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High Temperature Release Film
Control Surface Resin for High-Temp Applications

Our High Temperature Release Film is more durable and pliable than other release films, making it especially easy to pull from your composite part once vacuum bagging is complete. It is suited for use with temperatures up to 500°F, and is available in two different styles:
  • #1787 Perforated Release Film features holes 0.015" in diameter (P3 perforations) across the surface, each 1/2" apart; holes allow resin and air to pass through. It is well suited for vacuum infusion. Available in 50"-wide sheet.
  • #1782 is a solid sheet with no perforations, so resin content for your laminate can be more closely controlled. The resin in your part stays in your part. Available in a 60"-wide sheet.

Both styles can be used with all of the resins on our website, including epoxy, polyester, and vinyl ester.

Release film is 0.001" thick.
Green HDPE Infusion Flow Media
Quick Controlled Channels

Green HDPE Infusion Flow Media is designed to facilitate resin flow that is quick, controlled, and predictable for resin infusion projects up to 90 square feet. It can be used for larger projects if multiple ports and flow channels are installed. Use it at the surface, or as a separation layer between layers of reinforcement within your composite.

  • Compatible with epoxy, polyester, and vinyl ester resins
  • Use with temperatures up to 200°F
  • Conformable and easy to handle for positioning within vacuum bag; doesn't roll up or fray when cut

Green HDPE mesh fabric is 42" wide.

6 Lb. Polyurethane Mix and Pour Foam
Excellent Strength to Weight

This 6 lb. density foam comes as a two-part kit, both parts equally mixed. It is a closed-cell system, meaning individual cells of foam trap in air and keep liquids out. Compared to lower density foams, the 6 lb. Mix and Pour Foam offers superior compressive strength (120 psi), so it's ideal for filling cavities that will be might be used to support a heavy load. It is often used to make millwork, floats for wastewater treatment plants, and Coast Guard buoys. Because of its smaller cell structure, it is also frequently used to make detailed plugs or sculptures.

  • 6 lb. foam expands approximately 10 times its liquid volume before cure, and will fill any shape.
  • Once two parts are mixed, it will begin to react and expand within 60 seconds, and will continue for several minutes.
  • Closed-cell structure does not react with oil or gasoline, and will not absorb water.
  • Laminate directly onto foam using epoxy or polyester resin; it can also be used with urethane pigments (#141, #143, #152), latex paint, and parting wax (#1016) when used in-mold.

Before filling cavities for insulation, flotation or reinforcement, determine how much foam you'll need.

  • First, calculate the volume of your container in cubic feet. For example 1 ft. high x 1 ft. long x 2 ft. deep = 2 total cubic feet.
  • Second, for 6 lb. foam, multiply that total by 7.5. In this case, 2 cubic ft. x 7.5 = 15 lb. of required foam.

This foam is designed to meet USCG Title 33, Chapter 1, Part 183 when mixed properly.

Large Regulator / Filter
Heavy Duty Air-Pressure Control and Moisture Trap

This industrial Regulator/Filter is designed to control air flow, filter the air, and trap contaminates from the line before they can damage your equipment.

Install the Regulator/Filter in-line, close to your air source—between the air source and any of the following: #2229-A or #1148-A Vacuum Generators, #1171-A Chopper Gun, or any of the Gel Coat Spray Guns (#120-A, #123-A, #126-A). The Regulator/Filter includes a polycarbonate cup to catch liquid and debris (protected by a sturdy metal cage). A thumb screw at the bottom allows for easy draining of any liquids that accumulate in the cup.
  • Female thread size: ¼"
  • Maximum pressure: 150 psi
  • Compact size suited for smaller workshops.
KEVLAR<sup>®</sup> / Carbon Hybrid (Red)
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 red 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.
Vinyl Foam: Divinycell 4 lb. Density
Balanced Weight and Strength

DIAB closed cell vinyl foams are valued for their superior structural and mechanical properties. When used as a structural sandwich core, these foams combine ultra-low weight, improved stiffness, and impact resistance. In particular, our 4 lb./cubic foot foam is employed extensively in marine (leisure, military and commercial) and automotive applications.

  • Extremely easy to handle, including cutting, shaping, and thermoforming with a heat gun or oven
  • Used to build bulk rapidly, or bond individual sheets to provide additional thickness in target areas
  • Insulative and water resistant
  • Compatible with epoxy, polyester, and vinyl ester resins

Many customers experiment with various thicknesses and densities of foam to find the correct balance between part weight and strength. However, each thickness is well suited for a number of traditional applications:

  • ⅜" thick foam offers additional strength and impact resistance to a composite laminate without adding significant weight; it's well suited for making reinforced vertical components or walls.
  • ½" thick foam offers significant strength to a part with a limited impact on overall weight; applications include boat hulls, exterior panels, and other structural components.

DIAB Divinycell H60 4 lb. density sheets measure 32" X 48".

Grandmaster - 12k, 10x10 Carbon Fiber Fabric
19.2 oz/sq yd, 50" Wide, 0.03" Thick, 12K, 10x10

This brawny, 12K carbon fiber is a bold, hardworking version of our traditional plain weave, with every thick yarn of fabric like a glossy brush stroke. Its high-contrast surface features both brilliant highlights and contrasting deep, dark shadows. Choose Grandmaster for projects that require a robust appearance, perfect for the hood of a card, a motorcycle fender, or snowboard. The 12-K, plain weave of the Grandmaster will keep it from being as conformable to complex shapes as a lighter fabric.

The pattern does not affect the strength of this fabric. Patterned weaves feature more "floats," or areas where yarn being woven in one direction floats on top of yarn being woven in another direction. This makes for less bending in the yarn, further supporting the ultimate tensile strength of the carbon fibers themselves.

This fabric must be used with a resin. To maximize strength properties, use an epoxy, like our System #2000.

A single layer of the Grandmaster can also be used with standard carbon fabric or even fiberglass.

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.
Nylon Bagging Film, Below 300F
Particulary Soft and Pliable, Won't Dry Out

When stored and used properly, this Nylon Bagging Film is extremely conformable to the contours of your part, which decreases the likelihood of troublesome wrinkles and pinholes in your bagging system. It is suitable for use with temperatures below 300°F, and can be used in a variety of styles:
  • If you're bagging to a tooling surface, like a mold with an outside flange, consider using the flat 59"-wide sheet.
  • The 60"-wide tube format is well suited for sliding parts inside, also known as envelope bagging.
  • Slice open the tube format for use as a 120"-wide sheet.

This Nylon Bagging Film can be used with epoxy, polyester, or vinyl ester resin. For applications requiring higher temperature usage, consider the High Temperature Nylon Bagging Film, #1786.

This film is 0.002" thick.

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