Casting methacrylate manufactured with a wall thickness of 3, 4 or 5 mm (depending on size).
White ice normally used for manufacturing allows light scattering , preventing the concentration of sunlight so troublesome for vision, but it is also frequently used the colorless material.
On request they can be made domes in any other color and methacrylate high impact ( material considered next to polycarbonate, one of the most resistant to impact) , these domes are specially designed for areas with high risk of breakage, vandalism and accidents.
Due to its shape and slot airflow between dome and base, water condensation is prevented , even in the case of rapid cooling from the outside atmosphere . However , in circumstances of high humidity , you have to have a bivalve dome so that its greater isolation prevents excessively rapid cooling , avoiding , with warranty , the risk of condensation forming on the inside of the dome.
Because of these factors it is advisable to use local bivalve domes equipped with air conditioning and whenever you want to care for the thermal and acoustic insulation.
Molded by drawing, the inclination of its walls has been studied to obtain high levels of light scattering. They are manufactured with one or two vertices (square and rectangular, respectively) .