Non Fragile Polycarbonate Roof Canopies and Shelters
Introducing our new range of non fragile polycarbonate roof canopies and shelters. The non fragile multi-link glazing panels used in our canopies and shelters conform to Health and Safety Executive (HSE) recommended test method ACR(M) 001:2005, achieving a B classification. Use of these panels will help prevent accidental falls through the glazing if access is gained to the roof, either by authorised or un-authorised persons. This should be of particular consideration in situations where canopies are being installed adjacent to or attached to single-storey flat-roofed buildings. Non fragile multi-link glazing panels will also withstand heavy weights of fallen snow, something which traditional polycarbonate roof canopies may struggle with. In extreme circumstances the traditional polycarbonate roof canopies have been known to collapse.
Our non fragile polycarbonate roof canopies and shelters can be supplied and installed with either a traditional Tanalith® E pressure treated timber framework or with RAL powder coated aluminium supports. The pressure treated timber we use in the construction of our canopies and shelters is Scandinavian 5ths kiln dried redwood, with radius corners to prevent splinter hazards, and carries our standard 15 year guarantee against fungal decay and insect attack. The non fragile multi-link glazing panels can be supplied in standard finish of clear, bronze or opal coloured 16mm multi-wall polycarbonate, allowing for maximum light penetration into adjacent classrooms or corridors yet providing full protection from harmful UV and IR rays. All our non fragile polycarbonate roof canopies and shelters are supplied complete with rainwater facilities of guttering and down-pipe(s).
If you would like a non fragile polycarbonate roof canopy or shelter at your school, nursery or sports and social club then look no further than Martell Play and Leisure, your local supplier and installer.