GLASS FIBER by OCV
Owens Corning Composite Solutions Business
The Owens Corning Composite Solutions Business is a pioneer and global leader in the composites industry making glass fiber
reinforcements, technical fabrics and non-woven veils. The business is dedicated to creating customer value by delivering world-class
products, expertise and support.
Composites are combinations of two or more materials (reinforcing elements and resin) that retain their identities while acting in concert.
Fiberglass-reinforced polymer (FRP) composites are safe and reliable solutions, able to face tough conditions in various environments and
have outperformed traditional materials for many years. Composites offer these important benefits:
• Light Weight – Composite parts help save weight compared to steel parts (up to 30 percent lighter) with similar thermomechanical properties.
• High Strength – Pound for pound, glass fibers are stronger than steel. Composites gain their strength when fibers are set within a resin matrix.
Fibers carry the load while the resin spreads the load imposed on the composite.
• Easy to Shape – Composites can be molded into complex shapes at relatively low cost. This flexibility offers designers extensive latitude in new product design.
• Integration of Functions – Parts with multiple functions can often be made in a single step with composites.
• Corrosion Resistance – Composites provide long-term resistance to severe chemical and temperature environments.
Composites are the material choice for outdoor exposure, chemical handling and severe environment service.
• Durability – Composite structures have an exceedingly long life span. Coupled with low maintenance requirements, the longevity
of composites is a benefit when used in critical applications. After a half-century of use, many well-designed composite structures have yet to wear out.
• Cost savings – Thanks to their low weight and high mechanical properties, the use of composites in many applications reduces
manufacturing, shipping and maintenance costs compared to traditional materials such as steel.
|Grade name||Polymer Types||Glass Fiber Content %||Density (g/cm3)||M.I.(1) (g/10 min)||Product Description||Download|
|ADVANTEX 162 A||GLASS FIBER|
|CS 03 DP-L 115 (FIBER)||GLASS FIBER|
|CS 04-L 115||GLASS FIBER|
|CS 101 C||GLASS FIBER|
|CS 123 D-10 P||GLASS FIBER||12||0.52||65.5(sec)||Glass Fiber for Nylon|
|CS 147 A-14 (CHINA)||GLASS FIBER||30.5||Glass Fiber for PP|
|CS 147 A-14 P||GLASS FIBER||30.5||Glass Fiber for PP|
|CS 183 F||GLASS FIBER||9||17(sec)||Glass Fiber for PBT and PET|
|CS 183 H-10 P||GLASS FIBER|
|CS 183 H-13 P||GLASS FIBER|
|CS 4-144 A-14 P||GLASS FIBER|
|CS 415 A-14 C||GLASS FIBER|
|CS 415 A-14-4 MM||GLASS FIBER|
CS 584-14 P 4 MM (25 KG/BAG)
|GLASS FIBER||20.9||Glass Fiber for ABS|
|CS 584-14 P 4 MM (600 KG/BAG)||GLASS FIBER||20.9||Glass Fiber for ABS|
|CS 910-13 P 4 MM||GLASS FIBER|
|CS 952 A-13 P||GLASS FIBER|
|E-GLASS R 25 H||GLASS FIBER|
|LFT-PP OC MAX||GLASS FIBER|
|MILLED FIBER 731 EC 1/32||GLASS FIBER||Polymer types: GLASS FIBER>||Polymer types: GLASS FIBER >||Polymer types: GLASS FIBER>|
|OCV 995-13 U (MICRON)||GLASS FIBER|
|T 30 SE 1200 1150 (GLASS FIBER)||GLASS FIBER|
|CS 183 F (25 KG/BAG)||GLASS FIBER||9||17(sec)||Glass Fiber for PBT and PET|
|CS 290-10P 4 MM||GLASS FIBER|