KS - BIX
A biaxial fabric is made up of two layers of parallel fibres laid in two orientations. The most commonly used orientation styles in biaxial fabrics are :
1. 0˚ / 90˚ Biaxial – has one layer of fibre oriented at 0˚ and another layer of fibre oriented at 90˚. 0˚ is always the direction of the length of the roll and stitching direction.
2. +45˚ / - 45˚ Biaxial – has one layer of fibre oriented at +45˚ and another layer of fibre oriented at - 45˚.
We are capable of producing other type of biaxial such as +45˚ with 90˚ or 0˚ with +45˚ on request. Theoretically speaking, an orientation has to be chosen from either 0˚ or between ±20˚ and ±70˚. Biaxial can be made with any types of fibres with a total varying weight between 200 to 2000 g/m². These fabrics can also be stitched with a layer of CSM. The maximum width at which this fabric can be manufactured is 3860 mm and can be altered as per the requirement.