Made of glass fibre yarns, they are offered in the range of 220 – 2000 g/m2. Glass fibre cloths are mainly categorized in two groups:
C-Glass: Classification Temperature is 450 oC. It shows high chemical resistance.
E-Glass: With its classification temperature of 550 oC, the product provides high electrical and mechanical strength.
Polyurethane (PU) Coated Glass Fibre Cloth
Produced by coating the glass fibre cloth with polyurethane. They have high resistance to the oils and solvents.
Silicon Coated Glass Fibre Cloth
Produced by coating the glass fibre cloth with silicon. In this way, its resistance to the substances such as liquid, oil and fuel is enhanced.
Aluminium Foil Coated Glass Fibre Cloth
It is produced by coating the glass fibre cloth with polyester or aluminium folio. It is preferred for its capability to reflect heat and radiation as well as visual quality.
Teflon Coated Glass Fibre Cloth
Manufactured by coating the fibre cloth with teflon. It provides excellent resistance against different chemicals up to 260 °C.
Glass Fibre Cloth Reinforced with Wire
It is produced by weaving the fibre yarns with Inconel wires. It has quite good resistance against high temperature and tearing.
Type of thinly woven cloth showing temperature resistance up to 1200 oC. It is a special type of cloth which is not much affected by the temperature changes, showing physical and chemical stability as well.
It is a type of cloth having very high tensile strength in addition to its thermal resistance. It is mostly preferred in the systems of the aerospace, military and industrial applications whıch require high resistance.