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We offer correx/polypropylene sheets in White, Black, Red and Yellow in 4mm, White is available in 4,6 and 10mm. All prices are the same except for yellow which is slightly more expensive.
We have an inhouse printer and can print anything onto Correx and a variety of materials, including di-bond, foamex, hoarding, acrylic, glass and polycarbonate.
We can offer deals for large orders, just send us details of what you need.
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Benefits of Using Correx Sheets
Durable and strong, Correx has numerous advantages. It’s a cost-effective material that’s not just economical when you purchase it but also over time as it’s crack-resistant. Correx is also fully recyclable, making it a more environmentally-friendly material for a variety of applications. It’s also toxin-free so it won’t leach chemicals into the surrounding environment. It has great chemical-resistance and is water-resistant too, as well as being approved for food-packaging, making it a highly versatile material.
Despite being strong, it’s a very flexible sheeting that is easily hand or die-cut, and it has a high tensile strength. The rigidity and hard-wearing qualities that Correx sheets provide make it ideal for outdoor use. It can also be printed on easily, so it’s perfect for signage or advertising applications.
What Can Correx Sheets be Used for?
Due to the corrugated structure of Correx sheeting, it has the inherent qualities of plastic, such as chemical and water-resistance, as well as incredible strength for a material of its size and weight. Because of this, it’s a fantastic material for use in outdoor applications where you need something hard-wearing and durable. It offers brilliant value for money as it has a long lifespan, so it is perfectly suited to advertising or branding, both for in and outdoor use.
Signage is one of the most popular uses for Correx sheets, as well as visual displays. It’s also a great replacement for other materials, such as wood or cardboard, and can be used for protective food packaging as it’s malleable. In addition to signage and displays, Correx can be used for estate agent signs as it holds up well to weathering and can be printed on easily. It’s also ideal for information boards outside buildings or for events. It’s a lightweight material that can be used during building work too, as a form of floor, wall, door or carpet protection, as it’s tough and moisture-resistant.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Proplex the same as Correx?
Correx is the same as Proplex. Correx is the brand name, similar to Perspex and acrylic.
Can Correx be recycled?
Correx is fully recyclable along with our acrylic products.
How do you cut Correx?
It is possible to cut Correx to size. While we are able to cut Correx to size prior to shipping we appreciate that some may wish to do so themselves. Use a sharp knife and be careful.
What is Correx made of?
Correx is often described as a piece of corrugated plastic, similar to cardboard. However, unlike corrugated card which is made with three layers, Correx is a single layer with two flat faces and open pipes making up the corrugated structure.