ACRYLITE® Satinice Light Diffusing Acrylic for Backlighting Technical Information

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Product

ACRYLITE® Satinice is specially engineered to perform with LEDs and offers maximum light transmission, optical brilliance, and uniform distribution of light without unsightly hot spots. ACRYLITE® Satinice lighting products include specialty acrylic sheet, tube, and molding compounds in a variety of diffusion grades. Whether architectural, hospitality, retail, or office environments, it can meet the technical and design requirements of lighting engineers, manufacturers, architects, and designers.

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Benefits

This product provides the following outstanding properties:

  • Scatters, hides, and transmits LED light efficiently
  • No blending required
  • Polymer can be “let down” to create precise hiding power
  • Scattering particles within the acrylic
  • Available in colorless and white
  • Matte surface provides better light scattering and glare reduction

ACRYLITE® Satinice Product Offering

->Increasing Light Diffusion

df22 8N

(Colorless)

0D010 df

(Colorless)

df23 8N

(Colorless)

0D002 df

(Colorless)

zd23

(Colorless)

zd24

(Colorless)

WD500 df

(White)

WD008 df

(White)

ZD22 0V440

(White)

Injection Molding X - X - X - - - _
Extrusion X - X - - X - - X
Sheet - X - X - - X X -
Tubes - X - - - - - - -
Impact Modified - - - X X - - X
Stocked Thickness(mm) _

1.5, 2.0, 2.5,

3.0, 4.5, 5.6,

6.0, 9.0, 12.0

_ 1.5, 2.0 _ _ 2.0

1.5, 2.0,

3.0, 4.5,

6.0, 9.0,

12.0

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Lighting Properties
*Light transmission % @ 2mm 90 90 89 89 91 89 80 64 64
**Full width ½ maximum angle,° @2mm 28 28 33 33

26

Molded chip glossy surfaces

33 45 97 97
Recognitions
UL 94HB RTI 90 RTI 90 RTI 90 RTI 90 RTI 50 RTI 90 RTI 90 RTI 90 RTI 50
f1 outdoor X X X X _ X X X X
  • *Light transmission is measured using a collimated beam and does not account for recycled light from surface reflections. Fixtures with highly reflected surfaces can recapture up to 50% of the light loss.
  • ** Scattering angle is measured using a collimated beam and the output result is half the brightness as the light directed forward.