Polyurethane PU Coated Fiberglass Cloth

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PU Polyurethane Coated Glass Fibre SMOKE Cloth is halogen free, impermeable to gases, and has high stability. In addition it is also fire proof and has a temperature resistance of up to 600oC short duration working temperature. Can be used in fire and smoke applications.

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Vitcas Polyurethane PU coated SMOKE cloth is impermeable to gases, but still allows some light through. The fabric is halogen free, fire proof and has high stability. It has a maximum service temperature of 550oC continuous working temperature and 600oC short term working temperature.

Applications:

  • smoke and fire applications
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Product Group Textiles
Size 0.45mm X 1M
Indoor Yes
Temperature 600°C /1110°F
Thickness (mm) 0.45
Width (mm) 1000
Fire protection Yes
Material Glass Fibre
HS Tariff Code 7019630000
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