Demand in the glass fiber industry: widening the boundaries and continuing to grow
  Glass fiber continues to expand downstream applications, mainly because of its excellent performance and economy, and its density meets the needs of lightweight. The density of raw materials of fiberglass is lower than that of ordinary metals. The smaller the material density, the lighter the unit volume weight, and the tensile modulus and tensile strength meet the requirements of stiffness and strength performance.

  Due to its designability, High tensile strength fiberglas have higher stiffness and strength than other materials such as steel and aluminum alloys, and are more suitable for high-pressure environments.

1.1 Building materials: the largest and most basic application field of glass fiber
  Building materials are the largest downstream application of glass fiber, accounting for about 34%. FRP is based on resin and fiberglass as reinforcing material, such as self adhesive fiberglass mesh tape used in drywall construction, and can also be widely used in various building structures such as doors and windows, formwork, steel bars, and reinforced concrete beams,Such as e-glass fiberglass direct roving, reinforced fibre concrete and other reinforcement materials.