Glass Cloth

The glass cloth is produced from the alumina-borosilicate glass roving either on paraffin emulsion or plain lubricant. The glass cloth is nonflammable, noncombustible, and does not corrode. It possesses high chemical stability and is applied at a wide temperature range from -200°С up to +550°С.

The electrical insulating glass cloth is intended for the production of plastic binder-based electrical insulating materials, foil-coated dielectrics, printed-circuit boards, roofing materials (hydro glass insulation). It is also used for the production of different fiberglass constructions and pipeline covering.

The fiberglass plastic is used for the production of pipes, boats, tanks for highly corrosive media, and a number of other products requiring ruggedness and corrosion stability.

The glass cloth on plain lubricant is used for the production of epoxy and polyester resin-based fiberglass plastics.

The glass cloth-based materials possess high degradation resistance, high wear-resisting properties and durability.

Due to good heat-retaining properties of glass, the glass cloth and glass cloth-based fiberglass plastic are used for the pipeline covering, heat insulation of boilers and pipes.