Montex Glass Fibre Industries PVT. LTD.


Fibre Glass Fabric is the main product manufactured by Montex Glass Fibre Inds. Pvt. Ltd. for various applications depending on the customer’s processing requirements.

  • Fibre Glass Fabric for Acid Resistant
  • Fibre Glass Fabric for Acoustic Insulation
  • Fibre Glass Fabric for Advanced Composites
  • Fibre Glass Fabric for Alkali Resistant
  • Fibre Glass Fabric for Aluminium Filtration
  • Fibre Glass Fabric for Black Sonic Liner
  • Fibre Glass Fabric for Chemical Resistant
  • Fibre Glass Fabric for Construction Industries
  • Fibre Glass Fabric for Electrical Insulation
  • Fibre Glass Fabric for Electronics - Printed Circuit Board
  • Fibre Glass Fabric for Facing Fabric Laminated with Kraft Paper and or Aluminium Foil
  • Fibre Glass Fabric for Facing Fabric/FSK/Aluglass
  • Fibre Glass Fabric for Flame Retardant
  • Fibre Glass Fabric for Grinding Wheels
  • Fibre Glass Fabric Laminated with Al. Foil for Safety Suits.
  • Fibre Glass Fabric for Mica Tapes
  • Fibre Glass Fabric for Navy Board
  • Fibre Glass Fabric for Plaster Reinforcements
  • Fibre Glass Fabric for Thermal Insulation
  • Fibre Glass Fabric for Water Proofing
  • Fibre Glass Fabric for Water Repellent
  • Fibre Glass Mesh for Building Industries (for External & Internal Plaster Reinforcement)
  • Fibre Glass Mesh for External Insulation Finish System (EIFS)
  • Fibre Glass Self Adhesive Drywall / Jointing Tape

Fiber Glass Fabric is woven in various constructions from Five Basic Weave Patterns
• Plain • 4 H Satin • 2 x 2 Twill
• Leno • 8 H Satin  

Electronics /Electricals
The excellent insulation and durability properties make glass fabric an important constituent in the electrical industry. Woven fabrics are impregnated with varnish. These as well as open weave fabrics are used as substrate for reinforcement and backing for mica which are used in motor windings.

Glass fabric is also used in high pressure laminates because of its dimensional stability, electrical and high heat resistance properties. They are impregnated with epoxy, phenolic, silicone and polyester resins and these composites form the rigid insulation base used in electronic and electrical industries.

The base glass epoxy laminate when clad with copper find use in electronic industry as printed wiring board for professional electronics.


Facing Fabric / Acoustic Insulation / Thermal Insulation
Black coated fibre glass fabric is compounded with fibre glass wool plate as the basic material and insulation boards are made which have good photopathy, noise reduction, fire resistance, heat insulation and convenient to use in places which have special requirements on the light sources and noise levels.

Fiber Glass Fabric Laminated with Aluminium Foil
Fiber Glass Fabric Laminated with Aluminium Foil (Aluglass) protects the system from normal mechanical abuses and stops vapour migration.

Heavy Fabric Laminated with Aluminium Foil for Safety Suits.

Fiber Glass Fabric Laminated with Kraft Paper & or Aluminium Foil
The foil scrim kraft facing Tridirectional / Bidirectional Reinforced Aluminium Foil & Paper Laminate is used as jacket facing for glasswool, rockwool, PU foam and other insulation to protect them against vapor moisture in order to work more effectively.


Advances Composites
Advanced composites for defence and aerospace applications use glass fibre because of their high mechanical properties and retention of properties at high temperature with specially designed thermosetting resins.


Hold / cold pipes and ducts aboard ships, in power plants, air conditioning plant and other industries are wrapped in glass fabric because of its non-combustibility and low co-efficient of thermal expansion.


Water Proofing
Glass fibre scrims are used as reinforcing substrate with bitumen for water proofing.


Fibre glass fabrics are still the most suitable filter media for dust laden hot gases, as it possess the best temperature resistant properties, dimensional stability, lowest elongation and is more easily heat set. Fibre glass fabrics are widely used for filtering molten metals, especially aluminium.


In most end use application, glass fabric is used in conjunction with other materials. Compatibility with matrix systems is obtained by applying a finish to the fabric. We can provide finish for compatibility with Epoxy, Polyester, Silicone, Phenolic and other similar thermosetting resins. These finishes besides imparting compatibility to the resin systems, also improve strength. For certain applications finishes are provide to stabilize the weave.

Fibre Glass Mesh for Construction Industry
Our reinforcement fibre glass fabrics are made nonalkaline, with high quality special glass yarns. The required chemical and physical characteristics as well as dimensional stability are achieved through special alkaline resistant finishes. Providing a proper use and observance of the plaster manufacturer’s working in building construction, this reinforcement fibre glass fabrics offer maximum security against tension cracking in walls. The reinforcement grids are highly unaffected by temperature, have excellent strength and an extreme resistance to alkali. The frequent occurring tensions in ceilings and walls are well compensated by the fabrics to prevent cracks in the plaster. Fiber Glass Mesh is an ideal engineering material in construction and can be easily used to reinforce cement, stone, wall material, roofing, bitumen, gypsum, and so on. Alkali Resistant Fiber Glass Mesh is used for Internal & External Plaster Reinforcement and are tested to ETAG 004 Guideline for technical approval of External Thermal Insulation Composite Systems (EIFS).

Mesh Tape

Fiber Glass Self-Adhesive mesh tape (self adhesive joint dry wall tape) is made from coated fiber glass with acrylic self adhesive latex. Drywall tape is a building material used to cover seams that are common in the process of drywall construction. The tape makes it possible to achieve a perfectly smooth surface, giving the work a finished appearance that could not be achieved otherwise. Drywall materials of this type are available in plain paper as well as fiberglass versions. Dry wall tape manufactured by us when used in conjunction with other drywall supplies, the tape itself will completely blend into the wall, making it impossible for even a trained eye to readily detect where the product was used to cover a gap or seam. Since the paper has a texture that is much like the texture of drywall panels, it is also very hard to locate the tape by touching the finished wall.

Drywall tape can also be used to seal corners where two sections of drywall meet. The process is essentially the same as covering seams or gaps. The one difference is that the section of tape is folded vertically before being pressed into the corner. This makes it possible to create a tight seal over the corner seam that is uniform and effectively hides the point where the panels join. Drywall tape blisters usually happen because there is a lack of joint compound between the tape and the drywall surface. There should be 1/16th of an inch. You'll need hand-eye coordination, joint compound mixed to the right consistency, and the right tools to prevent drywall tape blisters. We keep in mind the fact that reinforced fiberglass tape is stronger than the paper tape. But paper tape is remarkably strong after the application of drywall compound. And paper tape makes for a flatter application. The other thing, though, is that some people find the paper tape hard to handle.