Acrylic, also known as PMMA (Polymethyl methacrylate), is a rigid and transparent plastic material with outstanding strength, stiffness, and optical clarity.

Acrylic is a material that resists scratches. It’s frequently used in tanks, panels, and optical applications. When machined, clear acrylic will appear more frosted than transparent, but several finishing techniques can smooth it back to an optically clear state.

Features of Acrylic plastic :

The light transmittance is above 92 percent with transparency that resembles crystal. Compared to glass and other polymers, this material has a higher light transmittance.
High surface hardness and surface gloss. Acrylic has great scratch resistance.
Acrylic has good processing performance.
Wear-resistant and corrosion-resistant. Most laboratory chemicals’ aqueous solutions have no effect on acrylics.