600 gr/m2 fiberglass woven roving
- Suitable for epoxy and polyester
- Affordable glass fabric
- Approx. 1 mm layer thickness
Fiberglass woven roving is a type of glass fabric for coarse work. With woven roving you can build up layer thickness very quickly; which is ideal when a thick laminate with high strength is desired. Fiberglass woven roving is one of the cheaper glass fabrics and is used for processing flat or slightly curved surfaces.
With 600 g/m2 fiberglass woven roving you build up a laminated layer thickness of about 1 mm (resin consumption is approx. 900 g/m2). The fabric type is suitable for use in combination with polyester resin, epoxy resin and vinylester resin. Woven roving is also alternatively used with glass fibre mat to obtain higher strength. Use the glass mat 300 gr/m2 for this purpose.
Benefits of fiberglass woven roving
- Builds up layer thickness quickly (approx. 1 mm).
- Most economical glass fabric.
- Suitable for epoxy, polyester and vinylester.
- Suitable for flat or slightly curved surfaces.
Weight: 600 gr/m2
Weave type: square weave
Resin consumption: approx. 900 gr/m2
Thickness: approx. 1 mm
Dimensions: 125 cm wide
1 lm: 125 cm x 1 lm (1.25 m2)
5 lm: 125 cm x 5 lm (6,25 m2)
20 lm folded: 125 cm x 5 lm (4 pieces) (25 m2)
20 lm on roll: 125 cm x 20 lm (25 m2)
Roll: 125 cm x 65 lm (approx. 80 m2)
Suitable for: floors, boat hulls, walls etc.
Delivery: folded in a bag or on a roll in a tube
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