Superflite Non-Certified Fabric

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Part# 09-05364
MFR Model# SF104A


Superflite’s light weight fabric. This fabric is NOT FAA-Approved. 1.8 ounces per square yard, 72 inches wide. Used primarily on ultralight and some experimental aircraft. Applied using the Superflite U500 adhesive and shrunk with an iron at three temperatures – 250º, 300º, and 350º.
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great covering material

Frank A Verified Purchase


June 7, 2022

Excellent fabric, very light, used on display model of the Wright Bros Flyer I..

Carlomagno M Verified Purchase


February 16, 2022

Thank you for your manufacturing this nice product that many of us use in our radio control model airplanes. In the past I used and iron on fabric manufactured by Black-Baron Coverite. Unfortunately, it has been discontinued as our hobby is going through a cycle of very few newcomers, people passing away, etc. With this PET fabric I am covering a Spacewalker model airplane and then I will built an Aeronca Champ. Again, from my home country Colombia, South Amercica I want to thank you for keeping this product for our hobby. I wish you all the bested happy times. Best regards, Pablo Fernandez

Pablo F
May 3, 2021

This is a 1.8 oz/sq yard white dacron, that behaves just like the 3 oz dacron. It will attach to an airframe with all sorts of glue (including white glue). It will shrink with a heat gun, and is quite strong. (Dont use this on lightweight structures, as it may warp them when you shrink the cloth.) It can be sealed and painted as you would the 3 oz dacron, for that old fabric covered look on RC airplanes.

Stephen W
August 12, 2019

Looks good have not used it yet. Dave

May 19, 2020


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Q: What is the thread count on part # 09-05364?

Per inch, the thread count is 94 for the warp and the fill on the 104 fabric.

Q: Does this Superflite non-certified fabric material have a face side and a back side or does the orientation not matter?

Both sides are the same.

Q: Does this Superflite SF104 compares at all with the Ceconite uncertified lite and if so, can we still use nitrate dope to seal / fill the pores ? Also, can we use Fab-Tac to attach it to a frame or we need to use the recommended U500 ashesive ?

We recommend using all the of the same manufacturers products throughout your project. We do not have any data to confirm compatibility when mixing products.

Q: How wide is the fabric?

1.8 ounces per square yard, 72 inches wide.

Q: can this product replace dacron 1.8 oz? can it be attached to frame using dope?

This is also a polyester material, similar to Dacron, and be attached using the same fabric cement as Dacron.

Q: Is this the correct Specifications Thread Count – 94±2 Weight- 1.8 ounces per square yard Breaking Strength – 55 Bursting Strength – 55 Tear Strength – ?

Yes that is correct.

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