GRC Fiberglass Chopped Strand ZrO2 14.5%

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Specifications of GRC Fiberglass Chopped Strand ZrO2 14.5%:


1) Length:3.0mm,4.5mm,6.0mm,9.0mm,12mm,15mm
2) Good strand integrity
3) Low static
4) Good flowability

Features of GRC Fiberglass Chopped Strand ZrO2 14.5%:

--Good strand integrity, low static and good flowability;

--Fast and uniform distribution in resins, good processing properties and good mechanical properties of the end products;

--Good bonding with resins. No fiber sticking out at the surface of the end products and aesthetic appearance.

Application of GRC Fiberglass Chopped Strand ZrO2 14.5%:

It is mainly used in injection and compression molding processes and its typical end-use applications include automotive industry, home appliances, valves, pump housings, chemical corrosion resistance and sports apparatus.

Packaging of GRC Fiberglass Chopped Strand ZrO2 14.5%:

The product can be packed in bulk bags, cardboard boxes or composite plastic woven bags;

Bulk bags can hold 500kg~1000kg each;

Cardboard boxes and composite plastic woven bags can hold 15kg~25kg each.

Storage of GRC Fiberglass Chopped Strand ZrO2 14.5%:

Unless otherwise specified, fiberglass products should be stored in a dry, cool and rain-proof area. It is recommended that the room temperature and humidity should be always maintained at 15-35,35%-65% respectively.

GRC Fiberglass Chopped Strand ZrO2 14.5%

 

GRC Fiberglass Chopped Strand ZrO2 14.5%

 

GRC Fiberglass Chopped Strand ZrO2 14.5%

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Location Hubei,China
Year Established 2005
Annual Output Value US$50 Million - US$100 Million
Main Markets Southern Europe 10%
Northern Europe 10%
Central America 10%
Western Europe 10%
Eastern Asia 10%
Mid East 30%
Africa 20%
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Language Spoken: English;Chinese;
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Factory Size: Above 100,000 square meters
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