- Low resin absorption
- High torsional stiffness
- Laminate thickness: 0.49 mm
Biaxial glass fabric 450 gr/m2 is a high-quality multiaxial glass fabric which is used for building boats, surfboards, longboards, skis and much more. The product is excellent for laminating in combination with epoxy, polyester and vinylester. The biaxially woven glass laminate consumes approximately 370 grams of resin per square metre and gives a layer thickness of approximately 0.49 mm after lamination.
What is biaxial glass fabric?
Biaxial glass fabric is a fabric that consists of 2 unidirectional fabrics connected at an angle of 45 degrees. This gives the glass mixture optimal compressive and tensile strength. The advantage of multiaxial glass fibre is that it can be used to create a light yet stiff construction. Resin absorption is minimised because the fibres lie close together.
Biaxial glass fibre provides a high bending strength but also improves the torsional rigidity of constructions.
Weave type: biaxial -45/+45
Weight: 450 gr/m2
Suitable for: epoxy, polyester and vinylester
Resin consumption: approx. 370 gr/m2
Laminated weight: approx. 820 gr/m2
Thickness: 0.49 mm
Dimensions: 127 cm wide
Packaging: 1 lm, 5 lm, 20 lm, roll 50 lm
1 lm: 127 cm x 1 lm (1.27 m2)
5 lm: 127 cm x 5 lm (6.35 m2)
20 lm folded: 127 cm x 5 lm (4 pieces) (25.4 m2)
20 lm: on roll: 127 cm x 20 lm (25.4 m2)
Roll: 127 cm x 50 lm (63.5 m2)
We have a number of recommendations for working safely with polymers. At Polyestershoppen you will not only find the polymers themselves, but you can also purchase all the protective equipment you need from us. If you have any doubts or questions, please contact our customer service. We can give you advice on how to work safely with polymers.