Biaxial fibreglass cloth
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Fibreglass cloths can be woven with a variety of plain weaves where warp and weft are at 90 Degrees to each other, or with fibres at angles to the warp and weft. Our biaxial fibreglass cloths (where the opposing layers of fibres run diagonally at 45 degrees to the length of the cloth – the warp) is a non-woven, (stitched or tacked) double bias fibreglass cloth. Bi-axial cloths have fibreglass strands stitched, woven or tacked at 45 degrees across the warp and weft to produce a more stable cloth suitable for applications where the direction of the glass is important to the dimension stability of a laminate. Multi-axials produce a stronger, stiffer laminate across a wide range of applications.
Double bias cloth, with its variable orientation of fibres, is stronger than the conventional fibreglass cloths we sell as it has more weight per square metre. Suitable with our range of epoxy and Seabase Marine range of polyester resins.