarbonate panels, so as to increase the thickness of hollow polycarbonate panels.
3. Insulation performance
The thermal insulation performance of hollow polycarbonate panels refers to the heat transfer capacity of hollow polycarbonate panels impedance from the high temperature side to the low temperature side under the condition of air temperature difference on the inside and outside of the daylighting roof, as well as the ability of transmitting and absorbing solar radiation heat to the inside.hollow polycarbonate panels can maintain the physical indexes of stability in the range of 40 ℃ to 120 ℃.
4. Sound insulation
The sound insulation effect of hollow polycarbonate panels is obvious, which has better sound insulation than glass and acrylic board of the same thickness. Under the condition of the same thickness, the sound insulation volume of hollow polycarbonate panels is 3-4db higher than glass.
In addition, it should also considered the design: fire design, anti-hail (impact) performance, lightning stroke protection design.