How Is Fiberglass Fabric Made?
Fiberglass fabric is a kind of non-twisted roving plain weave fabric. It is made of fine glass raw materials through a series of high-temperature melting, wire drawing, yarn weaving, and other processes. The main strength depends on the warp and weft direction of the fabric. If the warp or weft strength is high, it can be woven into a unidirectional cloth.
The basic material of glass fiber cloth is alkali-free glass fiber yarn, and its production process is generally made of reinforced lubricants. Because glass fiber cloth has the advantages of good insulation performance and high-temperature resistance, it is an indispensable insulation binding material for motors and electricity. It can make the motor obtain superior insulation performance, extend the service life of the motor, reduce the volume, and reduce the weight.
Fiberglass cloth is a kind of inorganic nonmetal material with very good performance. It has the advantages of good insulation, strong heat resistance, good corrosion resistance, and high mechanical strength. The glass fiber cloth product has a smooth and beautiful appearance, uniform weave density, softness, and good compliance even when laying on uneven surfaces.
The bulked glass fiber cloth is woven from bulked glass fiber yarn, which has good insulation properties and lightweight. Different insulation properties can be achieved by changing the structure and treatment of the cloth. Commonly used in movable insulating covers, fire blankets, fire curtains, expansion joint heads, and smoke exhaust ducts. Expanded fiberglass cloth covered with aluminum foil can be processed.