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What is the neon sign made from?

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Our neon signs are made from high-quality Neon flex which is a silicone tube filled with LED lights. The neon tube is mounted on a 4mm acrylic board.

Flexible Neon vs Glass Neon vs LED Neon Flex | What's the difference?

LED Neon Flex has many advantages over old glass neon. Compared with glass neon lights. Neon flex has a lower profile and greater power efficiency. Durable with a lifespan of up to 40,000 hours or more. Neon Flex can be bent to create pretty much any design you can think up.How heavy is a neon sign? A neon sign typically weighs between 5 and 10 kgs. Double-sided neon and steel channel letters with neon inlay weigh considerably more. 20kg and upwards How do you use Neon Flex? Neon Flex is typically used for decorative purposes. We use neon flex to create signs. Neon Flex is also sometimes used for architectural lighting. Do neon lights burn out? Yes, neon lights can burn out. The lifetime of a neon light depends on many factors, such as the quality of the materials used, the operating conditions, and the manufacturing process. A neon light will last for several thousand hours before it needs to be replaced. Should you leave neon signs on? Yes, you can leave neon signs on all the time. Neon signs are designed to be left on for long periods of time. However, if you are going to leave a neon sign on for an extended period, it is important to make sure that it is properly ventilated to prevent the build-up of heat.

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