Glass fiber-reinforced composites are distinguished by their excellent strength and weight ratio. We produce composite fabrics from 2 types of glass: E-glass with a thermal resistance of loom state fabric 600°C and SiO2-glass with a thermal resistance of 1000+°C, which are applied with resin and special finishes (coupling agents) dependent on end-use requirements and by adapting to each type of fabric to achieve maximum strength. Each type of glass is providing its own specific qualities.
(E-Glass 600º C)
E-glass is by far the most widely used because it provides the right combination of physical properties and low cost.
These range from economical unsaturated polyester for general purpose sports and vehicle uses, through vinyl ester and epoxy for more stringent applications, to phenolic and polyimides for high-temperature resistance.
- Fabric mass per unit area 24 to 865 g/m².
- Our fabrics can be provided in different constructions and widths and also with application-specific functional finishings.
|Finish||Characteristics and end-use|
|040 FK104||General resin reinforcement. Gives a characteristic green tint to laminates.|
|045 FK144||For general resin reinforcement|
|424 FK600||Epoxy silane aerospace fabric finish|
|455 FK200||Epoxy and phenolic compatible|
|611 FK800||Laminating. Multifunctional amino-based silane finish (low chloride)|
|705 FK803||Laminating. FK800 with black pigment|
|832 FK801||A fast-wetting, softer-handle version of FK800 for hand lay-up|