Fiberglass is an inorganic non-metallic material that can replace metal, with excellent performance, and is widely used in various fields of national economy, among which electronics, transportation and construction are the three main applications. With good prospects for development, major fiberglass companies are focusing on high performance and process optimization of fiberglass.


1、Definition of fiberglass
Fiberglass is an alternative to metal and excellent performance of inorganic non-metallic materials, is a natural mineral with silica as the main raw material, add specific metal oxide mineral raw materials. Its preparation is molten at high temperatures, drawn under the action of high-speed pulling force to the molten state of the glass stretched into fibers.
Fiberglass monofilament diameter from a few microns to more than twenty microns, equivalent to a hair of 1/20-1/5, fine art fiber injustice are hundreds or even thousands of monofilament composition.


2、The characteristics of fiberglass
The melting point of glass fiber is 680℃, boiling point is 1000℃, density is 2.4~2.7g/cm3. Tensile strength in standard state is 6.3~6.9g/d, wet state is 5.4~5.8g/d.
Enhance rigidity and hardness: the increase of fiberglass can improve the strength and rigidity of plastic, but the same plastic toughness will decrease.
Good toughness, not easy to deformation, good impact resistance: fiberglass application process, sometimes due to stretching or gravity and other impact deformation, but because of its good toughness, in the range of force will be restored to the original, the use of high efficiency.


Good heat resistance: fiberglass is an inorganic fiber, thermal conductivity is very small, will not cause combustion, and heat resistance and good. It is often used as a fireproof tool in the production of materials, which can reduce many safety hazards.
Moisture absorption: The water absorption of fiberglass is 1/20~1/10 of natural and synthetic fibers. water absorption is related to the glass composition, and the water absorption of non-alkali fiber is the smallest, and the water absorption of high alkali fiber is the largest.
Brittleness: fiberglass is more brittle than other fibers, not wear-resistant and easy to break. But when the fiber diameter is small to 3.8μm or less, the fiber and its products have good softness.
Good corrosion resistance: the chemical stability of fiberglass depends on its chemical composition, the nature of the medium, temperature and pressure, etc.. Fiberglass has good resistance to corrosive chemicals such as acids and alkalis, is virtually unaffected by organic solvents, and is stable to most inorganic compounds.

Post time: Dec-30-2022