|Fabricated From||100 % genuine cotton cloth|
|Product Type||Fiber Glass Cloth|
Fiber Glass Cloth supplied and distributed by our organization is renowned for their excellent quality and visually appealing appearance. 100% genuine cotton cloth is used in the fabrication of these fiber glass clothes. Some of the notable characteristics of these fiber glass clothes are excellent quality, perfect finish and charming color combinations. These clothes could be washed with ease and offer great comfort.
|Thickness||40-80 mm, 20-40 mm|
|Max Temperature Resistance||0-150|
Glass wool is an insulating material made from fibers of glass arranged using a binder into a texture similar to wool. The process traps many small pockets of air between the glass, and these small air pockets result in the thermal insulation properties.
Glass wool is produced in rolls or in slabs, with different thermal and mechanical properties. It may also be produced as a material that can be sprayed or applied in place, on the surface to be insulated.
Principles of function
Gases possess poor thermal conduction properties compared to liquids and solids, and thus makes a good insulation material if they can be trapped. In order to further augment the effectiveness of a gas (such as air), it may be disrupted into small cells which cannot effectively transfer heat by natural convection. Convection involves a larger bulk flow of gas driven by buoyancy and temperature differences, and it does not work well in small cells where there is little density difference to drive it.
In order to accomplish the formation of small gas cells in man-made thermal insulation, glass and polymer materials can be used to trap air in a foam-like structure. The same principle used in glass wool is used in other man-made insulators such as rock wool, styrofoam, wetsuit neoprene foam fabrics, and fabrics such as Gore-Tex and polar fleece.
The air-trapping property is also the insulation principle used in nature in down feathers, and insulating hair such as natural wool.