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   Fibers / Flock       Fibers such as glass or cotton are considered reinforcements and are typically used in laminated composites; they can also be used in casting and certain molding applications. Fibers have high aspect ratios and the ability to transfer loads from fiber to fiber 
   Microspheres / Microballoons       Microballoons or microspheres are tiny spheres used to form cohesive fills in objects. They have diameters in the micrometer range, which typically refers to between 1μm to 1000μm (1mm). Microspheres are sometimes referred to as microparticles. They can be easily sanded or painted. 
   Nanotubes / Nanofibers       Nanotube or nanofiber fillers have at least one dimension less than 100 nm. The fillers can be plate-like (clays), high aspect ratio nanotubes, and lower aspect ratio or equiaxed nanoparticles. 
   Powder / Granule       This type of filler or reinforcement is a solid substance in the form of tiny, loose particles 
   Regrind       Regrind materials have been recycled and ground to size. 
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   Ceramic       Ceramics are materials made of nonmetallic minerals, such as clay, that have been permanently hardened by firing at a high temperature. Most ceramics resist heat and chemicals. Fumed silica, fumed alumina, fumed metal oxides (FMO), precipitated calcium carbonate (PCC) are all examples of ceramic fillers. 
   Elastomer       Elastomers, such as synthetic rubber, include many grades such as Neoprene®, neoprene, and silicone; these compounds typically exhibit high abrasion resistance and fluid and chemical resistance. 
   Graphite       Graphite powder is used as a coloring agent and to produce low friction exterior surfaces. Graphite powder is a fine black powder that can be mixed  to make a low friction conductive coating,   
   Metal       Metal fillers are chemical elements that are malleable and ductile. They are usually solid and have a characteristic luster. Metal is a good conductor of heat and electricity. 
   Mineral       Minerals are inorganic substances occurring in nature, which have a definite chemical composition. 
   Organic       Organic materials include all compounds of carbon. Almond shell flour, walnut shell flour, wood flour, bark flour, animal fiber, apricot shell, bamboo flour, chicken feathers, clam shell flour, coconut shell flour, cork flour, corn cob flour, and cotton flock are some examples of organic materials. 
   Plastic       Plastic refers to any various organic compounds produced by polymerization. These materials are capable of being molded, extruded, cast into various shapes and films, or drawn into filaments used as textile fibers. Phenolic materials are represented by this category. 
   Silica / Quartz / Glass       Glass fibers and powders are used as reinforcement to increase mechanical strengths of resins. They are commonly added to fillets for increased strength, or used when laminating to fill tight radius. They may also be used on applications including surfboards, sailboards, and kite boards as reinforcement in combination with glass microspheres around fin boxes and inserts. Silica is commonly found in nature as sand or quartz.     
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Application
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   Abrasive / Anti Slip       Abrasive or anti slip features add to the finished materials ability to prevent slippage. 
   Abrasion Resistance       This application adds to the finished materials ability to resist abrasion. Abrasion resistance provides less surface tension. 
   Conductive       Conductive applications allow electrical current to pass. 
   Filler / Bridging       This application is used to fill voids or bridge gaps in a finished material. 
   Impact Strength       This application improves impact strength of finished part. 
   Reduce Shrinkage / Warpage       This application reduces warpage and or shrinkage in a finished part. 
   Tensile Strength       This application improves tensile strength of finished part. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary application. 
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Specifications
   Diameter       This specification refers to the diameter of the filler or reinforcement. 
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   Length       This specification refers to the length of the filler or reinforcement. 
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   Aspect Ratio       This specification refers to the ratio of the diameter to its length. 
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Features
           
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   Anti-Bacterial       Anti-bacterial features destroy or suppress the growth of bacteria. 
   Anti-Static       Anti-static compounds are used for treatment of materials in order to reduce or eliminate buildup of static electricity. 
   Chemical Resistant       Chemical resistant features are compatible with various chemicals. 
   FDA Approved       Composites or reinforcements with FDA approval have met requirements set by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA). 
   Fire Retardant       Fire retardant features help delay or prevent combustion. 
   Non-Toxic       The composite or reinforcement is not poisonous. 
   Odorless       The composite or reinforcement has no smell or aroma. 
   Thermal Insulation       Thermal insulation refers to materials used to reduce the rate of heat transfer. 
   Waterproof       The composite or reinforcement is resistant to water penetration. 
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