Woven fabric is any textile formed by weaving, i.e., by interlacing two or more threads at right angles to one another.
The diversity of the available yarns and weaving styles results in a wide product range of the woven fabrics. Additionally, glass yarn can be combined with other materials, e.g., steel, to weave so called hybrid fabrics. The woven fabrics are often impregnated, coated, or laminated to achieve even higher performance than the fabrics made of glass fibres only.
The main benefits of the woven glass fibre products are good mechanical strength together with outstanding temperature resistance.
The main applications of the glass fibre wovens are fire protection, transportation, and heavy industry, where the main benefits of the glass fibre wovens are required.