Fiberglass described as the most familiar type of insulation. It is spun from molten glass, and is pure white in its virgin state.

Additives and binders often color the fiberglass, with pink and yellow being the most common. Fiberglass comes in rolls, batts and as loose insulation which is blown into place.

See also:
"Fiberglass" is in the UNSPSC Code "11151606"
Fiberglass thread

Ref: 123320/2006-10-01

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