Vacuum bagging is a technique employed to create mechanical pressure on a laminate. Pressurizing a composite lamination serves several functions.
First, it removes trapped air between layers. Second, it compacts the layers. Third, it reduces humidity. Finally, and most importantly, the vacuum bagging technique optimizes the glass-polycarbonate ratio in the composite part.
These advantages have for years enabled glass lamination industries to maximize the physical properties of bulletproof glass.
|KM 1300||Most soft nylon|
|STRETCHLON 200||Enlargement 500|
|STRETCHLON 700||Enlargement 500|
|ECONOLON||Low cost nylon|
|WL5400||Heavy work ECONOLON version|
|WL7400||High temperature nylon|
|RELEASE BAG 125||Vacuum bag/ liberation|
|BRUSHBAG||Rubber and silicone bag|
|Some of these bags come in tubes, sheets, and folding center|
|Vacuum Bags Ref.||Available size|
|WL7400 SHT||.005″x 84″ x 500′ | .005″x 71″ x 500′ | .005″x 67″ x 500′|
|BF WL 5400 LFT||.003″x 54″ x 750′ | .003″x 48″ x 750′ | .002″x 60″ x 1000′|