Constructed for the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games, ANZ Stadium hosted thousands of sporting events. Palram’s SUNLITE 16mm X-lite Premium polycarbonate sheets were selected to replace the damaged original roof.
Providing an open-market experience at the new Irish Farmers Market, SUNGLAZE® polycarbonate sheets laid out in a double curved design, were the optimal choice for this space. Easy to shape and install, the Sunglaze system offers a protective, durable and aesthetic roof cover.
It is China’s largest stadium project this decade, a grand structure with alternating steel and polycarbonate flower-petals encircling the bowl’s perimeter. Due to high winds in the region, the roof was required to withstand wind loads of 310 kg/sqm. Additional challenges included extremely long sheets and the nearly zero degrees roof slope. One unique advantage of the Sunpal system is the watertight structure, maintained via proprietary T-fasteners system.
Once a similar system was installed at another site, the contractor was impressed with the product’s quality and recommended the system for a sister apartment complex. The building team was also impressed with PC’s superior impact resistance & ability to withstand objects falling on the pool cover from the above, as well as the features and benefits of PC sheeting such as its lightweight advantage at less than half the weight of glass.
We matched the color of our SUNPAL® Multiwall Polycarbonate Architectural Panels installed in the Zakho football stadium to the Zakho Sports Club color –Introducing the SUNPAL® in Zakho Red. The stadium's roofing shades and protects the spectators and the structure from the harsh weather in the region. The "made to order" team color is very appreciated bonus.
Palram’s translucent Palglas sheets were used to create a stunningly beautiful highway tunnel through a Hong Kong valley. This acoustic barrier dramatically decreases the level of noise produced by the heavy traffic in this multi-lane highway as well as reducing glare.
Cartagena is a port city on the Caribbean coast of Colombia. The city has a hot, tropical climate with the average high temperature exceeding 310C. The climate was a leading consideration In the planning of the "Plaza El Castillo" shopping mall, together with sustainable architecture and energetic efficiency.
PALSUN® flat polycarbonate panels were chosen to replace glass in facades and canopies of shopping centers in Lithuania. Through our Lithuanian distributor Avisma, Palram matched the characteristics of the original glass panels and provided a solution that is more durable than glass, and is safer for the visitors to the shopping centers.
SUNPAL® Roof in Woldia Stadium, Ethiopia. The new stadium is the most modern sports facility in the country, seating some 25,000 spectators. Palram provided Sunpal sheets to cover the stadium. Sunpal 18 mm Solar Control was used to cover the entire oval roof, as well as inner and outer parapets.
One of China’s newest and largest stadiums was recently completed in Anshun, a city in southwestern China. It was designed by Tangshan City Design Institute, one of China’s leading designers of sports venues. SUNTUF was selected for the roofing material due to its superior specifications and performance ratings.
The Abrolhos Islands are scattered off the western coast of Australia. The fishermen in the Abrolhos suffer from the corrosion of metal sheets used for roofing and cladding of their houses and sheds. Palram’s PALRUF corrugated PVC sheets, known in Australia as Durashield, proved to be the best solution to replace the metal.