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Fiberglass Fabrics for Industry

Fiberglass Fabrics

Heat Cleaning & Finishing

Finishing and Treating remove organics, fly and broken filamints improve mechanical bonding, chemical coupling and wet-out set weave, improves abrasion resistance and application functionality “Customization of finishes is part of our service.” No Description Note and Uses 000 Greige or Loom State Retains Yarn size anad weave slach PVA and Starches, white/off-white color 010 Heat […]

Properties of Fiberglass Fabrics

CHEMICAL RESISTANCE Fiberglass textile fabrics will not rot, mildew or deteriorate, They resist most acids with the exceptions of hydroflouric acid and phosphoric acid. DIMENSIONAL STABILITY Fiberglass fabrics will not stretch or shrink.nominal elongationat break is 3-4%The average linear thermal expansion coefficient of “E” glass is 5.4 by 10-6 cm/cm/’C GOOD THERMAL PROPERTIES Fiberglass fabrics […]

Properties of Weave Patterns

There are six basic design variables to be considered: Thickness: Glass fabrics are available in thicknesses ranging from .0010″ to .050″ (0.0254-1.27mm). Weight: Weight range extends from less than one ounce per square yard to over 54 ounces per square yard (19-1856 g/m2). Construction: This is the number of warp yarns (in the machine direction) […]

Types of Weave Patterns

Plain A plain weave is the most simple and most commonly used weave pattern. In this type of weave, the warp and filling threads cross alternately. Plain woven fabrics are generally the least pliable, but they are also the most stable. Leno The leno weave is a locking type weave in which two or more […]

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