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|Base Cloth:||3732 Fiberglass Fabric， 430g/m2||Coating:||Grey Silicone, 80/80|
|MOQ:||500 Meters||Feature:||Heat, Chemical, Abrasion Resistance|
Silicone Coated Fiberglass Fabric / 3732 Fire Resistant Glass Fiber Cloth
Silicone Coated Fiberglass Cloth is a woven fiberglass cloth substrate which has been coated on one or both sides with a specially compounded iron oxide red silicone rubber. The special silicone rubber coating extends the life of the fabric and provides superior water, oil and heat resistance. They feature excellent electrical insulation, heat insulation and chemical corrosion resistance. It is an excellent electrical insulator in harsh environments, has high resistance to mild alkali, non-oxidizing acids, most salts, mineral lubricating oil, air, moisture and sunlight and it will release adhesive and viscous materials which often adhere to a fluorocarbon resin.
UPSE-8732D160 430g/m2 3732 fiberglass base cloth and ciated with 80/80 g/m2 silicone coating on two sides. Total weight is 590g. Common width is 100cm, 127cm, 155cm.
|Item||Silicone Coated Fiberglass Fabric|
|Material||C-glass or E-glass Glass Fiber Yarn|
|Weave||Satin ( Cross Twill ) Weave|
|Warp Density||20 Ends/CM|
|Weft Density||11 Ends/CM|
|Weight Per Unit Area||300-2000GSM|
|Width||100cm, 127cm, 155cm|
|Roll Length||Common: 50m/roll|
• Ultra-modern design
• Superior Abrasion resistant
• Resistant to moisture, sunlight
• Supremely strong
• Excellent non-stick properties
• FDA compliant (21 CFR 177.1550)
• Good Chemical Resistance
• Excellent release properties
• High strength and tear resistance
• High dielectric strength
• Operating temperature range from -100°F to +500°F
• Non-toxic odorless and tasteless
Silicone coated fabrics offer high-temperature and heat resistance, along with the ability to shed welding splatter and molten steel & aluminum splash.
The typical applications are used as welding/fire curtains or blankets, high-temperature protection vocers for engine exhaust components and industrial equipment, steam and gas turbines.
high temp insulation, insulation blanket, fiberglass blanket
About Weave Type:
Basic weaving concepts are utilized in the manufacture of fiber glass and high performance fabrics. For industrial purposes there are six basic patterns as described below.
The plain weave consists of yarns interlaced in an alternating fashion one over and one under every other yarn. The plain weave provides good fabric stability but is generally the least pliable.
The basket weave is similar to the plain weave except that two or more warp yarns and two or more filling yarns are alternately interlaced over and under each other. The basket weave is more pliable, flatter and stronger than the plain weave, but is not as stable.
The leno weave is used where relatively low numbers of yarns are involved. The leno weave locks the yarns in place by crossing two or more warp threads over each other and interlacing with one or more filling threads.
4. Four Harness Satin(Crowfoot)
The four harness satin weave is more pliable than the plain weave and is easier to conform to curved surfaces typical in reinforced plastics. In this weave pattern there is a three-by-one interfacing where a filling yarn floats over three warp yarns and under one.
5. Eight Harness Satin
The eight harness satin is similar to the four harness satin except that one filling yarn floats over seven warp yarns and under one. This is a very pliable weave and is used for forming over curved surfaces.
6. Twill Weave
The twill weave is more pliable than the plain weave and has better drapability while maintaining more fabric stability than a four or eight harness satin weave. The weave pattern is characterized by a diagonal rib created by one warp yarn floating over at least two filling yarns.