Laserlite Multiwall polycarbonate features 10 mm thick polycarbonate sheets. Matched with an Aluminium glazing system to provide flexibility with design and ease of installation. The flat sheets give a modern look to the system. The Laserlite Multiwall polycarbonate sheets are available in a range of colours so you can choose one that suites your patio area.


Laserlite Multiwall Polycarbonate Range Specifications

Colours Grey Tint Platinum Bronze Tint Opal Clear
Light Transmission 9% 11% 22% 16% 86%
Heat Transmission 24% 16% 30% 29% 76%
Shading Co-Efficient 0.544 0.376 0.593 0.394 0.907
Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC)  0.47  0.327  0.52  0.34  0.79
U Value  3.17 W/m2.Degree Celcius
Warranty 5 years against weather breakage – including hail up to 25mm and 15 years against loss of light transmission>

Laserlite Multiwall Profile Specifications

Profile Specifications Makrolon Twinwall Polycarbonate Profile Diagram
Sheet Width 1050 mm or 700mm
Rafter Centres 1070 mm or 720mm
Purlin Centres NOT RECOMMENDED – rafter installation only for high wind applications, purlins must be flush with rafters  – 1200 mm (max)
Maximum Overhang  50 mm
Minumum Curve Radius  1500 mm
Available Sheet Sizes

1050mm WIDE SHEETING:  2.0m, 2.5m, 3.0m 3.5m, 4.0m, 4.5m, 5.0m, 5.5m, 6.0m, 6.5m, 7.0m, 7.5m, 8.0m, 8.5m, 9.0m

700mm WIDE SHEETING: 2.0m, 2.5m, 3.0m, 3.5m, 4.0m, 4.5m, 5.0m, 5.5m, 6.0m, 6.5m, 7.0m

Recommended Roof Slope  5 Degrees

Laserlite Multiwall Colour Options


Laserlite twinwall Makrolon Twinwall Polycarbonate twinwall roofing

Things to note

Recommended for rafter design ONLY (except in high wind areas), giving the most aesthetically pleasing and cost effective structure.  These sheets can be trimmed down to any width to suite existing rafter centers.  Laserlite Multiwall sheets should have a minimum fall of 5 degrees  – this is important to keep your sheets looking good for many years to come.

Silicons are not recommended for Polycarbonate sheeting – the aluminium glazing system is designed so that silicons are not required to be used on the polycarbonate.

Sheets can be cut to length free of charge before dispatch, otherwise a fine tooth circular saw can be used to trim sheets on site.

Download the full installation guide lines below, or give us a call to discuss the best way to use this system.