Glass Fibre Cloth

Glass fibre cloth is completely non-combustible and provides high mechanical strength. The fibreglass cloth is resistant up to 550oC continuous working temperature, and 600oC short-duration working temperature. The pattern of the cloth is Loom State, which is the most flexible for curtains, drapes, and blanket etc.

Weave Lock which makes up other cloths is  more rigid and for use in making covers, jackets and other machined items. There are optional coatings of aluminium foil, vermiculite and graphite for fibreglass cloths which are available from us too.
Glass Fibre Cloth

Examples of Application:

  • Metallurgy and chemical industries
  • Covers for splash and spark protection
  • Lagging of valves
  • Flues
  • Turbines
  • Boilers

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Glass Fibre Aluminium Coated Cloth

The fibreglass cloth is coated with aluminium foil in order to reduce fraying and its fabric helps to effectively reduce loss of heat by radiation. Rated at 550oC.

Vermiculite Coated Fibreglass Cloth

Glass fibre cloth is coated with vermiculite which increases the temperature resistance up to 1000oC due to its high insulating properties.

Graphite Coated Glass Fibre Cloth

Glass fibre cloth coated with graphite is resistant to 1000oC. Suitable for applications such as sewing heat protection quilts. Has good abrasion resistance.

Glass Fibre Fabric Acrylic Coating

Glass fibre cloth is coated with acrylic material which makes it a more rigid cloth for abrasion resistance. Maximum service temperature of up to 600oC.