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plain woven glass fabric 163 g/m2-100cm

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smooth surface - good impregnation
suitable for polyester & epoxy resins

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  • The E-Glass plain woven filament fabric (width = 100 cm) is composed of direct silane sized yarns into a bi-directional balanced fabric. The yarns are a bundle of endless glass filaments provided with a slight turning of appr. 20 - 40 turnings per meter. Diameter of the single glass filaments is between 9 and 13 microns.
  • The woven filament fabrics allow a higher glass content and give better strength properties in the mouldings compared to glass mats.
  • Typical end-uses: sandwich construction, thin coatings, model making, boat construction, mould making, vehicle parts, tank construction.
  • The woven filament fabric with silane sizing is directly applicable with polyester-, epoxy- and vinylester resins. The fabric shows good impregnation properties and gives a smooth surface to the laminates.

 

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Weight 163 kg
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Typical applications:

  • boat construction
  • sandwich construction
  • model making
  • tankbuilding
  • mould making
  • vehicle parts.

Material can be combined with polyester, epoxy and vinylester resins.

 

download material safety data sheet E-glass plain woven filament fabric 163 g/m2

Technical -  Specification:

  • 100% E-Glass plain woven filament fabric
  • Balanced fabric - Silane sizing
  • Surface weight: 166 g/m2 (+/- 1,5%)
  • Fabric width: 100 cm (+/- 2 cm)
  • Fabric construction: Warp x Weft = 12,0 ends/cm x 11,4 picks/cm
  • Yarn type: Warp x Weft = direct EC9-68 Tex x direct EC9-68 Tex
  • Tenacity: Warp x Weft = 255,4 daN/5 cm x min. 235,4 daN/5 cm

 

download technical data sheet plain woven filament fabric 163 g/m2
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