Quadriaxial fabrics in “E” glass fiber, are made up of layers with parallel fibres laid in 4 orientations, stitched with texturized polyester yarn.
The most commonly used quadriaxial fabrics are oriented at 0º+45º90º-45º. The layers at 90º can be placed on the outer surface or between the other layers. The layers at ±45º can placed at choice (i.e. 0º+45º90º-45º or 0º-45º90º+45º)
It’s also possible to have ±30º or ±60º on request.
The longitudinal direction of 0° is always the direction of the length of the roll and the stitching direction.
These items are produced in a standard width from 1270mm to 2540 mm and, or they can be cut in tapes without the fibres fall apart.
Currently the know-how developed over the years has allowed the production of a range of fabrics ranging from 6000 gr/M² to 4000 gr/M².