Products/Services for Boron Fiber

  • Fibers and Filaments-Image
    Fibers and Filaments - (193 companies)
    Materials Fibers and filaments consist of bulk, chopped fibers or strands and continuous monofilaments of materials and are used in reinforcing composites as well as other specialized electrical and thermal applications. Materials...
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    Carbon Fiber and Carbon Fiber Cloth - (117 companies)
    Carbon fiber and carbon fiber cloth consist of bulk, chopped fibers, continuous strands or woven cloth forms of carbon or graphite. Carbon and graphite are used in reinforcing composites as well as other specialized electrical and thermal...
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    Specialty Optical Fiber - (74 companies)
    ...such as boron or germanium to change the index. There are advantages and disadvantages to both plastic and glass. Plastic core fibers are more flexible and inexpensive; however they transmit light less efficiently leading to high losses. Plastic is best...
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    Fabric and Fiber Insulation - (78 companies)
    Fabric and fiber insulation materials comprise textiles which limit thermal transfer. They are frequently used to insulate structures, and are critical components of building sustainability. Fabric and fiber insulations are textile materials which...
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    Aramid Fibers and Fabrics - (101 companies)
    Aramid fiber and fabrics consists of bulk, chopped fibers, continuous strands or woven cloth forms of aromatic polyamide thermoplastic for reinforcing polymer matrix composites and other applications. Short for aromatic polyamide fibers, aramid...
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    Composites and Composite Materials - (264 companies)
    ...and metal matrix composites (MMC). Most industrial composites use a resin system, a catalyst or curing agent, and fiber reinforcements that strengthen finished parts. Advanced composites use high-performance resin systems and high-strength, high-stiffness...
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    Nonwovens - (238 companies)
    ...also include boron, carbon, E-glass, S-glass, rock wool, slag wool, glass, and fiberglass. Nonwovens with metal fibers have a shiny surface, high density, ductility, high melting point, high hardness, and high thermal and electrical conductivity...
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    Armor and Ballistic Shielding - (106 companies)
    Armor materials and ballistic shielding are made of ceramics, high-strength fiber textiles, specialty alloys, and composite materials that are resistant to explosions, blast debris, shrapnel and high-velocity projectiles. Armor and ballistic...
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    Specialty Fibers, Fabrics, and Textiles - (501 companies)
    ...or zirconia fibers and are designed for high-temperature applications. Boron, quartz, silica, and silicon carbide (SiC) products are also available. Metallic fibers have a shiny surface, high melting point, high hardness, and high thermal and electrical...
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    Industrial Ceramic Materials - (416 companies)
    ...applications, radio frequency and microwave applications, and foundry and metal processing. Industrial ceramic materials are used to fabricate optical components such as lenses, windows, prisms, and optical fibers. They are also used in the manufacture...
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...of graphite, boron, quartz, or organic materials. Molding compounds, on the other hand, contain discrete fibers such as chopped glass or asbestos, or particulate fillers such as graphite powders, MOS2, or PTFE. Polyimide films and wire enamels are generally unfilled. Coatings may be pigmented or filled...

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