Glass fibre fabrics are made of type-E glass fibre, used to make reinforcements for composites. We currently supply 2 types of bindings - canvas and twill. Glass fibre fabrics are made in various gramme weights from 80 g/m2 to 390 g/m2, in standard widths of 100-160 cm. They are compatible with polyester and epoxy resins.
Roving fabrics are made of straight roving in various gramme weights from 240 g/m2 to 1000 g/m2, in standard widths of 100-125 cm. Roving fabrics are used as reinforcements for composites and are compatible with all polyester and epoxy resins.
Carbon fibre fabrics are made of carbon fibre, characterised by its high strength, rigidity and low weight. They are used for aviation applications, tuning and in the automotive industry.
We offer carbon fibre fabrics in gramme weights from 90 g/m2 to 800 g/m2.
They are compatible with polyester, epoxy and vinyl ester resins.
Hybrid fabrics are made from a combination of carbon and aramid fibres, which are characterised by excellent mechanical properties. The are chemically resistant to chemicals and other aggressive substances, have excellent insulating properties, high thermal resistance, high strength and elasticity, they have very good electrical resistance and are non-flammable.
We offer hybrid fabrics in gramme weights from 155 g/m2 to 250 g/m2.
They are compatible with polyester, epoxy and vinyl ester resins. In these hybrid fabrics, the advantages of the individual fibres are utilised; by combining them, it is possible to fulfil the specific requirements of the customer.
Aramid fabrics are characterised by high strength and tenacity. They are used to make fire-resistant clothing, bullet-proof vests and panels, protective equipment for fire-fighters, reinforcement of rubber products (tyres, ropes, cables and canvas), for the production of boats, means of transport, aircraft, tuning and other applications.
We offer aramid fabrics in gramme weights from 60 g/m2 to 1350 g/m2.