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Fiberglass Mesh Corrosion Resistance, Heat Resistance, Insulation Performance

Aug 14, 2017

Fiberglass Mesh is an important material for the production of glass fiber reinforced plastic products, it is an excellent performance of inorganic non-metallic materials, a wide range of advantages, in the anti-corrosion, heat resistance, insulation performance is a must, Sex to be strengthened, but a higher degree of mechanical. So what are the pleasing performance characteristics of Fiberglass Mesh? What are the uses of Fiberglass Mesh? What are the prospects for the application?


1, Fiberglass Mesh for low temperature -196 ℃, high temperature between 300 ℃, with weather resistance.

2, Fiberglass Mesh with non-adhesive, easy to adhere to any material.

3, Fiberglass Mesh chemical resistance, strong acid, alkali, aqua regia and a variety of organic solvents corrosion, can withstand the role of drugs.

4, Fiberglass Mesh low coefficient of friction, is the best choice for oil-free self-lubricating.

5, Fiberglass Mesh light transmission rate of 6 to 13%.

6, Fiberglass Mesh with high insulation properties, anti-ultraviolet, anti-static.

7, Fiberglass Mesh high strength, with good mechanical properties.

8, Fiberglass Mesh resistance agent.


1, Fiberglass Mesh is usually used as a composite material in the reinforced materials, electrical insulation materials and insulation materials, circuit boards and other areas of the national economy.

2, Fiberglass Mesh used for hand-paste molding process, Fiberglass Mesh is mainly in the hull, tanks, cooling towers, ships, vehicles, tanks and other applications.

3, Fiberglass Mesh is widely used in wall enhancement, external wall insulation, roof waterproofing, etc., can also be used in cement, plastics, asphalt, marble, mosaic and other wall materials enhance the construction industry is the ideal engineering materials.

4, Fiberglass Mesh in the industry is mainly used for: insulation, fire, flame retardant. The material absorbs a lot of heat from the flame and prevents the flame from passing through and isolating the air.

Glass fiber according to the shape and length, can be divided into continuous fiber, fixed fiber and glass wool; according to the glass composition, can be divided into alkali, chemical resistance, high alkali, alkali, high strength, high elastic modulus and alkali ( Alkali-resistant) glass fiber.

The main raw materials for the production of glass fiber are: quartz sand, alumina and pyrophyllite, limestone, dolomite, boric acid, soda ash, mirabilite, fluorite and so on. The production method is divided into two categories: one is to make the molten glass directly into the fiber; one is made of molten glass first made of 20mm diameter glass ball or rod, and then heated in a variety of ways to make a diameter of 3 ~ 80μm very fine fibers. Through the platinum alloy plate by mechanical drawing method of drawing infinite fiber, called continuous glass fiber, commonly known as long fiber. Non-continuous fibers made by rollers or air streams are called fixed-length glass fibers, commonly referred to as short fibers.

Glass fiber according to the composition, nature and use, divided into different levels. According to the standard level, E-class glass fiber use the most common, widely used in electrical insulation materials; S-level for special fibers.