Some combination of these materials is essential for any successful vacuum bagging system. Before beginning any project, first determine the parameters of your part and your lay-up:

  • What is the size and shape of your part?
  • Does it have deep cavities or sharp corners?
  • What is the temperature range for my lay-up?

Answers to questions like these help you decide best materials for your part.

If you're not sure which materials to buy, or if you want to learn more, visit the Learning Center and read the white paper, Vacuum Bagging Equipment & Techniques, and watch the Vacuum Bagging Materials Videos.

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Stretchlon<sup>®</sup> 200 Bagging Film

Stretchlon® 200 Bagging Film

High Stretch Conforms to Nearly Any Shape
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Stretchlon<sup>®</sup> 800 Bagging Film

Stretchlon® 800 Bagging Film

Suited for High-Temp Applications up to 400°F
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Nylon Bagging Film, Below 300°F

Nylon Bagging Film, Below 300°F

Particulary Soft and Pliable, Won't Dry Out

Nylon Bagging Film, Above 300°F

Nylon Bagging Film, Above 300°F

High Temp, High Pressure, High Performance

Polyethylene Bagging Film

Polyethylene Bagging Film

Tube Format for Smaller Molds and Room-Temp Use

20% Shrink Tape

20% Shrink Tape

Create mechanical pressure without vacuum

High Temperature Release Film

High Temperature Release Film

Control Surface Resin for High-Temp Applications

Econostitch<sup>®</sup> Peel Ply

Econostitch® Peel Ply

Visible Before and After Cure

Nylon Release Peel Ply

Nylon Release Peel Ply

A Must-Have for Release from Laminate

Polyester Peel Ply

Polyester Peel Ply

Ideal for Secondary Bonding
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Breather and Bleeder

Breather and Bleeder

Binder-Free, Conforms Closely to Contours of Part

Flash Tape

Flash Tape

Secure Materials within Vacuum Bag Lay-Ups

Gray Sealant Tape

Gray Sealant Tape

Easy Seal for Lamination; Easy Strip after Cure

Yellow Sealant Tape

Yellow Sealant Tape

Aggressive Tack to Eliminate Vacuum Bag Leaks
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Vacuum Bagging Materials Sample Pack

Vacuum Bagging Materials Sample Pack

A Sample of Consumables, Start to Finish

Teflon Coated Fiberglass Non-Porous

Teflon Coated Fiberglass Non-Porous

A proven film Lamination Fabric

Teflon Coated Fiberglass - Porous

Teflon Coated Fiberglass - Porous

High Temperature Release Fabric

Low Temperature Release Film

Low Temperature Release Film

Perfed for Resin Control

Teflon Coated Fiberglass Non-Porous - Clearance

Teflon Coated Fiberglass Non-Porous - Clearance

A proven film Lamination Fabric

At FibreGlast.com, we carry a full selection of professional-grade Vacuum Bagging Materials:

  • Bagging Film—Bagging film is a must-have for every vacuum bagging lay-up in order to seal your lamination from air. Our selection includes popular Stretchlon® 200 and 800 selections, Nylon choices, and a Polyethylene tube format.
  • Peel Ply—This is generally another necessity for removing your part from the bagging system once it has cured. Peel ply is usually selected based the surface finish you want to leave on your part. We offer Nylon and Polyester varieties.
  • Release Film—Release film is chosen to make it easier to bagging materials from your set-up once the process is complete. It is not necessary, but helpful. It also helps to remove or maintain resin for the part during the lay-up process. Choose from low-temp and high-temp styles, perforated and non-perforated.
  • Breather-Bleeder—As a breather, it allows vacuum pressure to be applied evenly across the surface of the laminate. As a bleeder, it absorbs excess resin. It's available in various weights.
  • Shrink Tape—Shrink Tape creates mechanical pressure with applied heat and without vacuum.
  • Sealant and Flash Tape—Use to secure bagging films to molds, and to secure other materials within your lay-up.

All Vacuum Bagging Materials are meant to be thrown away once they have been used. Replenishing your stock of materials will be an ongoing task if you plan to vacuum bag regularly.

You can place your order right here on our website or, if you have any questions, call 1.800.838.8984 | 8:00am - 8:00pm EST Mon-Fri.