Wet finis­hing

We offer wet finis­hed fabric in dif­fe­rent struc­tures, gram­mages, widths and colours.

SF
  • Up to 150°C app­li­ca­ti­on tem­pe­ra­tu­re
  • Sup­port fabric pre­do­mi­nant­ly made from glass fib­re fila­ment yarns or threads, as well as tex­tu­red yarns | V4A-rein­forced fabric also pos­si­ble
  • Coa­ting up to 2.10 m width pos­si­ble
  • Stan­dard colours: white and black

HT A
  • Up to 650°C app­li­ca­ti­on tem­pe­ra­tu­re
  • Sup­port fabric made from glass fib­re fila­ment yarns or threads, as well as tex­tu­red yarns | V4A-rein-forced fabric also pos­si­ble
  • Depen­ding on coa­ting method up to 1.60 m width pos­si­ble
  • Colours: grey, white, green | Fur­ther colours on request

HTM 600
  • Up to 600°C app­li­ca­ti­on tem­pe­ra­tu­re
  • Sup­port fabric made from glass fib­re fila­ment yarns or threads, as well as tex­tu­red yarns | V4A-rein-forced fabric also pos­si­ble
  • Imp­reg­na­ti­on up to 2.10 m width pos­si­ble
  • Colour: beige/brown

HT 70
  • Up to 700°C app­li­ca­ti­on tem­pe­ra­tu­re
  • Sup­port fabric made from glass fib­re fila­ment yarns or threads, as well as tex­tu­red yarns | V4A-rein-forced fabric also pos­si­ble
  • Colours: white, grey, green
  • Depen­ding on coa­ting method up to 2.10 m width pos­si­ble

HT 90
  • Up to 700°C app­li­ca­ti­on tem­pe­ra­tu­re
  • Sup­port fabric made from glass fib­re fila­ment yarns
  • Opti­mal for weld pro­tec­tion
  • Depen­ding on coa­ting method up to 2.10 m width pos­si­ble
  • Colours: grey, white, green

Hydro­pho­bic | Oleo­pho­bic
  • Water­re­pel­lent imp­reg­na­ti­on on both sides of pre­coated fabric
  • Pos­si­ble on coated and uncoated sub­stra­tes
  • Colour: trans­pa­rent. Colour of the finis­hed pro­duct depends on colour of the pre­vious coa­ting
  • Various fla­me pro­tec­tion stan­dards attainab­le
  • Imp­reg­na­ti­on up to 2.10 m width pos­si­ble

SESTONIT ® by Kle­vers
  • Ses­to­nit® 1100 | Fabric made from spe­ci­al­ly finis­hed sili­ca­te glass
  • Dis­tin­guis­hed by increa­sed strength in the ran­ge from 800 ºC to 900 ºC
  • Per­ma­nent ther­mal sta­bi­li­ty up to 1200ºC
  • Imp­reg­na­ti­on up to 2.10 m width pos­si­ble