Nonwoven Mesh(Polyester/Fiberglass Laid Scrims)
This laid Scrim is a kind of economic reinforcing non-woven fabric made from continuous filament yarn(Fiberglass, or Polyester etc.) in square shape of an open mesh construction with an ultra-light mass unit (6-28g/m2), which generally applies to increase tear strength, dimensional stability, facilitate handling or act as a carrier of adhesive to be used in secondary bonding. It is typically applied when woven fabrics are too heavy and knitted products are too pliable for the application.
The scrim producing process by chemically bonds non-woven yarns, also are able to enhancing the scrim with a unique glass/polyester veil, that allows for various customized demands.
Fire resistance & Water resistance
Good tensile strength & tear resistance