Scrim Fabric, White
Strengthens and Mimics Surrounding Substrate
Scrim cloth can be used in repair applications or for reinforcement of other types of materials including fiberglass, concrete and some plastics. When fully cured, the scrim cloth will add reinforcement and mimic the expansion and contraction of the surrounding substrate.
- Often used for roofing substrate, carpet backing, sheet rock bonding tape, rubber mat backing, decorative skylights, and more
- Can be used in repair applications or for reinforcement of other types of materials including fiberglass, concrete and some plastics
- Leno weave pattern with 10 picks per inch
- Same as Style 1659 fiberglass
- Square apperature within weave is approximately 2.5mm
- Ideal for casting and concrete
- Scrim fabric is compatible with epoxy, vinyl ester, and polyester resin systems.
|Warp||ECG 150 1/0|
|Filling||ECG 75 1/0|
|Weave||20 x 10 Levo|
|Weight||1.6 oz/sq yd|
|Roll Length||785 yards (typical)|
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.
Rolled materials ship in a long (45", 53", or 62") box.
This scrim is sold by the linear yard, either as a prepackaged quantity or by continuous yardage.
This scrim is available in pre-cut lengths that measure one yard (#246-A, folded package), three yards (#246-B, folded package), and five yards (#246-C, folded package). Each is packaged and sold separately. For your convenience, these "prepacks" can be purchased in any combination. However, if the length for any one cut of scrim totals 10 yards or more, we suggest you purchase it in continuous, "cut to length" yardage.
Continuous, "Cut to Length" Yardage
If you know in advance that you intend to purchase 10 yards or more of scrim, it should be ordered in continuous, "cut to length" yardage. In this case, scrim will be cut once according to the total yardage ordered, and customers receive a price-per-yard discount as compared to prepacks.
Quantity discounts continue to deepen as the yardage increases for any one cut of scrim.