Date: 17th June 2016
Moldable Glass Wool
Description Moldable Glass Wool uses a phenolic-based resin which cures?when exposed to 325?F (163?C). Actual cure temperature and?time will vary based on moisture content,Website:http://www.unitedglasswool.com, density, desired?finished thickness and finished part size. In all cases the product?must be allowed to remove any moisture and reach 325?F (163?C)?for a few seconds throughout the entire blanket.AVAILABLE FORMS?Uncured Rolled BlanketAdvantageDimensional stability and strength Excellent acoustical control High thermal performance Heat resistance and low flammability Light weight and flexibility Resistance to automotive fluids Low moisture absorption Will not support microbial growthTHERMAL PERFORMANCE Test according to ASTM C518 at 23?C. Thermal conductivity as low as 0.033W/mKSound Absorption?PERFORMANCE Tested in accordance and comply with ASTM C 423fire-resistant property B.S. 476: Part 4 Non-combustibility test for materials B.S. 476: Part 6 Fire propagation B.S. 476: Part 7 Surface spread of flame ASTM E84APPLICATIONSMoldable Glass Wool specialized?in secondary processing to supply?custom parts to meet OEM-specific requirements. Die-cutting,?laminating, special packaging and just-in-time delivery are just a?few of the multiple capabilities our fabricators can provide?designed to be molded into?hood?liners, dash insulators and other acoustical componentsMoldable Glass Wool?DATA?Moldable Glass Wool should be stored at 40?F to 50?F (4?C to 10?C), with relative humidity between 30% and 90%, to retain molding characteristics. Depending on temperature and humidity conditions, the product will typically retain its molding characteristics for 14 to 21 days from the date of manufactureLoading Quantity on consult