According to the shape and length, glass fiber can be divided into continuous fiber, fixed length fiber and glass wool. According to the glass component, it can be divided into alkali-free, chemical-resistant, high-alkali, medium-alkali, high-strength, high-elasticity modulus and alkali-resistant glass. Fiber, etc.
Glass fiber is divided into different grades according to composition, nature and use. According to the standard level, E-class glass fiber is most commonly used and widely used in electrical insulation materials. S grade is special fiber. Although the output is small, it is very important. With super strength, mainly used for military defense, such as bulletproof box; Class C is more chemical resistant than Class E, used for battery separators, chemical filters; Class A is alkaline glass fiber, used to produce reinforcing materials .
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