Anorganic reinforcing fillers for industrial applications are an important backbone in modern composite materials. We offer various staple fibres and centrifuged microfibers for different applications.
A staple fibre is produced using an endless sheet (roving) and then cut into the necessary fibre lengths. The roving is spun from the liquefied material. Each of these rovings is made up of several dozen filaments (single fibres), which are then cut into the desired length after cooling.
Centrifuged glass microfibers are sprayed through an extruder head, thus obtaining a clearly finer distribution than conventional fibres. For this reason, the appearance is rather more like wadding than fibre.