VULCAN’s Polycarbonate Canopy and Awning Solutions

Polycarbonate roofing and wall cladding sheets are one of the most durable, versatile, light penetrating but at the same time, virtually unbreakable of building materials available on the market.

VULCAN Polycarbonate sheets, renowned for their strength and lightweight nature, are ideal for creating durable polycarbonate canopies and awnings. Being 250 times stronger than glass and surpassing FRP and Acrylic in impact resistance, they provide robust, bullet-stopping security. Available in customizable sheets and rolls, these fireproof and weather-resistant sheets are perfect for versatile civil construction needs, including secure and long-lasting polycarbonate canopies and awnings.

EMBOSSED and FLAT Polycarbonate Sheet Options

VULCAN Polycarbonate canopies and awnings roofing sheets, including the unique Solid EMBOSSED and Solid Flat Series, offer unparalleled versatility in design, catering to a wide range of structural designs and preferences. The Solid EMBOSSED Series, known for its textured, frosted surface, provides additional light-diffusing features, ideal for applications requiring softened, indirect light.

In contrast, the Solid Flat Series maintains a sleek, smooth appearance for traditional design needs. Both series are available in various profile types, colors, and sizes and can be adapted for flat or curved surfaces through cold bending. This range of options ensures endless possibilities and combinations, allowing for creative and functional architectural solutions in canopy and roofing designs.

Polycarbonate Canopies-Solid Flat/Valuview Opal
Solid Flat / Valuview Opal
Polycarbonate Canopies-ROMA / Ti-Lite
ROMA / Ti-Lite
Polycarbonate Canopies-ROMA / Valuview Clear
ROMA / Valuview Clear

Material Properties of Polycarbonate Canopies and Awnings

Additional properties can be added to VULCAN polycarbonate sheets with the help of co-extruded coatings or additives. Below is a list of materials and their properties. For more detailed information, please check out our Material Properties Guide page.