Fibreglass chopped strand mat 300 gr/m2
- 0.7 mm layer thickness
- Processable with Polyester resin
- Often used for coverings
Fibreglass chopped strand mat is the most commonly used reinforcement material for making laminates with the "hand lay-up" technique. The glass fibres are cross-linked and are held together by a binder. This binder dissolves in styrene (e.g. polyester resin) and can therefore take on many different shapes during lamination.
Fibreglass chopped strand mat 300 gr/m2 is often used as a first layer behind polyester gelcoat. It is also used for complicated mould shapes.
Surface weight: 300 gr/m2
Thickness: approx. 0.7 mm
Width: 100 cm
To be processed with: polyester resin, vinylester resin
Packaging: 1 m2, 5 m2, 20 m2, roll of approx. 150 m2
- 1 m2: 100 cm x 100 cm
- 5 m2: 100 cm x 500 cm
- 20 m2: 100 cm x 500 cm (4 pieces)
- Roll: 100 cm x 120 metres
Resin consumption per layer (polyester):
|1 m2 300 gr/m2||0.7 kg polyester|
|5 m2 300 gr/m2||3.5 kg polyester|
|20 m2 300 gr/m2||14 kg polyester|
|150 m2 300 gr/m2||100 kg polyester|
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.