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Fiberglass Terminology

If you have recently purchased a fiberglass product such as a pool, boat, or cover, there are some things you should know about the proper care of your new item. Be sure to familiarize yourself with the following terms to better understand fiberglass uses, materials and products.

  • Fiberglass - Most commonly, this term refers to a reinforced plastic material. In this case, fiberglass is a mixture of particularly-placed fibers and resin, and can be molded into shapes and parts of all sizes. Fiberglass can also be a type of thermal insulation with the texture and look of wool, which is made of glass filaments.
  • Molding - The process of shaping fiberglass and resin is called molding. This involves a mold for shaping in addition to heat and pressure. Pools, surfboards, spas, and doors are made using the molding process.
  • Release Agent - To prevent the fiberglass and resin from sticking during the molding process, a release agent or film is used.
  • Thread Count - This textile term is sometimes used to describe the thickness of a spool of residential insulation.
  • Roving - Roving refers to the number of threads or strands of fibers that are collected in a bundle in a parallel fashion, without twisting.
  • Curing Agent - A curing agent is used to harden a product during the final stages of of the molding process. This material is also referred to as a hardener.
  • Solvent - A solvent is the chemical that is used to remove epoxy and resin from tools and molding surfaces. It can be corrosive to fiberglass.
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    Technical Glass Products
    8107 Bracken Pl Se, Snoqualmie, WA 98065
    (425) 396-8200
    Graves Spray Supply Inc
    1862 Ives Ave, Kent, WA 98032
    (253) 854-2660
    Sunbacker Fiberglass Repair & Fabrications
    8305 134th Ave Ne, Redmond, WA 98052
    (425) 881-5724
    Technology Marketing Inc
    521 7th Ave, Kirkland, WA 98033
    (425) 576-0444
    Fiberlay Inc
    24 S Idaho St, Seattle, WA 98134
    (206) 782-0660
    Vetrotech Saint-Gobain
    2108 B St Nw, Auburn, WA 98001
    (253) 333-0660
    System Three Resins
    3500 W Valley Hwy N Ste 105, Auburn, WA 98001
    (253) 333-9339
    Rjc Enterprises LLC
    18732 142nd Ave Ne, Woodinville, WA 98072
    (425) 481-3281
    Around The Sound Fiberglass Repair
    6201 Ne 175th St, Kenmore, WA 98028
    (425) 402-6704
    Rm Products
    5857 Ne 180th St, Kenmore, WA 98028
    (425) 489-4010
    Alberto's Fiberglass
    5350 30th Ave Nw Ste C, Seattle, WA 98107
    (206) 282-3738
    Modern Refinishers
    Bothell, WA 98021
    (425) 398-1224
    Revchem Composites Inc
    1132 Thorne Rd, Tacoma, WA 98421
    (253) 305-0303
    Northwest Fiberglass Repair
    Lynnwood, WA 98087
    (425) 745-2243
    Van's Tractor Works
    5704 128th St E, Puyallup, WA 98373
    (253) 845-1800


    Fiberglass is used to make a wide variety of products. Suppliers often sell a lot of different products that are used for thermal insulation, swimming pool cover repair, protective clothing, and doors. Since industrial processes have shown that fiberglass spools can be used to make everything from clothes to spa products, it is important to find distributors that offer the types of options that you need. You can often determine which ones can serve your needs by accessing their websites and viewing their online catalogs for more information. Many of the companies that you find also sell construction materials. Fiberglass is used to make insulation for the whole house, including the roof and attic. By coating a wall’s interior with fiberglass insulation, you can dramatically improve the home’s efficiency by limiting thermal transfer that takes place between the house and the ground or air. These companies might also sell resin cloths, tape, rods, and molds that contain fiberglass parts. Some companies have contacts with manufacturers that can produce custom supplies for their clients. This makes it possible for you to purchase specific types of items that you might not be able to find in a store. If, for instance, you need a repair part, then you can order supplies that match the dimensions of the original piece. Suppliers sell their fiberglass products to other companies. If you are an individual who wants to purchase a bulk order, then they might be able to accommodate your request. By focusing on large orders, the companies generate profits even though they have discounted prices.
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