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Silicone Rubber Coated Cloth
By Jim McFarland

Jan Kijlstra writes:

> And yes, there is silicone rubber cloth, too.

Any more information on this product, and can you recommend a source?

Jim McFarland

 [ http://www.hitco.com/pdf/cloth.pdf
 [   Hitco UC100-28 "Super Light" is .015-inch thickness,
 [   weight 10 ounces per square yard, and is available with
 [   silicone rubber coating.
 [
 [ http://www.industrialinsulation.com/images/silicone_coated_cloth.pdf
 [   ZETEX 500 S/S, satin weave, is a fiberglass fabric coated with silver
 [   silicone rubber.  Weight: 15.0 Oz./Square Yard; Thickness: .015"
 [
 [ -- Robbie


(Message sent Fri 4 May 2007, 09:31:38 GMT, from time zone GMT-0400.)

Key Words in Subject:  Cloth, Coated, Rubber, Silicone

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