FIBRES & REINFORCEMENTS

SPHERETEX

Plain E Glass impregnated with hollow micro-sphere.

“Spheretex” is a new type of material that combines the mechanical properties of glass fibres and the low density of hollow microspheres. It opens new perspectives for designers of moulded parts made of glass fibre reinforced composite materials. The basic material used in the manufacture of “Spheretex” consists mainly of glass rovings and fabrics made from these rovings. Other high modulus fibres can also be used for the production of “Spheretex” such as carbon or aramid fibre. A special process allows the attachment of hollow microspheres to the roving. The density of the new filament is therefore lower. The fixing of hollow microspheres makes it possible to multiply by 5 to 10 the diameters of the rovings

Spheretex 115

Product Description

Plain glass fiber impregnated with hallow microsphere available in two versions.

Thickness: 1.5mm Weight: 115g/m² width: 125cm - 100lm per roll

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Spherecore SBC

Product Description

Volumetric fiberglass for contact molding

Thickness: 5mm weight: 180 g/m² width: 100cm - 60lm per roll

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Sphere AX S 200

Product Description

Plain glass fiber impregnated with hallow microsphere.

Thickness: 2mm Weight: 200g/m² width: 127cm - 70lm per roll

Sphere AX C 300

Product Description

Plain glass fiber impregnated with hallow microsphere.

Thickness: 1.5mm Weight: 490g/m² width: 127cm - 70lm per roll

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