Fiber Glass Industries Inc.

Manufacturer of closed-molding fabrics and reinforcement fabrics.

69 Edson St.
Amsterdam, NY 12010 US

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Dual-laminates: Scaling up to scrubbers
A double-protection strategy for this massive fiberglass vessel tests pushes the limits of this shop’s fabricating and logistical planning skills.

Onboard protection: Tough battery enclosure
Unique composite laminate provides crash protection for electric vehicle’s battery, occupants and first responders.

Technical Sales Rep — Midwest USA
Fiber Glass Industries Inc. is seeking candidates for its Midwestern Sales Representative position.

Owens Corning sells Twintex intellectual property to FGI
Fiber Glass Industries, which currently licenses the Twintex intellectual property rights from Owens Corning, will acquire it, application knowledge and the rights to the Twintex trademark. Owens Corning also reports that its ShieldStrand S fabric is approved for military use under MIL-DTL-64154B.

Biz Briefs
Cray Valley, Cook merger creates CCP Composites; Fiber Glass Industries expands production.

Fiber Glass Industries increases glass capacity
Fiber Glass Industries has expanded production of its GLASS POLYPRO products by 150 percent.

Key automotive composite component receives patent
The United States Council for Automotive Research has been awarded a U.S. patent for an automotive load-bearing composite floor pan developed by the U.S. Automotive Materials Partnership LLC Automotive Composites Consortium

Fiber Glass Industries licenses OC’s Twintex
Fiber Glass Industries will use Owens Corning's Twintex technology to produce GLASS POLYPRO roving and fabrics that combine glass fibers and polypropylene filaments.

News briefs - July 22, 2008
CCP announces price increase; Cray Valley receives ISO 9001:2000 registration; DIAB names Martin Heiskell group VP; Keehwa Hitech, Gerber open laser cutting center in South Korea; Nilfisk names Joe Wintsch director of sales; Reichhold names Brøste UK distributor in U.K.; Fiber Glass Industries names Kathryn Brannon president.

High Performance Fibers 2007 highlights
Conference participants told that money will flow into the market.

Fabric Forms Get Sophisticated
Closed molding applications and demand for greater design flexibility are driving fabric suppliers to create a variety of products that mix and match fibers, fiber forms, core and resin.

In Situ Manufacturing: Pipe Relining in Demanding, Corrosive Environments
Onsite technology offers continuous manufacture and insertion of new high-performance pipe, without excavation and replacement.

Sizing applicator

Sizing Up Fiber Sizings
What glass fiber users need to know about sizings, and how new sizing developments are enhancing the performance of glass-reinforced composites.

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Fiberglass multiaxials reinforce their market share
Technological and market forces feed growing use of multiaxial nonwoven fiberglass fabrics and spur diversified product offerings.

Composite power poles

Composites on the Line
Electric utilities are ripe for conversion from wood power poles and cross-arms and steel-cored conductive cables to composite constructions, but most must still be persuaded.

Product Categories of Fiber Glass Industries Inc.

Materials
  • Reinforcements, unimpregnated
    • Aramid
      • Aramid, Roving, single-end direct
      • Aramid, Other
    • Aramid/glass hybrid
      • Aramid/glass hybrid, Combination woven roving & chopped strand mat
    • C-glass
      • C-glass, Roving, single-end direct
      • C-glass, Other
    • Carbon
      • Carbon, Roving, single-end direct
      • Carbon, Other
    • Carbon/aramid hybrid
      • Carbon/aramid hybrid, Roving, single-end direct
      • Carbon/aramid hybrid, Other
    • Carbon/glass hybrid
      • Carbon/glass hybrid, Roving, single-end direct
      • Carbon/glass hybrid, Other
    • Ceramic
      • Ceramic, Roving, single-end direct
      • Ceramic, Other
    • E-Glass
      • E-Glass, Roving, single-end direct
      • E-Glass, Other
    • Structural high-strength glass (S- and R-type)
      • Structural high-strength glass (S- and R-type), Roving, single-end direct
      • Structural high-strength glass (S- and R-type), Other
    • Other unimpregnated reinforcement forms
      • Other, Roving, single-end direct
      • Other, Other
  • Fabrics, unimpregnated
    • Aramid/glass hybrid
      • Aramid/glass hybrid, Multiaxial
      • Aramid/glass hybrid, Plain-weave
      • Aramid/glass hybrid, Stitched (knitted, nonwoven)
      • Aramid/glass hybrid, Twill
      • Aramid/glass hybrid, Woven roving
    • E-Glass
      • E-Glass, Basket-weave
      • E-Glass, Multiaxial
      • E-Glass, Plain-weave
      • E-Glass, Stitched (knitted, nonwoven)
      • E-Glass, Twill
      • E-Glass, Woven roving
    • Metallized
      • Metallized, Twill
      • Metallized, Woven roving
    • Other unimpregnated fabrics
      • Other, Twill
      • Other, Woven roving