It is important to use a good fiberglass roller when working with fiberglass and resin. The varying rollers are used to evenly saturate the fabric, help get rid of air pockets and also get rid of any excess resin in the fabric.  If you have too much resin, spots without resin or bubbles in your finished product, you run the risk of it being weak and breaking. Using a good roller will help in creating a strong finished product.

There are several different roller options. Here are a few kinds we offer-

Deluxe aluminum rollers have grooves (fins) and have a wood handle.  The roller has grooves to help distribute resin and get rid of air trapped within the fabric weave. The wood handles make for a sturdy roller.  Aluminum rollers are recommended when increased pressure is needed particularly on large applications.

Fiberglass-CORNER ROLLERS

 

 

 

 

 

 

Corner (also known as filet) rollers are designed for concave surfaces and filets where flat rollers are not effective. They eliminate bubbles in critical inside corners. Corner rollers are machined with the deepest fins possible for an efficient air relief and excellent lay up properties.  They save time when rolling out non-flat surfaces.

Barrel rollers are also designed for curved and concave surfaces where flat rollers are not effective. They are wider in the middle and smaller on the ends. Radius/barrel rollers are perfect for small areas. They have deep fins.

Squeegees are also great at distributing resin. They come in a variety of sizes.

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