In the fiberglass based composites there are many resins available, such as epoxy, silicone and melamine. These alloys give them arc resistance and electrical insulation properties that meet several conditions. It is also possible to use these products in humid areas without degrading or losing strength. They are available in sheets, tubes, rods and they are relatively easy to machine.
G10/FR4 is a woven glass and brominated epoxy laminate offering excellent electrical properties in both dry and humid conditions. Learn more >
The G5 is a woven glass fabric combined with a melamine resin laminate. Learn more >
This G10 is constructed of a woven glass fabric combined with easy-machining, non-brominated epoxy resin. Learn more >
The G11 is a high strength, medium weave glass epoxy laminate that retains a minimum of 50% of its flexural strength at 302°F while preserving its properties. Learn more >
The G7 is a utility grade, glass fabric combined with a silicone resin system. Learn more >
The G9 is a woven glass fabric combined with a melamine resin laminate. Learn more >