Coated fabrics

We offer coated fabrics from 2 different glass types: E-glass with thermal resistance of 600°C and SiO2-glass with thermal resistance of 1000+°C. The temperature of 600°C and 1000+°C given here refers to the loomstate fabric. Finishes such as coatings have an additional effect on the temperature resistance.

Application features from coating: improved abrasion and cut resistance, flame-resistance, protection against liquid metal.

Coated fabrics
(E-glass 600º C)

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Coated glass fibre fabrics for industrial insulation as well as for fire and smoke protection are made from alkali free alumina borosilicate E-glass fibre yarns with a thermal resistance of loomstate fabric of 600°C. For the production of coated glass fibre fabrics the yarns used have a filament diameter of 9 µm.

Application: coated fabrics have various thicknesses depending on the application. We offer materials for fire/smoke protection and thermal or acoustic insulation for almost any application: power, automotive, metal and aviation industries, shipbuilding, construction etc. Application features from coating: improved abrasion and cut resistance, flame-resistance, protection against liquid metal.

Parameters:

  • mass per unit area 220 to 1160 g/m²;
  • coating: Polyurethane Premium (PU); Polyurethane Industrial (PH), Silicone Premium (SI); Silicone Industrial (SH); Gum stock (GS); Intumescent graphite filled coating (BI); Neoprene (N); Coatings in combination with Aluminum foil or metallised Polyester foil (AL or MPF).

Designation: e.g. TG-430-G-PU-2, where:
TG - type (technical fabric),
430 - mass per unit area of raw material, g/m²,
G - colour (grey),
PU - Polyurethane Premium,
2 - double side coating or laminated.

Other options:
GT - type (textured fabric),
KA - type (silica fabric),
GW - type (glass wire reinforced fabric),
G - colour (grey),
W - colour (white),
R - colour (red),
1 - one side coating or laminated,
2 - double side coating or laminated.

Coated fabrics
(HR-glass 800º C)

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HR-glass (High-Resist glass) is alkali-free aluminosilicate glass that does not contain boron oxide and fluorine. This glass type could fully substitute E-glass in various aspects. The most important feature of this type of glass is its heat resistance of up to 800°C.

Advantages of HR-glass fibre compared to E-glass:

  • higher chemical resistance, particularly in alkaline and water environments;
  • higher heat resistance;
  • environmentally friendlier glass melting process - does not create dust emissions containing boron oxide.

Coating: Polyurethane Premium (PU); Polyurethane Industrial (PH), Silicone Premium (SI); Silicone Industrial (SH); Gum stock (GS); Intumescent graphite filled coating (BI); Neoprene (N); Coatings in combination with Aluminum foil or metallised Polyester foil (AL or MPF).

Designation: e.g.HRTG-430-G-PU-2, where HR means "HR" glass type, TG - technical fabric; 430 - mass per unit area of raw material, g/m²; G - grey; PU - Polyurethane Premium; 2 - double side coating or laminated.

Other options: GT - textured fabric; KA - silica fabric; GW - glass wire reinforced fabric; G - grey; W - white; R - red; GS - gum stock; 1 - one side coating or laminated; 2 - double side coating or laminated.

Coated fabrics
(SiO2-glass 1000º+C)

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Application: Silica materials’ high melting point (1250°C) means an optimal range of industrial applications where extreme heat is used. Application features from coating: improved abrasion and cut resistance, flame-resistance, protection against liquid metal.

Designation: e.g. KA-600-G-SS-2, where:
KA - type (high silica fabric),
600 - mass per unit area of raw material, g/m²,
G - colour (grey),
S - Silicone Premium,
2 - double side coating or laminated.

Other options:
GW - type (glass wire reinforced fabric),
G - colour (grey),
W - colour (white),
R - colour (red),
1 - one side coating or laminated,
2 - double side coating or laminated.