Stitch-bonded mats

Stitch-bonded mat is a non-woven fiberglass material that is made of diverse size and form of glass fibers that are needle-felted in sheets and stitch together with yarn. Material is needle punched to create monolith blanket in a required thickness.

Stitch-bonded mats are excellent non-woven products for the insulation market, which are produced using E-glass with a thermal resistance of 600°C. Polyester yarn is used for stitching. Glass fibre mats are environment-friendly, recyclable, and incombustible, meeting the requirements of DIN 4102.


Stitch-bonded mats
(E-glass 600º C)

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Stitch-bonded glass fibre mats with a thermal resistance of 600°C are made of alkali-free alumina borosilicate E-glass fibre yarns with a filament diameter of 6 to 13 mm and a length of the cut fibre of 30 to 100 mm, without any bonding agent. Polyester yarn is used for stitching.

Application: due to the incombustibility of glass fibre, glass fibre mats can be used as heat insulating materials in applications up to 600°C; More often, glass fibre mats as heat and acoustic insulating materials are used in industries such as follow:

  • automotive (motor house, floor),
  • shipbuilding (walls, ceilings, piping insulation),
  • carriage (piping insulation),
  • building (heat insulation),
  • household goods (heat insulation),
  • power plants (turbine insulation).


  • standard width 100 cm,
  • thickness 4-12 mm,
  • mass per unit area 800 to 2900 g/m2,
  • mats up to 200 cm wide are available upon customer’s request.

Designation: e.g. CF 800-4, where:
CF - type (stitch bonded mats),
800 - mass per unit area, g/m2,
4 - thickness, mm.

Stitch-bonded mats
(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.