Glass melamine is made from woven glass fabric coated with melamine resin. Melamine is a compound used in the production of plastic products. It’s known for its resistance to alkali solutions, heat, flame, and arc. Glass melamine laminate qualifies for MIL-I-24768/1 and NEMA G9. It has many uses, such as electrical equipment, slot wedges, and switchgears.
Glass melamine is available in several stock shapes and sizes. As the primary supplier of thermoset composite materials in North America, Atlas Fibre is proud to offer a selection of forms:
G-9’s mechanical properties make it a good choice for humid or wet conditions. It’s often used in electronic or electrical applications. Some common uses for glass melamine include:
If you need a thermoset composite material that resists heat, flame and arc, G-9 glass melamine might be the right option. If you are still unsure, our team can help you decide. We act as a resource center and work with our customers to help them select the most appropriate materials based on their project needs. Contact us today for a quote and to learn more about the uses and benefits of G-9 glass melamine.Contact Us