Fiberglass is an inorganic material that does not burn and retains about 25% of its initial strength at 540°C. It is an excellent electrical insulating material.
have properties such as low moisture absorption, high strength, heat resistance and low dielectric constant, making them ideal reinforcements for printed circuit boards and insulating varnishes.
The high strength-to-weight ratio of fiberglass makes it an excellent material for applications requiring high strength and minimal weight. For example, waterproofing fiber mesh
, this strength can be unidirectional or bidirectional, allowing flexibility in design and cost for a wide range of applications in the automotive market, civil construction, sporting goods, aerospace, marine, electronics, Home and wind energy. They are also used in the manufacture of structural composites, printed circuit boards and various special-purpose products.
They are also used in the manufacture of structural composites, printed circuit boards and various special-purpose products. The world's annual glass fiber production is about 4.5 million tons, and the main fiberglass producers
are China (60% market share), the United States and the European Union.