fiberglass for resin forms VS fiberglass for thermal insulation? Answered
I see woven or braided fiberglass (in tube, rope, sheet, band) for use as
1) a seal where the seal is going to be exposed to high temperature (eg: stove door gasket);
2) for use as a thermal guard (eg: tubing around electrical wire);
3) and then used for it's' strength in resin impregnated sheet (egs: roof sheeting; mould making; boat building).
My question is whether there's any difference between the fiberglass fabrics available for thermal and resinous uses? Are they interchangable? Fiberglass is fiberglass no?