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Plexi Pen Holder
Plexi Pen Holder - permanently adhesive and specially designed for Wallrite Dry-Erase Whiteboards.
Plexiglas® is a brand name for acrylic plastic (PMMA). Over the years, Plexiglas® has been developed to cover a range of different applications. In its basic form, it's completely colorless with excellent optical properties, but the material can be colored in an infinite number of shades. Today, PMMA (”plexiglas”) is sold under many different brand names, including Acrylite, Lucite®, and Perspex®.
The Plexi Pen Holder can be directly attached to the whiteboard by removing the protective strip on the back. It's a good idea to decide exactly where you want to place it, as it adheres strongly enough to hold both pens and cleaning fluid. The holder can accommodate six dry-erase markers and one bottle of AZOR cleaning fluid.
Poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) is a transparent thermoplastic, often referred to as acrylic or plexiglas. PMMA is typically called acrylic by most in the plastics industry and by those familiar with plastic materials. Plexiglas is undoubtedly the most well-known name for acrylic. The plastic is also known by trade names such as Optix, Lucite, Chemcast, and Polycast. Acrylic or PMMA is often used as an alternative to glass. Acrylic is a thermoplastic with about 92% transparency. The plastic is weather and age resistant and has many beneficial properties.
History of Acrylic
The material was developed in 1928 by several chemists like Otto Röhm, William Chalmers, and Walter Bauer. It was introduced to the market in 1933 by the company Röhm and Haas under the name plexiglas. Although technically not a type of glass, it was previously called acrylic glass. Despite its hard surface, akin to copper and brass, acrylic is known for its flexibility and adaptability, making it suitable for a wide range of tasks. It can be painted, glued, drilled, and sawed. You've likely encountered acrylic in your everyday life. Skylights, aquariums, dentures, and bone cement are all made of plexiglas (acrylic).