Fabric Reinforcement: Fiberglass, Carbon, Aramid

Fiberglass, Kevlar, and Carbon Reinforcements
Most resins used without a reinforcement such as fiberglass(usually cloth or mat) do not hold up well as a coating. However, when a reinforcement is introduced into the resin, a very strong composite is the result. Fiberglass reinforcements are the most common, Kevlar the strongest/toughest, and carbon(graphite) the stiffest. Non-woven fiberglass mat is the most economical, while the woven fabrics produce more uniform and stronger composites, requiring less resin. The following woven products are 0/90 plain weave fabrics unless otherwise specified.

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