Can the acrylic display stand be used normally in a high temperature environment?

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Can the acrylic display stand withstand high temperature? Some customers' acrylic display stands are used in the open air. Will acrylic crack and deform due to exposure to high temperatures? The following Jayi acrylic will share some knowledge about acrylic display stand, I hope it will be helpful to everyone.

1. Acrylic is made of polymethyl methacrylate, which contains polar side methyl groups and has strong hygroscopicity. Under normal circumstances, the water absorption rate of acrylic board must be kept dry, the drying condition is 78-80, and the drying time is 5-6h.

2. Methyl methacrylate is an invisible polymer, and the shrinkage is decreasing, generally 0.45%-0.9%. Therefore, it provides good conditions for the molding accuracy of methyl methacrylate products during the production process. Generally, the molding is very accurate.

3. Acrylic resin made of polymethyl methacrylate has non-Newtonian fluid properties instead of ordinary fluid properties, so at high temperatures, the solubility of plexiglass will decrease, which indicates that acrylic resin products are very sensitive to temperature.

4. The temperature of methyl methacrylate monomer in the flow process is generally about 150, but when the methyl methacrylate monomer starts to decompose, the temperature is higher than 270, so it is flexible when the temperature changes, and will not Affected by temperature. High temperature resistance is the characteristic of plexiglass.

Acrylic display stands have sustainable high temperature resistance and easy cleaning. It is a new material that is more worry-free to operate. In the real mall display, cleaning the dust makes us very distressed. Some display racks made of materials are easier to turn yellow, and some dirt is not easy to wash off, so display racks made of acrylic are very convenient to clean.

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