Fiberglass fabric are inorganic, nonmetallic materials, generally derived from natural materials, such as quartz, limestone, sand, kaolin and dolomite, among others. With the development of modern material science and technology, several routes for fiberglass fabric production have been invented. There are two methods of producing materials; woven fiberglass fabrics, and non-woven fiberglass fabrics.
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Woven Fiberglass Fabric
The best known fiberglass fabric is created in the weaving process. At least two systems of threads are interwoven here perpendicularly. Weft threads are being pulled crosswise through lengthwise taut, tear durable warp threads. The edges are usually woven more densely, creating salvedges, which often contain information about the fabric printed on them. Because the warp threads are stretched, so it can be woven evenly, most of fabrics are strong, inflexible and stable (predictable), which is undoubtedly conducive to learning of sewing. By changing color or type of warp and weft threads, unlimited variety of fabrics can be created. Usage of a different type of weave changes the way the fabric handles.
Non-woven Fiberglass Fabric
The oldest method of creating materials is bonding / splicing the fibers together. The process of manufacturing felt fabrics can be a good example – it consists of soaking wool, compressing it, which results in entanglement of fibers, and ultimately creating a compact structure. Such created non-woven fiberglass fabric doesn’t fray or rip, and can be cut in any direction. The best known non-woven fiberglass fabric are: waddings and interfacings.
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Increasing demand for high performance materials for the manufacturing of electronics and high-end products across the globe are the major driving factors for the growth of the fiberglass fabric market. Rising demand for fiberglass fabric for thermal insulation application, especially in power generation plants, will aid the growth of Fiberglass Fabric market.
Moreover, government initiatives to promote renewable energy and new and upcoming power projects across the globe, will in turn, resulted into increasing demand in the fiberglass fabric market. Also, increasing demand for printed circuit boards across the globe will help to drive the fiberglass fabric market. However, high cost of production may hamper the growth of fiberglass fabric market. Also, fluctuating raw material prices may affect the market significantly.
Based on type, the global fiberglass fabric market is segmented into:
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Based on category, the global fiberglass fabric market is segmented into:
Based on application, the global fiberglass fabric market is segmented into:
- Wind Energy
Some of the key player identified across the value chain of the Fiberglass Fabric market are:
- Chomarat Textile Industries
- Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics
- Asahi Kasei Corporation
- Porcher Industries
- Saertex GmbH & Co.Kg.
- Hexcel Corporation
- Taiwan Electric Insulator Co. Ltd
- Nitto Boseki Co., Ltd., among others
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