Laid Scrim is a cost-effective reinforcing fabric made from continuous filament yarn in an open mesh construction. The laid scrim manufacturing process chemically bonds non-woven yarns together, enhancing the scrim with unique characteristics.
JLON makes special scrims to order for specific usages and applications. These chemically bonded scrims permit our customers to reinforce their products in a very economical manner. They are designed to satisfy our customers' requests, and to be highly compatible with their process and product.
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Fibers typically used are:
Features and benefits include:
|Yarn type/Weight of yarn||Warp||Glass 68tex|
|Yarn type/Weight of yarn||Weft||Glass 68tex|
|Wdith-fringe to fringe||mm||2060||0||+20|
|Tube (interior diameter)||mm||152|
|Length of roll||lm||7000|
|Average weight of roll||g/m2||29.0||33.0|
|TECHNICAL CAPABILITIES||SCRIM CHARACTERISTICS|
|Width||38 to 3000 mm|
|Roll length||Up to 10 000 lm|
|Construction||Square, tri- & quad-directional|
|Patterns||From 0.4 yarns/cm to|
|4 yarns/cm (1 yarn/in to 18 yarns/in)|
|Tensile strength range||From 35.5 to 568 N/5 cm in each direction|
|Bonding||PVOH, SBR, PVC, acrylic,etc|
|Complexes for combination materials||A scrim bonded to:|
|glass non-woven, polyester non-woven|
|specialty non-woven, film …|