Synthetic nonwoven media is an ideal substrate for climate control due to its superior resistance to moisture and ability to absorb shock. Glass wet-laid nonwoven media is composed of a web of fibers that are intertwined in various directions, making it extremely durable and providing excellent insulation properties. This type of media is also able to withstand extreme temperatures without degrading or losing its shape, a trait that is invaluable for climate control.
Additionally, glass nonwoven media has the unique ability to be tailored and customized to suit specific needs, allowing it to be corrugated in various ways to accommodate different climate control techniques.
GESSNER’s Craneglas™ media is the perfect substrate for climate control. It is durable and easily adaptable, allowing it to be corrugated in various ways to accommodate different climate control techniques. Our material has a high resin pick-up and absorbency, meaning it can handle more stress than other substrates without compromising the integrity of the material.
Our material is designed to be sustainable, with an emphasis on reducing energy consumption. Our material is designed to be recycled and reused multiple times, helping to reduce costs and conserve energy. Additionally, our Craneglas™ media is designed to be low-maintenance, providing optimal performance and long-lasting use.
GESSNER’s Craneglas™ media provides superior quality and performance when it comes to climate control. Our material is designed to maintain wet strength during fabrication, meaning it is able to withstand more stress and strain without compromising its integrity. This ensures that your climate control substrate will last longer and perform better for a longer period of time.