Texturized fiberglass fabric


Description


  • Produced of bulk texturized fiberglass yarns, traps greater amounts of air and demonstrates better insulation properties and greater fullness
  • Good rot and mildew resistance and tensile strength
  • An alternative to asbestos based textiles
  • A high-performance very high temperature fabric, used in almost all industries for heat protection
  • Used at 1000°F / 537°C continuous, If exposed to high temperature 600°F (315°C) to 1000°F (537°C) for an extended period of time the fabric may become stiff and brittle.




Available with specialty coatings such as Acrylic, Aluminium foil, Dyeing, Heat treatment, Neoprene/Latex, Silicone rubber, PTFE(Teflon), Wire insert, etc.

 

Common applications including 

Heat shields, welding curtains, stress relieving, removable insulation covers, fire blankets, fire curtains, expansion joints and flue ducts .

  

1000°F / 537°C continuous rating, high insulation value & excellent personnel protection

 

Specification

1000°F / 537°C:  Texturized Fiberglass Fabric

Part number

WFF208

WFF210

WFF215

WFF220

WFF225

WFF230

Weave

Plain

Plain

Plain

Plain

Plain

Plain

Yarn (tex)

Warp

480

480

1000

1720

2000

3000

Weft

480

860

1000

1000

2000

3000

Thread count

 (ends per cm)

Warp

8.0±1.0

8.0±1.0

6.4±1.0

5.6±1.0

.0±0.5

4.8±0.5

Weft

4.8±0.2

4.4±0.5

3.2±0.5

2.5±0.5

.8±0.2

1.7±0.2

Tensile

strength

Warp (N/50mm)

1600

1800

4300

4300

5000

5900

Weft  (N/200mm)

1000

1100

2300

2300

2300

2400

Weight (g/ m2)

650±50

800±60

1000±70

1300±85

1600±100

1800±110

Width (mm)

1000mm-2000mm

Thickness (mm)

0.8±0.08

1.0±0.10

1.5±0.15

2.0±0.2

2.5±0.25

3.0±0.30

Roll length (m)

50±1

50±1

50±1

30±1

30±1

30±1

 

Fiberglass products are resistant to oils, solvents and most chemicals although contact with hydrofluoric acids, strong alkalis and live steam should be avoided.