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Microglass

MICROGLASS PRODUCT DATA OVERVIEW

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, fexural 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
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, flexural and impact), improve dimensional stability and minimize distortion at elevated temperatures.


GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS

Fiber Diameter: These characteristics are unique for each.
Loose Bulk Density: These characteristics are unique for each.
Sizing: These characteristics are unique for each.
Product Appearance: See milled fiber specifications below.
Solid Loss on Ignition: See milled fiber specifications below.

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.

GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS

MICROGLASS SPECIFICATIONS

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