Knitted fabrics are a relatively new format in composites. The performance of the glass is greatly enhanced by removing the interstices of the woven fabric and the crimped condition. E-glass in woven goods normally has 22,000 psi tensile strength. Layered nonwoven goods give 27,000 psi which is about a 20% improvement. Knitted glass offers greater ease of fabric orientation and saves time over multi-layered wet lay-ups.
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Excellent quality and very fast shipping.
17 ounce DB as advertised
Good heavy material. It does unravel a bit and needs to be handled with care.
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Yes, all the fiberglass materials we offer can be used with Vinyl Ester resin.
They run down the length of the roll so perpendicular to the width.