Fiberglass fabric        
Outstanding temperature and strength properties, rot and mildew resistance make fiberglass woven fabrics valuable over a wide range of marine and industrial applications. They are asbestos free, cause no harm to health, making fiberglass products ideal replacements to asbestos ones. They will not burn, rot, mildew or deteriorate and resist most acids. They have low coefficient of thermal expansion and relatively high thermal conductivity.

 Non texturized fiberglass woven fabric---550≧
  The fabrics made of non texturized yarns appear smooth and have higher weight than the texturized ones. They can be produced by different kinds of weaving---plain, twill, satin....They are widely used in thermal insulation and can be treated in different ways in order to meet specific purposes.
Plain weave   Twill weave   Satin weave
Style Thickness (mm) Weight (g/m2) Weight (oz/y2) Weave
SF1020 0.20 200 5.9 plain
SF1041 0.40 430 12.7 twill
SF1060 0.60 600 17.7 plain
SF1062 0.60 650 19.5 satin
SF1080 0.80 800 23.6 plain
SF1081 0.80 880 26.0 satin
SF1130 1.30 1300 38.3 satin
SF1170 1.70 1750 51.6 satin
  Texturized fiberglass woven fabric---550≧
  Made of continuous filament texturized yarns, they demonstrate a better insulating properties and greater fullness. Insulating properties depend upon conductivity and radiation and these are influenced by the fabric construction.
Typical applications include thermal insulation, heat protection, fire curtains, welding blankets and expansion joints.
Style Thickness (mm) Weight (g/m2) Weight (oz/y2) Weave
SF2080 0.80 650 19.2 plain
SF2100 1.00 800 23.6 plain
SF2150 1.50 1000 29.5 plain
SF2200 2.00 1250 36.9 plain
SF2300 3.00 1800 53.1 plain