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MICROGLASS SPECIFICATIONS
Product  Number Screen  Size  (inches) Average  Fiber  Diameter  (microns) Average  Fiber  Length  (microns) Loose  Bulk  Density  (g/cc) Appearance                    3082 1/32 16 120 1.05 Powdery 3080 1/32 1 6 150 0.93 Powdery 3032 1/32 16 200 0.78 Powdery       3016 1/16 16 260 0.53 Floccular 3004 1/4 16 290 0.38 Floccular              7280 1/32 16 120 0.93 Powdery 7232 1/32 16 230 0.78 Powdery       7216 1/16 16 270 0.53 Floccular 7204 1/4 16 300 0.38 Floccular              9110 1/32 16 150 0.93 Powdery 9132 1/32 16 220 0.78 Powdery       9007D 1/16 16 260 0.53 Floccular 9114 1/4 16 280 0.38 Floccular              6608 1/8 16 470 0.28 Floccular 661 6 1/16 16 290 0.43 Floccular
SILANE
SILANE
CATIONIC
UNSIZED
DESCRIPTION Microglass milled fibers are E -glass filaments hammer milled to various bulk densities. PRIMARY USE Microglass is used as a filler/reinforcement in composites to increase mechanical  properties (tensile, fl  exural and impact), improve dimensional stability and minimize  distortion at elevated temperatures.
Our glass fiber reinforcements are 10 or 16 microns in diameter and milled to lengths ranging from 120 to 470 microns. They are used in composites to increase mechanical properties such as tensile, flexural and impact strength. They are also used to increase dimensional stability and minimize distortion at elevated temperatures. Milled glass fibers are compatible with all thermoset and thermoplastics resins. Surface treatments are available that may enhance performance.
MICROGLASS PRODUCT DATA OVERVIEW SHEET
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS Fiber Diameter Loose Bulk Density Sizing These characteristics are unique for each  product Appearance See milled fiber specifications below. Solid Loss on Ignition Moisture Content Maximum 0.1% Contamination Free of foreign matter, dirt, oil or grease, and  hard lumps of nodulated fibers and/or unmilled  fibers. Color Off - white to white. }
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Quality                Service                               Price PRODUCT SURFACE MODIFICATIONS AND END USE
3000 Series - Unsized fibers compatible with all thermoset and thermoplastic resins. 6000 Series - Low cost fibers with higher levels of surface treatment compatible with all thermoset and thermoplastic resins. 7000 Series - Cationic surface treatment to accelerate wet out, improve dispersion, and overall processability. Compatible with all thermoset and thermoplastic resins. 9000 Series - Silane surface treated fibers for improved bonding between the inorganic glass and the organic resin. Sizings are available for various resins such as polyesters, epoxies, phenolics, polyurethanes, polyvinyl chloride and other resin systems.
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Technical / Sales Support: contact Bill Simons for application bulletins, samples, or technical assistance.
Final determination of the suitability of the material for the use contemplated is the sole  responsibility of the user. No warranty is expressed or implied, and the manufacturer’s  only obligation shall be to rep lace such quantity of the product proven to be defective.
   Since 1986
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MICROGLASS PRODUCT DATA OVERVIEW  SHEET
MICROGLASS SPECIFICATIONS
Sheet Spec       Product  Number       Screen  Size  (inches)     Average  Fiber  Diameter  (microns)     Average  Fiber  Length  (microns)     Loose  Bulk  Density  (g/cc)           Appearance
Microglass milled fibers are E -glass filaments hammer  milled to various bulk densities.
Microglass is used as a filler/reinforcement in  composites to increase mechanical properties (tensile, fl exural and impact), improve dimensional stability and  minimize distortion at elevated temperatures.
PRODUCT SURFACE MODIFICATIONS  AND END USE
3000 Series - Unsized fibers compatible with all thermoset and thermoplastic resins. 6000 Series - Low cost fibers with higher levels of surface treatment compatible with all thermoset and thermoplastic resins. 7000 Series - Cationic surface treatment to accelerate wet out, improve dispersion, and overall processability. Compatible with all thermoset and thermoplastic resins. 9000 Series - Silane surface treated fibers for improved bonding between the inorganic glass and the organic resin. Sizings are available for various resins such as polyesters, epoxies, phenolics, polyurethanes, polyvinyl chloride and other resin systems.
Our glass fiber reinforcements are 10 or 16 microns in diameter and milled to lengths ranging from 120 to 470 microns. They are used in composites to increase mechanical properties such as tensile, flexural and impact strength. They are also used to increase dimensional stability and minimize distortion at elevated temperatures. Milled glass fibers are compatible with all thermoset and thermoplastics resins. Surface treatments are available that may enhance performance.
DESCRIPTION  PRIMARY USE
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Microglass
Quality                Service                               Price GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS Fiber Diameter Loose Bulk Density Sizing These characteristics are unique for each  product Appearance See milled fiber specifications below. Solid Loss on Ignition Moisture Content Maximum 0.1% Contamination Free of foreign matter, dirt, oil or grease, and  hard lumps of nodulated fibers and/or unmilled  fibers. Color Off - white to white. } Site Navigation
Technical / Sales Support: contact Bill Simons for application bulletins, samples, or technical assistance.
Final determination of the suitability of the material for the use contemplated is the sole  responsibility of the user. No warranty is expressed or implied, and the manufacturer’s  only obligation shall be to rep lace such quantity of the product proven to be defective.
   Since 1986
              3082 1/32 16 120 1.05 Powdery 3080 1/32 1 6 150 0.93 Powdery 3032 1/32 16 200 0.78 Powdery       3016 1/16 16 260 0.53 Floccular 3004 1/4 16 290 0.38 Floccular              7280 1/32 16 120 0.93 Powdery 7232 1/32 16 230 0.78 Powdery       7216 1/16 16 270 0.53 Floccular 7204 1/4 16 300 0.38 Floccular              9110 1/32 16 150 0.93 Powdery 9132 1/32 16 220 0.78 Powdery       9007D 1/16 16 260 0.53 Floccular 9114 1/4 16 280 0.38 Floccular              6608 1/8 16 470 0.28 Floccular 661 6 1/16 16 290 0.43 Floccular
SILANE
SILANE
CATIONIC
UNSIZED
Mica Microglass Microwool Wollastonite
© Copyright 2015 Fibertec, Inc. All Rights Reserved
35 Scotland Boulevard Bridgewater, MA 02324  Phone 508.697.5100 Fax 506.697.7140