Fibers light. Carbon strong!
Fibers light. Carbon strong!
Strength in Material!
Our Products

We offer different varieties that are woven from high-quality E-glass fiberglass yarn in thicknesses ranging from 0.025mm to 2mm and in different densities and weave patterns with roll lengths up to 10000 meters. It is also heat and silane-treated with improved resin compatibility. Style 1070,1080,7628,2116 are our most famous fiberglass fabrics being applied across sectors. They are popular for their unique features of lightweight and high strength. It helps make the products light in weight and suitable for different weather conditions.

1. Fiberglass Mesh

Fiberglass Mesh from E class fiberglass  Yarn in leno and plain weave and coated with an anti-emulsion polymer. It has multiple unique characteristics including high strength, and low weight and is ideally suited for EIFS (Exterior Insulation Finishing System), ETICS (Exterior Thermal Insulation Composite System), Plastering, Stone and marble industry, road construction, waterproofing gypsum, or normal board manufacturing as the best reinforcement. Its corrosion resistance is the most economical fabric.

2. Fiberglass Fabrics

At Textech, we weave fiberglass fabrics from high quality E-glass fiberglass yarn in thicknesses ranging from 0.025mm to 2mm and in different densities and weave patterns with roll lengths upto 10000 meters. Our fiberglass fabrics are also heat and silane-treated for improved resin compatibility.

3. Fiberglass Woven Rovings

Fiberglass Woven Rovings are made from fiberglass direct rovings, which offer excellent laminate properties. They work well with polyester, vinyl, and epoxy resin for hand machine production purposes, such as vessels, boats, plane furniture, automotive parts, etc.

4. Fiberglass Multiaxial Fabrics

Our Multiaxial fabrics include Biaxial, Triaxial, Uni-Directional, and Quadraxial Fabrics. They are made with partial warp weaving or double bias plies stitched into a single fabric. These fabrics are unique because of their high strength and low weight, which gives off excellent stiffness and improves the fabric’s surface quality.

5. Fiberglass Surface Mat

The mat is a nonwoven material composed of short glass fiber strands. It is soft and can reinforce the surface and improve its smoothness and aesthetics of the surface.

6. Fiberglass Needle Mat

Our fiberglass needle mat is standard, and it is designed to be used on a variety of surfaces. The needle-punched yarn used in the product provides a smooth and even surface that is easy to clean. It has a thickness of 2 and a face weight of 40 oz/yd2. It is resistant to fire, heat, and wear while providing long-lasting durability and stability. It is also straightforward to cut and handle during installation. 

These mats are useful for: 

  • Electrical equipment
  • Heat preservation
  • Heat insulation
  • Automotive exhaust treatment

7. Fiberglass Paper

It is a thin plastic sheet that has been saturated with glass fibers. It has several advantages over common insulation materials. Unlike other fibrous insulations, which tend to experience expansion and contraction due to changes in humidity, Our Fiberglass Paper only permits slight expansion and contraction when exposed to moisture. This characteristic makes it ideal for use in applications where the walls or ceiling require further support. The Fiberglass Paper will not cause any additional stress on braces or battens during any climate changes.

Properties of Fiberglass

Chemical Resistance

Dimensional Stability

Good Thermal Properties

High Tensile Strength

High Thermal Endurance

Low Moisture Absorption

High Di Electrical Strength

Product Versatility


Markets for Fibre Glass Fabric

Aerospace and Defence
Fiberglass is pretty important in the aerospace industry. It is used to replace metallic parts because of their considerable higher resistance to temperatures than metal. This makes them very important whenever thermal stress needs to be suppressed without additional structural reinforcement.
Most fiberglass of different densities is used to prevent the formation of cracks and act as a reinforcement material. Since fiberglass mesh has a very high tensile strength, it is used as a waterproofing material in the construction industry. For example, it is used to cover waterproofed roofs or floor joints to prevent water from seeping through and enhance insulation. They are used in walls, joints, and plaster in the construction industry. They are also crucial in industries where fire-resistant properties are required.
The fiberglass fabric markets serve several industries (filtration and packaging) and are always looking for new ways to reduce costs while increasing output. New fibers are constantly developed, and offering such fabrics with custom-designed properties can be an excellent way to enter a market as a value-added service provider.
Coating and Lamination
We have varieties for coating and lamination purposes. Whatever fiberglass fabrics you are looking to find, we have their thicknesses ranging from 0.025mm to 0.35mm in various weave patterns and densities with their roll lengths up to 10000 meters.
Thermal Insulation
They have been used for many years for thermal insulation due to their unique thermal resistance properties. It can be directly used, laminated, or coated with other substrates for thermal insulation.
Fire Protection
Fiberglass is nonflammable; it would not catch fire - so it is a significant asset to this industry. They are used in loom states and manufacturing fire fighting suits to overcome fire hazards.
Composites made from them have excellent electromechanical properties. Conductive fabrics can be woven into textiles or sandwiched between layers of other materials to provide conductivity in electrical wires, antennas, computers, and electric motors.
Laminates for PCBs
In modern-day electronics, PCBs (printed circuit boards) are used everywhere. They are often made with fiberglass fabric which serves as heat sinks and resistors in circuits. They also play other numerous vital roles in electronics. Our electronic grade fabrics 7628,7637, and 1080 are specially treated with Silanes for better resin compatibility in this sector.
Chemical Industry
Our products are used in chemical plants and refineries to cover piping, valves, and large tanks. These tanks are made of glass fibers bonded with a thermosetting resin, usually epoxy or polyester. They are highly flexible and durable fabrics resistant to corrosion and chemicals.
There are a lot of people in the sports industry who now use fiberglass fabrics to make their equipment. This is because they offer a great deal of flexibility and strength which makes them right for different kinds of sports. We are a leading manufacturer and supplier of the design and manufacturing of fiberglass fabrics for indoor and outdoor sports arenas, seating and storage systems. Our dedication to quality means we work hard to exceed the expectations of our customers. Products include sports coverings, roller racing coverings, football kit covers, and carpet overlays for the sports industry.
Yachts, kayaks, canoes, and patrol boats are constructed using several materials. Although wood is popular for use in smaller vessels, it is rarely used on larger yachts because of its susceptibility to warping and deterioration from exposure to water. Instead, fiberglass is popular and typically used to construct these large luxury vessels.
Transportation and Automotive
Fiberglass fabric is used in many lightweight automobiles, such as racing cars and automobiles. The reinforced fabrics contain glass fiber that adds tensile strength to various structures like airplanes, ships, railroad cars, and automobiles.
Wind Mills
Our fiberglass fabrics in plain and multiaxial patterns are used to manufacture windmill blades for the generation of energy. Fiberglass works well for weight to strength ratio, making it an ideal material for this application.