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February 2003
Release sheets

CS Hyde Company (Lake Villa, Ill., U.S.A.) offers new SlipGrip fabric, a fiberglass substrate coated with Teflon (PTFE) on one side and silicone rubber on the other. The silicone "grip" side is non-skid and reportedly keeps the fabric in place when applied to most surfaces. The non-stick Teflon surface allows the

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Posted on: 2/1/2003
Source: Composites Technology

CS Hyde Company (Lake Villa, Ill., U.S.A.) offers new SlipGrip fabric, a fiberglass substrate coated with Teflon (PTFE) on one side and silicone rubber on the other. The silicone "grip" side is non-skid and reportedly keeps the fabric in place when applied to most surfaces. The non-stick Teflon surface allows the fabric to slip rather than grip, and both sides reportedly possess superior release and inert properties. Resistant to temperature, chemicals and moisture, the fabric is designed for tear-resistance and dimensional stability.

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