glass textile

glass textile

[¦glas ′tek·stīl]
(textiles)
Fabric woven from glass fibers; used for electrical insulation, as filter cloth, and in plastic laminates.
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The JM Collection from Johns Manville is a new selection of glass textile wallcoverings that complement the company's original line of wallcoverings.
Glass textile wallcoverings offer attractive characteristics that can meet and exceed these desires.
Johns Manville Filtration is a division of the Johns Manville Engineered Products Group (EPG), one of Johns Manville's two strategic business units, produces glass fibers, biosoluble glass microfiber, glass fiber nonwovens, polyester spunbonds, meltblowns and glass textile wall coverings at 15 manufacturing locations worldwide: Spartanburg, S.
Textra[TM], a glass textile wall covering by Johns Manville, is an affordable, durable, easy-to-install wallcovering for interior walls.
The Johns Manville Engineered Products Group (EPG), one of Johns Manville's two strategic business units, produces glass fibers, biosoluable glass microfiber, glass fiber nonwovens, polyester spunbonds, meltblowns and glass textile wallcoverings at 15 manufacturing locations worldwide: Spartanburg, S.
The Johns Manville Engineered Products Group (EPG) is one of Johns Manville's two strategic business units producing glass fibers, glass fiber nonwovens, biosoluble glass microfiber, polyester spunbonds, meltblowns and glass textile wallcoverings at EPG manufacturing locations worldwide: Spartanburg, S.
Alphashield is a new concept in seamless glass textiles liners for pipe rehabilitation.
To focus on its building materials and engineered products in a business-to-business environment, JM sold its glass textiles business in Sweden last year to a German-based Preiss-Daimler group company.
19 December 2014 - US-based building supplies company Johns Manville and Germany-based glass fibers, refractories and environmental services group Preiss-Daimler said on Friday that a Preiss-Daimler group company will acquire Johns Manville's Glass Textiles business in Sweden.
However, Lennart Brandel, Swedish-based general manager of Johns Manville Glass Textiles, said: "The reason we chose to close this plant is because its product has the most competition from the Asian market.
MacKenzie-Childs is a husband-wife team of artists who hand-make pottery, glass textiles and other high-end gifts.
A German-based Preiss-Daimler group company will acquire Johns Manville's QM) Glass Textiles business in Sweden.