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D138

D138 Cross Fibers

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Laid scrim is a cost-effective reinforcing fabric made by chemically bonding continuous filament yarn in an open mesh construction. It is commonly used to increase tear or puncture resistance, improve dimensional stability, or aid in processing. The utility of scrims can be further enhanced by the use of functional binders for increased chemical, heat or moisture resistance, for proper chemical compatibility with the construction they are reinforcing, or for providing the adhesive properties needed for lamination’s. ESF Technology products add an off angle and warp component to these characteristics.

Properties

  • Excellent dimensional stability
  • Variable tensile strength
  • Increase tear resistance
  • Off angle & multiple angle reinforcement
  • Additional warp yarns available
  • Multiple yarn types and combinations available
  • Custom designed and made

Additional Information

Carrier Scrim

2 layers of 4 x 4 70d Polyester

Fill (angled) Yarn

Multiple high tensile yarn types are available

Patterns

Off angle, 45° with 1 yarn / 1 inch Technora aramid and 12k Carbon fiber warps

Tensile

Based on yarn type used

Weight

86 GMS/M2 (this sample)

Coating

Thermoplastic

Substrate

Laminates readily

Width

58″