|8.95 oz/yd˛ Medium Weight Standard Industrial Cloth. 8 Harness Satin. Thread Count 57 x 54. Breaking Strength 350 x 330 lb./in. Finished Weight 8.95 oz./yd˛ Thickness .009 mils. Sold by the yard.|
FIBERGLASS CLOTH 7781-50
FIBERGLASS CLOTH STAND 7781-60
Using on RV10 lead fairing. Easy to cut, place, epoxy etc. Got 2 yds more than enough material.
Two layers of this is solid but flexible, I made some naca vents and two layers seems perfect, for an intake I started with two layers and it was more flexible than I wanted so I added two more for a total of four layers and its solid, no flex. I was concerned that with the heavier fabric it wouldnt lay into compound curves very well but it does.
Great product and fast service. Thanks!
Fills the bill for RV fiberglass work - the right weight and best weave for most tasks. Highly conforming cloth.
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Yes, Hexcel uses an F16 sizing which works with structural epoxy, polyester, and vinyl-ester resins.
This material is bi-directional.
No, certificate of conformance must be requested at time of checkout, it does not come standard (additional fees may apply).
Finishes on Fiberglass fabrics are generally very stable to environmental conditions. Most fabric/finish combinations, silane and Volan-type finishes included, will not lose significant levels of properties under standard warehouse storage conditions -- <65% relative humidity and between 50 and 120oF. Hexcel believes that Fiberglass fabrics stored under these conditions will retain their full properties for at least two years.