Polymethylmethacrylate (in abbreviated form PMMA) is a plastic material formed by polymers of methyl methacrylate, methyl acid methyl ester. In common parlance the term methacrylate generally refers to these polymers.
It is normally very transparent, more than glass, to the point that it has characteristics of behavior similar to optical fiber due to its quality of transparency, and with the property of being more or less in different percentages, unbreakable depending on its “mix”. Due to these characteristics, it is used in the manufacture of safety glass and similar items, in accident prevention facilities, in furniture or architectural objects in general.
PMMA is often used as an alternative to glass.
Fastmount ™ Ltd is an innovative retractable system for mounting panels capable of offering superior finish and impeccable alignment. Designed and manufactured in New Zealand, Fastmount clips are made of technical grade plastic with precision printing.
The system makes it easy to remove the panels and to always reposition them exactly in the same location.
Clips of the standard and low profile series are interchangeable and can be used together. For consistently uniform installation and quality performance.
Designed and manufactured in New Zealand, the Fastmount system is patent pending and its design is registered in the European Union.