Structural filler material for resins.

 Placeholder image  The most common filler material is matting and roving. It comes in many different sizes and weights. These materials are available in many variations, like E-glass, carbon fiber, Kevlar and more. Matt adds stiffness to the product, used as a bonding material between layers of roving. The strength comes from the roving. The difficulty with roving is working the material into complex shapes. In high-performance applications, the rule of thumb is keeping resin content and matting as low as possible! Placeholder image

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Fiberglass can provide cost-effective repair solutions due to the simplicity of application. The most time-consuming stage is getting a smooth finish.
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