Fiberglass

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Fiberglass Fiberglass is a common form of insulation product that started out as one specific brand of insulation and has since become a generic term that is used to describe a material that has been constructed from small fibers of glass.

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Mobile, AL  |  800-226-1134

With over 100 years combined experience, All Plastics and Fiberglass has the experience to handle all your fiberglass needs. No matter how large or small the job is, AP & F is committed to a process that ensures the highest quality fiberglass fabrications.

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All Plastics and Fiberglass, Inc. $$$

Wapato, WA  |  509-877-2228

Amtech is a fiberglass fabricator of composite-based products and parts for the military and commercial markets. We manufacture fiberglass products and fiberglass parts for clients throughout the Western United States. Services include open face fiberglass molding and the use of 40 foot lay up booths.

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Amtech Corporation, Inc. $$$

Wichita, KS  |  316-264-9541

Fiber Dynamics is a leading provider of out-of-autoclave processed components, specializing in RTM, for over 20 years. Our capabilities include turn-key production solutions with design, tooling, machining, fabrication and assembly processes. These capabilities, plus world-class operational management, AS9100 / NADCAP accreditation make FDI an outstanding solutions partner for our customers.

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Fiber Dynamics, Inc. $$$

Ardmore, OK  |  580-389-5421

Since the 1950’s, Beetle Plastics has been a designer and manufacturer of composite and fiberglass products. We specialize in cooling tower piping, and also offer fiberglass tanks, vessels, and processing equipment. We offer composite and fiberglass fabrication to meet your needs.

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Beetle Plastics, LLC $$$

Geneva, OH  |  440-466-4876

Major OEM distributors know that Hadlock Plastics specializes in meeting tough requirements and high volume demands while lowering costs. With full in house prototyping, engineering, machining and finishing services, our fiberglass products are ISO 9001 certified and made to last. We offer the equipment, services, expertise and manufacturing capacity to keep your project running smoothly.

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Hadlock Plastics Corporation $$$
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This form of reinforcement is typically used within a plastic material and the glass fibers are arranged in a certain way depending on your application and the different requirements you may have of the fiberglass product. Fiberglass itself can be found in a vast number of industries and applications such as boats, bath tubs, automobiles, swimming pools, water tanks, roofing, pipes, casts, and many other uses.

Fiberglass has a number of different properties that allow it to excel in this wide range of applications, it has rating for both compression and tension, it is weather resistant, comes with a variety of surface texture options, and is naturally resistant to a number of different corrosive elements. Fiberglass is manufactured through a process called pultrusion, which is a form of extrusion. However it differs from extrusion in that the process pulls the material as opposed to traditional extrusion methods where the material is pushed through the process.

This process pulls the different materials needed to make the fiberglass either thermoplastic or thermosetting plastic in addition to the glass fibers and takes them through a series of processes. These processes include passing through a tension roller, soaking in resin, passing through a heat source, one final pass through the pulling mechanism to completion. As stated before, fiberglass can be used in wide range of applications so the manufacturing process may differ depending on the manufacturer's preferred methods and any specific requirements you may have.

There are a number of different types of fiberglass, common types range from polyester resin which is not reinforced and has a low tensile and compression strength of 55 megapascals (MPa) and 140 MPa respectively. To S-Glass Epoxy composite which has a tensile strength of 2,358 MPa and a compression strength higher than 350 MPa. In order to determine which type of fiberglass is best for your specific application, consult with an experience fiberglass manufacturer today.

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