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Unidirectional Carbon Fabric (9.0 oz)
9.0 oz/sq yd, 12" Wide, 0.014" Thick, 12K Standard Modulus


This unidirectional fabric is non-woven. Consequently, there is no crimping of the fibers and only minimal binder is used. Polyester fill threads on one side further reduce crimp potential. This results in the highest property unidirectional dry reinforcement available.

Unidirectional fabrics add strength in only one direction. To maximize the strength of this carbon fiber, use an epoxy resin system, like our System #2000.

Our 9-ounce version is a standard modulus fabric with a tensile modulus of more than 20 MSI, and is used in many marine applications such as boat hulls, as well as hockey sticks and bicycles. If your application calls for higher strength properties, consider our#2596 Unidirectional Fabric, a 4.3-ounce, which features over 24 MSI.

Fibre Glast is committed to ensuring that every roll of fabric we handle is First Quality and manufactured to the highest standards, so that you can expect the same properties and handling characteristics every time you order.
2 Lb. Polyurethane Mix and Pour Foam
For Flotation, Sculpting, and Cavity Filling

Our #24/25 is a two-part, equal mix, self-rising, 2 lb./cubic foot density, closed-cell foam system.
  • Foaming begins within 45 seconds after the two liquids are mixed and continues for several more minutes.
  • The foam expands approximately 30 times its liquid volume before curing, and will fill any shape cavity.
  • It does not react with oil or gasoline and it will not absorb water. #24/25 is ideal for flotation applications and provides 60 pounds of flotation per cubic foot of foam. Unlike polyester foams, polyurethane foam is compatible with both polyester and epoxy resins. This foam is designed to meet USCG Title 33, Chapter 1, Part 183 when mixed properly.

    When filling cavities for purposes of insulation, flotation or reinforcement; estimate the volume of the cavity and multiply the volume (in cubic feet) by 2.5 to determine the number of pounds of foam to mix.

    For instance if you wish to fill a cavity measuring 1ft. by 1ft. by 2ft., the cavity has a volume of 2 cubic feet. Multiplying that volume by 2.5 indicates you need 5 pounds of foam mix (2.4 lb. #24 and 2.6 lb. #25).
Vinyl Ester Resin
Tough and Corrosion Resistant


Our #1110 Vinyl Ester resin is formulated for maximum corrosion resistance to most fuels, vapors, and both acidic and basic chemicals. It is also heat resistant and blended for toughness. These qualities make it perfect for repairing tank linings, blistering boat hulls, as well as fabricating tough all-around parts. The properties of this resin allow it to withstand impacts and repeated flexing without developing cracks.

#1110 has a low viscosity, making it perfect for resin infusion applications. It can also be used for hand lay-up or spray applications that require excellent corrosion resistance, impact strength, and tensile elongation.
Shelf Life Limited to 3 months. (Hetron 922)

This resin is formulated for 1.25% MEKP catalyzation. #1110 can be purchased alone or as part of a Resin and Hardener Kit.

1110/69-F kit contains (1) QUART RESIN, (1) 69-A.
1110/69-A kit contains (1) GAL RESIN, (2) 69-A.
1110/69-AK kit contains (4) GAL RESIN, (8) 69-A.
Polyester Fairing Compound
Creamy Non-Sag Fairing Compound


Polyester Fairing Compound is a fibrous filler for structural repairs, bonding, and part fabrication. This smooth, white, thixotropic paste system is great for rebuilding broken, void, or damaged areas in composites and other materials. Unlike other body fillers, #4100 Polyester Fairing Compound exhibits low shrinkage, high impact strength, and excellent temperature and chemical resistance. It also has great heat and cold resistance and no bleed out. It is easy to mix, has excellent adhesive qualities, low moisture absorption, and can be applied in varying degrees of thickness. Use this versatile Polyester Fairing Compound to permanently repair damage on a boat or to smooth and shape the external surface of a part.

Using this fairing compound is simple. After prepping the surface mix #4100 with a BPO Hardener. Our kits ship with white BPO hardener, however you may want to purchase either Red or Black as an off-color mix indicator. When mixing is finished, the fiber-filled paste can be applied and smoothed with a squeegee or spreader. If your application requires a perfectly smooth cosmetic surface, after using #4100 Polyester Fairing Compound, we recommend using our #4116 Lightweight Polyester Cosmetic Filler.

#4100 is Compatible with Epoxy Resin, Polyester Resin, and Vinyl Ester Resin.
Requires BPO Hardener - 100R:2H (parts by weight).

To get the best mechanical bond, it is recommended to use #4100 Polyester Fairing Compound on rough or fibrous surfaces. Bonding applications include: composite repair, marine fabrication, FRP composites to FRP, metal inserts to fiberglass, metal to concrete, detail blocks to FRP, wood to wood bonding, and metal to metal bonding.

4100/264-A Kit contains 1 Quart Polyester Fairing Compound & 1 oz. tube of White BPO Hardener.
4100/264-B Kit contains 1 Gallon Polyester Fairing Compound & 4 oz. tube of White BPO Hardener.
  • Resin Color – White
  • Working Time (100 gram mass) – 8-10 minutes
  • Finish Schedule (100 gram mass) – 15-30 minutes
  • Cured Hardness – 80-83 Shore D
KEVLAR<sup>®</sup> / Carbon Hybrid (Blue)
5.4 oz/sq yd, 50" Wide, 0.012" Thick, 2x2 Twill Weave


Get the best of both worlds with this KEVLAR® and carbon hybrid. By combining the properties of both materials in each layer, this First Quality fabric delivers a high strength-to-weight ratio, high conformability, impact resistance, abrasion resistance, dimensional stability, and fatigue resistance.

3K Carbon creates the warp and 1420 Denier KEVLAR® is dyed blue and used in the fill direction, making for easy drape and impressive cosmetics. Use as a single layer for cosmetics or back with another layer in the cross direction for a maximum balance of properties.

This hybrid is compatible with polyester and vinyl ester, but use with an epoxy resin system to maximize the strength properties of the carbon fiber. Store any unused fabric away from UV light.

Fibre Glast is committed to ensuring that every roll of fabric we handle is First Quality and manufactured to the highest standards, so you should expect the same properties and handling characteristics every time you order.

KEVLAR® Fabric is made with genuine DuPont™ KEVLAR® fiber. DuPont™ and KEVLAR® are registered trademarks of E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company and are used with permission.
High Viscosity Epoxy Surface Coat
Thickened Surface Coat


Our #1099 High Viscosity Epoxy Surface Coat is a white, thickened epoxy material used to create the durable surface coat on room temperature epoxy molds. This surface coat can be brushed on as thick without developing runs or sags. It is specially formulated to provide strong interlaminar bonds with the reinforcing materials, even if it is left unsupported overnight. #1099 resists chipping and cracking, and retains its high gloss.

It is often chosen for broad, flat tooling surfaces where it can be applied fast.
  • Mix Ratio (by weight) – 100:11
  • Pot Life – 20-25 minutes
  • Color – White
System 2000 Epoxy Resin
High Strength Epoxy Resin with Cure Options


System 2000 Epoxy Resin is a medium viscosity, light amber laminating resin that is designed for fabricating parts and other demanding structural applications. Use this system to maximize the physical properties of carbon fiber, KEVLAR®, and glass laminates! Test results have proven superiority over other room temperature epoxies. Its low viscosity and great handling characteristics make it a favorite in the shop too!

Three high performance hardener systems are available for the System 2000 resin. 20 minute, 60 minute and 120 minute pot life versions are all options. This added variety allows the fabricator to select the system best suited to the size, complexity, or time-frame of the project. Simple parts which need to be demolded quickly should use the 20 minute hardener. Larger and more complex parts can use either of the other hardeners.

Vacuum Bagging applications would typically warrant the longest 2 hour working time. As with any epoxy system, adhere to the proper mix ratios and maintain an adequate curing temperature of at least 70 degrees F. The cure time will be cut in half for every 10 degrees F that the temperature is raised above 70 degrees F. Purchase a single cure, or buy resin in bulk and order a variety of hardeners to keep on hand for any project. 

Chopped strand mat contains a binder which prevents proper bonding with any epoxy resins. Use our polyester or vinyl ester resins with chopped strand mat.

First, select the amount of System 2000 Resin that you will need. Then select your needed curing agent or combination of curing agents. Remember, these are not exact kits, so be sure you have enough Hardener!

KEVLAR® Fabric is made with genuine DuPont™ KEVLAR® fiber. DuPont™ and KEVLAR® are registered trademarks of E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company and are used with permission.
Low Temperature Release Film
Control Surface Finish for your Part


Our Low Temperature Release Film makes for an easy release of vacuum bagging materials from your part once the process is complete. When used directly next to your laminate, it generally produces a smoother, glossy surface finish for your part (although it can be used on top of peel ply within a set-up). This Release Film is suited for use in temperatures up to 315°F, and is available in two different styles:
  • #1580 Perforated Release Film features small holes 0.045" in diameter across the surface, each ½" apart, that allow air and excess resin to pass through.
  • #1781 is a solid sheet, with no perforations. Resin content can be more closely controlled, as resin within the laminate stays there.

Both come in a 60"-wide sheet, and can be used with all of the resins on our website.

This release film is approximately 0.001" thick.


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