Glass filament fabric 390 g/m² in twill weave has a non-symmetrical distribution of warp and weft in contrast to plain weave reinforcing fibers and can be seen on the diagonal ridge. Twillweave fabrics is characterized by its high drapability, but has a lower resistance to displacement.
The easily formable filament fabric is particularly suitable for laminating medium and stable components with more complex structures. Twill glass filament fabric 390 g/m² with silane coupling agent is available in customized sizes from 1 m² to 50 m² for hobbies and work.
The pliable reinforcing fiber is mainly used in modeling, lightweight construction, boat building and sports equipment. The low thread deflection leads to improved strength of laminates. You can process the composite with polyester resin and epoxy resin. Glass filament fabric 390 g/m² consists of long-limbed E-glass twists that are ideal for GRP reinforcement.
The glass filament fabric 390 g/m² in twill weave has outstanding impregnation properties and ensures very good surface stability. For best results in lamination and repair, use a combination of glass fabric and epoxy resin.
Compared to chopped strand mats, the resin consumption of glass filament fabrics is lower and is about 0.7-0.8 kg/m² for a laminate thickness of 0.15-0.20 mm. The glass fabric, which is equipped with a modified silane coating, is easily wettable and barely fades when cut. For multilayer processing, you should overlap the layers approx. 5-10 cm.