The chemical formulation of S-glass differs from that of standard E-glass. Examples of E-glass are found in the Standard Fiberglass Cloth section of this catalog. S-glass is 30% stronger and 15% stiffer than E-glass and retains these properties up to 1500° F. S-glass is also considerably tougher than an equivalent E-glass. Other styles are available on request. Sold by the yard.
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The thread count is 18x18, and the weight is 5.59 oz.
He have updated the description to include the width, which is 60".
Per the supplier: the finish can meet AMS3824C.
Yes, it is a bi-directional cloth.
Per the tech data sheet, it is 7.40 mil.