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Buy good quality high temperature fire resistant Vermiculite Coated Fiberglass Fabric 0.6 , 0.8, 1, 2, 3 mm for various indsutrial applications. 


Vermiculite-coated fiberglass fabric combines the properties of both vermiculite and fiberglass to create a material with enhanced heat resistance and durability. Here's an overview of each component and how they contribute to the fabric's properties:

Fiberglass Fabric:

  • Fiberglass is a synthetic material made from fine fibers of glass. It is known for its high strength, durability, and heat resistance.
  • Fiberglass fabric is commonly used in applications requiring thermal insulation, fire resistance, and high tensile strength.

Vermiculite Coating:

  • Vermiculite is a naturally occurring mineral that expands when heated. It has excellent thermal insulation properties and is also fire-resistant.
  • When applied as a coating to fiberglass fabric, vermiculite enhances the fabric's heat resistance and fire-retardant capabilities.


The combination of fiberglass fabric and vermiculite coating offers several advantages:

High Heat Resistance: The fiberglass fabric provides inherent heat resistance, while the vermiculite coating further enhances this property, making the fabric suitable for applications exposed to high temperatures.

Fire Resistance: Both fiberglass and vermiculite are fire-resistant materials. When combined, they create a fabric that offers superior fire resistance, making it ideal for use in environments where fire safety is critical.

Durability: Fiberglass is known for its durability and resistance to abrasion and chemicals. The addition of a vermiculite coating can further improve the fabric's durability, making it suitable for rugged environments.

Thermal Insulation: Vermiculite-coated fiberglass fabric provides effective thermal insulation, helping to retain heat and protect against temperature fluctuations. This property makes it useful in applications such as insulation blankets and jackets.

Chemical Resistance: Fiberglass is inherently resistant to many chemicals, and the vermiculite coating can provide additional protection against corrosive substances, enhancing the fabric's chemical resistance.


Applications of vermiculite-coated fiberglass fabric include:

  • Fire blankets and curtains
  • Welding blankets and curtains
  • Insulation wraps for pipes and equipment
  • Protective clothing for high-temperature environments
  • Heat shields for automotive and aerospace applications
  • Gaskets


Vermiculite-coated fiberglass fabric is a versatile material with excellent heat resistance, fire resistance, durability, and thermal insulation properties, making it suitable for various industrial and commercial applications where these characteristics are essential.

Vermiculite Coated Fiberglass Fabric

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