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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  • Polyethylene Bagging Film

    Tube Format for Easy Use in Room Temperature Applications
    5 star rating
    Our Polyethylene Bagging Film is an economical way to make quick and easy vacuum bags when making composite parts....
  • Stretchlon® 200 Bagging Film

    High Stretch Conforms to Nearly Any Shape
    4.8 star rating
    Stretchlon ® 200 is a thin bagging film that stretches up to 500% its original length. It's designed to... 
  • Stretchlon® 800 Bagging Film

    Suited for High-Temp Applications up to 400°F
    5 star rating
    Stretchlon ® 800 bagging film stretches up to 450% its original length. It's designed to cover multiple... 
  • Nylon Bagging Film, Below 300°F

    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...
  • Nylon Bagging Film, Above 300°F

    High Temp, High Pressure, High Performance
    This Nylon Bagging Film is formulated to be less affected by moisture content in the air, so it resists getting dry...
  • Low Temperature Release Film

    High Gloss Film, With or Without Perforations
    Available perforated and non-perforated, our Low Temperature Release Film makes for an easy release of vacuum...
  • High Temperature Release Film

    Extreme Conformability for High-Temperature Applications
    High Temperature FEP (Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene) Release Films are extremely durable and highly conformable....
  • Econostitch® Peel Ply

    Visible Before and After Cure
    4.8 star rating
    Econostitch® is an economical, heat set and scoured peel ply with good performance when used with both polyester...
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At Fibre Glast, 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 the popular Stretchlon® 200 and 800 series, Nylon options, 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 used to make it easier to pull 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-temperature and high-temperature 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. Let us help you keep your supplies stocked: we offer same day shipping!

You can place your order right here on our website or, if you have any questions, call 1.800.838.8984 | 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. EST Mon-Fri.

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