Build Strength for Resin Systems
These longer glass fibers are used to increase tensile and compressive properties of any resin, and even other traditional building materials including concrete. Fibers will strengthen castings and reinforce fillets in difficult-to-laminate areas of parts like edges and corners.
- Cut costs for processing, without compromising strength.
- Good color characteristics permit pigmentation or color matching to specification.
- Superior strand integrity resists generation of fuzz when used in feeding systems.
- Fabricators often add other fillers, like our #23 Silica, to resin in conjunction with chopped glass for handling.
This filler is compatible with epoxy, polyester, and vinyl ester resin systems. Add filler after adding catalyst to resin.
Mix ratio is 1:15 (filler to resin).