Glass (Fiberglass) Reinforcements
Glass Fiber (Fiberglass) is the most commonly used fiber to reinforce thermoset and thermoplastic resins across a wide variety of applications and processes.
Glass fiber is made from silica-based raw materials combined with metal oxides and is available in several formulations to meet application demands. A laminate produced with fiberglass reinforcement offers an excellent balance of cost and performance, producing good mechanical and chemical resistance properties. Fiberglass reinforced laminates make up a bulk of all composites production across a wide range of manufacturing processes. Fiberglass reinforcements are available in various forms that include gun roving, textile fabrics, woven roving, chopped strand mat, continuous strand mat, single end roving, and chopped fiber.
A pioneering developer of reinforcements for closed mold processes, known for flagship brands such as Rovicore™, Roviflow™ and Aramat™.
A leading supplier of fiberglass reinforcements and fabrics to the reinforced plastics industry.
A leading global producer of residential and commercial building materials, glass-fiber reinforcements and engineered materials for composite systems.
Produces more than 350 different styles of high performance fabrics for an unlimited number of composite applications.