Views: 0 Author: Site Editor Publish Time: 2018-07-11 Origin: Site
The Knitted net common mesh size is 2mm x 3mm and made of polyethylene threads. In order to easy fixing, the knitted plastic mesh with incorporates sewn eyelets, which can guarantee 6-8 years life, the popular color is green and 50% density. This plastic net is used to withstand extreme weather conditions, such as the windbreak net which will protect plants and seed beds from wind, frost or strong sunlight. It also can be used in greenhouse or polytunnels in summer.
Good cohesion for waterproofing.
The anti-corrosive performance is good; excellent in coating.
May according to the customer request, carries on each kind of function coating.
For Exterior wall heat insulation: Fiberglass Knitted mesh is a kind of necessary structure material in the EIFS (Exterior insulation and finish systems). The fiberglass mesh has high strength, good cohesion and can combine with EPS board firmly. Moreover, it can resistant alkaline material among the building material such as cement and others, therefore, it is an ideal reinforcement material in the EIFS.
For root water-proof: As there is almost no strength in waterproof medium (bitumen) itself, the waterproof system is easy to crack and leak due to temperature change, sunshine and wind, etc. When put the fiberglass mesh in the system, it can strengthen the ability to resist this influence because of its properties of high tensile strength. This will bring people a comfortable space and convenient life.
For stone reinforcement, Fiberglass mesh can reinforce and protect stones because of its high strength and balance structure, it can spread the stress equally. And it is easy to be sticked in the back of marble, mosaic and stone. It is an ideal reinforcement for all stone-processing factories.
For Vinyl laminate fabric using for windscreens; Common specification: Mass: 105, 210, 345, 420, 75, 150, 225, 290, 100, 380, 190gsm.
If you need to consult the price, please contact the business department by E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org