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Basalt fiber in Europe and USA













As we have already mentioned, the largest producers of basalt fiber are located in Russia, Ukraine and China. There are some small producers all around the world but they produce small quantity of poor quality fiber for needs of local industries.

But inspite of the fact that there are no producers of basalt fiber in Europe and USA, this product is easily available there. Chinese and Ukranian producers participate in some project in these areas, and Kamenny Vek (Russia) works there via its distributors who keep permanent stock of different basalt fiber products at their warehouses located in Belgium, Germany and USA. It is obviously that working via distributors gives some advantages to customers:

  • Instant delivery instead of 2 to 3 months lead time;
  • Possibility to place orders not only for containers but also for small batches;
  • Low transportations cost for small batches;
  • Easy possibility to get samples;
  • No problem with custom clearance;
  • No need to arrange delivery from producers;
  • Easy document circulation;
  • Easy payments;
  • Communications with fellow-citizens;
  • Much more effective customer and technical support.

Here is extracts from articles about these distributors:













USA

B&W Fiber Glass

The story

B&W Fiber Glass is headquartered in Shelby, North Carolina USA. Founded in 1991, the company has continually responded to the ever-changing demands of the composites industry. The company specializes in customer specific solutions to a myriad of technical and highly specified end use applications.
It is our aim to be a cohesive and complete solution in today’s world of complex supply chains.  B&W’s technical staff has vast industry knowledge with more than 500 years of combined experience. There is no solution or opportunity too big for our team.
The success of B&W hinges on our ability to remain on the cutting edge while providing the best service and value in the industry.
B&W’s greatest strengths are it’s loyal, expanding customer base and it’s dedicated team members whose drive for excellence is never fulfilled.

The line

We are a technical and complete source for the production and support of a myriad of different reinforcement products.
Our product offering includes E-Glass yarn(4 – 11µm) that is available as a single yarn, plied yarn, textured yarn  or on a section beam.
We also carry a full range of E-Glass FRP products in a variety of sizing combinations ranging from chopped strands to rovings; assembled, direct and textured.
New to B&W’s offering in 2012 are additional advanced materials including Basalt fiber. Please inquire with your sales representative to learn more.
The success of B&W has hinged on our ability to provide unique solutions to even the most mundane applications.
We welcome you to allow us to provide a custom solution for you.

Contacts

sales@bwfiberglass.com

www.bwfiberglass.com


Europe

BASALTEX and basalt fibres

BASALTEX , Kamenny Vek's European distributor from Belgium, has spent significant energy to gain fully documented insight in the BCF fiber properties through direct contact with the BCF producing centers and through physical and chemical analysis work, which is performed mainly at the University of Ghent, Belgium, at the MTM department of the University of Leuven, and the INISMA Institute in Mons, all in Belgium.

Woven BCF fabrics, straight from the loom, are unstable, easily damaged when handled, cannot be stitched for a seam of any significant strength, show broken fibers when sharply folded and are irritating to the skin when manipulated . Basaltex developed a proprietary basic fabric stabilization coating process which resolves the mentioned issues, has the M1 class, doesn’t generate toxic smoke when heated to high temperatures and is not degrading in any way the fire resistant properties of the starting BCF fabric.

Basaltex adds value

Basaltex’ s R&D directions are further characterization of BCF fibers in composites, maximalising Young’s Modulus with appropriately sourced BCF, work in the filaments sizings area.

Basaltex intensively listens to the customer’s needs and aims at fulfilling these as fast and effectively as possible. Good understanding of BCF fibers has been and continues to be gained. These fibers, alone or combined with others, go through the first transformation step, producing: e.g. wovens and nonwovens, braids, knits and chopped fibers. Coatings can be applied for out-door use, for oils and greases resistance, for impermeability to water and permeability to air, for anti-slip and anti-soiling, for continuous skin contact, for high abrasion resistance, for heat insulation through intumescence, for colored or fluorescent appearances,etc. The coating compounds are formulated to have characteristics such as the M0 or M1 ignitability class and low smoke generation. Silicone coatings in particular on BCF fabrics give products with very high abrasion resistance, M0&F0 fire classifications and yet flexibility.













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