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HERTER Glastuchmatten
Bürgermeister-Schade-Str. 6
24232 Schönkirchen
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High-performance fibreglass cloth
for versatile insulation

Fibreglass consists of thin fibres made of glass. To manufacture glass fibres, molten glass is stretched into thin strands. As well as being used in fibreglass cables for the quick transmission of data, fibreglass is also optimal for use in Heat and sound insulation. The fibres are woven into materials, so to speak. These are available in various formats that are suitable for different demands.

Because of their material properties, glass fibres are among the most important construction materials in the world – they are

  • dimensionally stable: Even in extremely high or low temperatures, glass fibres do not contract or stretch.
  • ageing and weather-resistant: Glass fibres do not absorb moisture. Water does not have any effect on them – neither physically nor chemically.
  • solid, but highly elastic: Glass fibres have a high strength-to-weight ratio. This is why they are so suited for use in products that demand high strength with minimal weight.
  • chemically resistant: Only a few chemicals, such as hydrofluoric acid, hot phosphoric acid or highly alkaline substances can attack glass fibres. The inorganic textile fibres do not mould, rot or disintegrate.
  • incombustible: as an inorganic material, glass fibres do not burn. Neither do they encourage combustion. Even at temperatures of over 500°C they continue to possess around 25% of their original strength.
  • low level of heat-conduction: Fibreglass cloth has a low coefficient of thermal expansion and a low degree of heat-conduction.

HERTER fibreglass matting is made out of high-grade fibreglass cloth. The advantages for you at a glance:

  • easy installation and removal
  • low surface temperature
  • easy to fit to intricately formed components
  • easy to use constructionally in minimal space
  • application of normal textiles at working temperatures of up to 500°C
  • application of normal textiles at working temperatures of up to 500°C

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Mo - Th 07:30 am - 04:00 pm
Fr 07:30 am - 01:00 pm