Metacrylics products Tested at temperatures below minus 70 degree Fahrenheit

It is not often that a product is tested to the extremes of Antarctica, but Metacrylics has withstood freezing and temperatures below -70F, fierce Antarctic winds, and more. Other roof systems fail at temperatures above 0F. A simple test is to put our product in a refrigerator freezer for a couple of hours, put it on a hard surface and hit it with a hammer.

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+36 1. sux2bu commented 8 years ago

Well that told me exactly nothing.
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+41 2. drafterdb commented 8 years ago

Europe is not a nation...
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+33 3. cameramaster commented 8 years ago

Typical political speak....use's a load of words.....with no meaning.
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0 4. zaltysss commented 8 years ago

0:57 what is he doing with his hands ;DD
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+5 5. lvennard commented 8 years ago

Wish i could get that 2 mins 20 seconds back.
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+3 6. dogfish commented 8 years ago

i think that the statement here is that it is possible to use only renewable energy even at Antarctica. (but maybe not :x )
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+1 7. drudchen commented 8 years ago

Seems a bit ironic talking about global warming while complaining that -70F is too cold ;)
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+3 8. lyleoz commented 8 years ago

What Diesel powered ship did he use to get to Antarctica, or was it a plane?
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+7 9. LightAng3l commented 8 years ago

Did he just say Europe is a country? :S
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+1 10. Malakyte commented 8 years ago

My understanding:
So, if you are tired of living in polluted cities, go freeze your balls in Antarctica and make this place a waste disposal as well (ironical). >:)
It seems that their metacrylics products passed the temperature test at -70°F but not their brain... :x
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0 11. Unknown commented 8 years ago

How about starting to save the planet by leaving the Antarctica alone.
What a dork.
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+2 12. sux2bu commented 8 years ago

#8 He said they are on a world voyage on a sailboat. I wonder where it is docked.
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0 13. Yokhannan commented 8 years ago

A whopping 10 days huh.
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0 14. Guss commented 8 years ago

:S
-70°F (-21°C) you don't need to go to antartica

In antarcica you can reach -112°F (- 80°C)
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0 15. Nifen commented 8 years ago

It is fine to say that re-newable energy works at minus 70 degree's, the problem is... Its expensive!
I would love to have solar Hot water, Solar Power, but if i'm paying $10,000 dollars to off set my power bill by $100 a quater and my Hot water bill by 30%, I have to think of the short term cost and if its really worth it.
On top of that.. If i move house, I have lost that investment straight away.
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0 16. HappyFinn commented 8 years ago

What is that in celsius, which accoriding to my knoledge, is world standard of expressing heat?