400 g/m2 Biaxial Stitched Glass Fabric (+45°/-45°), 127 cm wide
Biaxial glass fabric of 400 g/m2 built of two layers of unidirectional fabric oriented at +45º and -45º respectively. Extensively used for han lay-up, injection or infusion and RTM . Suitable for any type of thermosetting resin like polyester, urethane-acrylate, vinyl ester or epoxy.
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Biaxial glass fabric of 400 g/m2 built of two layers of unidirectional fabric oriented at +45º and -45º respectively. Extensively used for han lay-up, injection or infusion and RTM . Suitable for any type of thermosetting resin like polyester, urethane-acrylate, vinyl ester or epoxy. Widely used for processes where a very good mechanical strength combined with aesthetic quality finishes are required. "Print through" effect is avoided when placing these fabrics not too close on the gel coat.
Roll Width : 127 cm
Stitched Glass Fabrics, also named Non-Crimp Fabrics, are ideally suited for selective reinforcement. Fibreglass is bundled and stitched together, rather than woven, so there is no crimp in the yarn. As a result, these reinforcements offer optimized directional strength for their finished composite parts, showing no distortion of the yarns. For this reason, they are popular in the marine, building & construction, rail and wind energy industries.
These fabrics are ideal mainly for hand lay-up and the infusion process, where fast wet-out and strength control are essential.
They are compatible with polyester (Crystic), urethane-acrylate (Crestapol), vinyl ester (Crystic), and epoxy resins (Resoltech & Castropox).
Benefits of multiaxial fabrics:
- Fiber, weight and orientation are ideally adjusted: The positions are specifically aligned to the ideal quantity and orientation in the loading direction // Angles of between -22.5° and +22.5° are possible // 0° position is also possible.
- Stretched fibers for optimum mechanical strength: Absorption of the highest possible loads through stretched fibres // Reduced component weight while maintaining equal mechanical properties or even a higher component load with the same component weight.
- Individual drapability and outstanding permeability: The drapability of the our multiaxials is tailored to customer requirements and exhibits outstanding permeability.
- Cost savings due to fewer layers: Reduction of the manufacturing costs (fewer layers are required thanks to the higher area weight of the individual layers).
Type of supply
Biaxial glass cloth 400 g/m2 (+45°/-45°) x 1 m2, supplied folded and packed in plastic bag
Biaxial glass cloth 400 g/m2 (+45°/-45°) x 5 m2, supplied rolled in cardboard box
Biaxial glass cloth 400 g/m2 (+45°/-45°) x 25 m2, supplied rolled in cardboard box
- 127 cm