Glass fiber fabrics consist of long-ply E-glass fibers that are applied to one another in one (unidirectional glass fabric) or in different fiber directions (multiaxial fiberglass fabric) and are interwoven by (mostly a thread).
Glass scrim is usually used for components where the force is constantly applied in the direction of the fibers. An example would be wind power rotors in which a relatively high force absorption in one fiber direction is desired due to the wind load.
Further areas of application for fiberglass fabrics are found in applications in which the undulation of the fibers is to be prevented. This creates a relatively smooth, high-quality surface.
Glass fiber fabric is also very suitable in connection with glass filament fabric when light and highly stable components are to be produced. A sandwich of glass filament fabric / glass scrim / glass filament fabric is usually laminated. The biaxial layer + -45 ° is preferably used here. The fabric and scrim are laminated in such a way that as many angular areas as possible are covered in the direction of pull of the fibers.
The fiberglass fabrics offered here have a weight of ??450 g/m² and can be processed with epoxy resin or polyester resin. The consumption of synthetic resin is approx. 0.4-0.6 kg/m² and layer. The width of the biaxial fabric is 1.25 m.