The glass fiber sleeve molding process is to impregnate glass fiber filaments with resin and then solidify in a high-speed polymerization device integrated with photoelectric and heat, and then pultrude the glass fiber filaments. Due to the different types of resins used, it is called polyester fiberglass, epoxy fiberglass, and phenolic fiberglass. It has the characteristics of light and hard, non-conductive, high mechanical strength, anti-aging, high temperature resistance, corrosion resistance, etc.
Because these characteristics of glass fiber casing determine its wide range of uses:
1. Because of its light weight, elasticity and good bending strength, glass fiber rods are widely used in: kites, flying saucers and bows. Toy model airplanes, and various toys, etc.
2. Due to the characteristics of corrosion resistance, heat resistance, low transmission, and high mechanical strength, glass fiber rods are widely used in the transmission shaft of circuit board printing equipment. Etching machines, medical machinery, water sports equipment, etc.
3. Tents, mosquito nets, greenhouse supports, ball bags, luggage, curtains, umbrellas. Sign poles, skeleton sails, fitness equipment, horse whips, arrow shafts, clubs, golf practice nets, flag poles, advertising display stands.