We offer woven glass fibre mesh (loom state and impregnated, depending on the intended use), which are manufactured of alkali-free alumina borosilicate E-glass fibre yarns and/or roving. They are constructed using leno or plain weave and have various mesh sizes.
The surface of glass fibre mesh can be coated with an impregnating agent, which stabilizes the weave pattern, ensures an excellent alkali resistance and provides protection from aggressive environmental effects - humidity, temperature and alkali, which is essential for external thermal insulation composite systems (ETICS or External Thermal Insulation Composites Systems).
Our construction glass fibre mesh meet the ETAG 004 requirements, as certified with national compliance certificates received in countries: France and Latvia.
The compliance of the construction mesh with European Assessment Document (EAD) 040016-01-0404 is certified with European Technical Assessment (ETA) 16/0526, which grants the right to mark our products with the CE marking.
- loom state glass fibre mesh predominantly is used in the manufacture of grinding wheels;
- impregnated glass fibre mesh is used:
- in outside thermal insulation systems of buildings,
- for indoor plaster strengthening and reinforcement - for the repair of walls, floors and ceilings. Often included as a key material in in adrywall repair kits,
- for provision of high mechanical strength.
S - hard coating,
SM - medium hard coating,
SM0.5 - soft coating.
- length of the netting in a roll: 50m or 100m,
- standard width: 100cm or 110cm,
- rolls of other width and/or length are available upon customer's request.
Designation: e.g. SSA-1363-145 SM, where:
SSA - type (E-glass netting with aleno weave),
1363 - netting structure,
145 - mass per unit area, g/m2,
SM - medium hard coating.
We offer high silica nettings or mesh (KS-LA) with thermal resistance of 1000+ºC. They are constructed using leno weave and have various mesh sizes. Glass fibre products with a high SiO2 content (silica materials) are excellent high temperature insulators and can be used over long periods without losing the properties and without melting and vaporising at temperatures of up to 1000ºC. These materials have low thermal conductivity, are inert to the majority of chemical reagents, resistant to organic and mineral acids (except hydrofluoric and phosphoric), weak alkali, water, and high-pressure steam.
Shrinkage at temperature of 1000°C:
- for non-heat-treated materials 12% (+/-1%),
- for heat-treated fabrics (TA), depending on the treatment regime, from < 7% vai < 3 %.
Applications: silica nettings are mainly used for filtration of molten non-ferrous and ferrous metals, in foundries to filter molten metal as it is poured into casting moulds.
Designation: e.g. KS-LA 1.5, where:
KS-LA -type (silica mesh),
1.5 - size of hole, mm.