Single End Roving
Single-end roving is the primary reinforcement for filament winding and pultrusion applications and is the input fiber used to produce woven roving and knitted fabrics.
Single-end continuous rovings are produced by pulling glass fibers directly from the furnace bushing, applying sizing to the cooling fibers, and winding them into a roving package or doff. Because of its excellent dry tensile strength, single-end rovings are ideal for high glass content applications like pultrusion and filament winding. Because the fiber is used as input for woven roving and knitted fabrics, single-end rovings are also widely use in open mold and infusion applications when configured into fabrics.
- Jushi USA
- Owens Corning