1. The improvement in corrosion resistance is significant: The surface of the glass fiber cloth aluminum foil undergoes a special anti-corrosion coating treatment, resulting in a significant improvement in its resistance to corrosion. Additionally, the use of the polyethylene hot air pasting method eliminates the need for composite adhesive, thereby removing the risk of corrosion and mold on the aluminum foil surface caused by residual moisture from the adhesive or solvent during the bonding process.
2. Direct hot pressing composite reduces the need for composite adhesive and lowers veneering costs.
3. The water vapor permeability is reduced, enhancing the water vapor barrier effect: The polyethylene layer in the middle of the glass fiber cloth aluminum foil is thicker compared to regular veneers, resulting in reduced water vapor permeability. As a result, the water vapor barrier effect is improved, ensuring reliable protection for thermal insulation materials like glass wool.
4. Better tensile strength and neater veneer: The mechanical strength of the glass fiber cloth aluminum foil is superior to that of reinforced aluminum foil, making it more suitable for online bonding. This results in a neater veneer appearance.