1 Short cut fiberglass introduction
Short-cut glass fiber is also called glass chopped strand.
Chopped glass fiber: Raw silk drawn from a special sizing agent, which is short-cut by wet method.
2 technical standards
R2O content: ≤0.80%
Even sputum type: silane
Applicable resin: PA, PP, PBT, ABS, BMC, etc.
Fiber diameter: 9 - 13μm
Moisture content: ≤0.3%
1) The raw silk has good bundling and low dander content.
2) Excellent dry flowability is very beneficial for continuous feeding, and the distribution of glass fiber in the product is very uniform.
3) Excellent wet dispersibility of liquidity, easy to be impregnated by trees.
Combustible content: ≤0.2%
Short cut length: 3mm, 4.5mm, 6mm, 12mm, 25mm (can be customized according to customer requirements).
4 Scope of application
Mainly used to reinforce thermoplastics. Because of its good cost performance, it is especially suitable for resin composite use as a reinforcing material for automobiles, trains and ship shells: for high temperature needle felts, car sound absorbing sheets, hot rolled steel and so on. Its products are widely used in the fields of automobiles, construction, and aviation daily necessities. Typical products include auto parts, electronic and electrical products, and mechanical products.
It can also be used to enhance the inorganic fiber with excellent anti-seepage and anti-cracking properties of mortar concrete. It is also a substitute for polyester fiber, lignin fiber and other products which are used to enhance the competitiveness of mortar concrete. It can also improve the high temperature stability and low temperature crack resistance of asphalt concrete. Sex and fatigue resistance and extended road surface life.
5 production range
Specification code Loss on ignition Coupling agent Moisture Monofilament diameter
EC9 - 13 ≤1.6% Silane ≤0.20% 9 - 13μm
6 packaging methods
The chopped fibers are packed in paper bags with composite plastic film, 25kg-50kg per bag, and placed on the tray, 1000kg per tray. The pallet stack height is no more than 5 layers.