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Carbon Fiber and Carbon Fiber Cloth - HYTEX® High Performance Textiles -- HYTEX® 5000 Carbon TextilesSupplier: Mid-Mountain Materials, Inc.
Description: HYTEX® 5000 Carbon Industrial Textiles are a family of textile products of heat-stabilized polyacrylonitrile (PAN) fibers recommended for short-term exposure to very high temperature. In addition to excellent resistance against organic solvents, HYTEX® 5000 Carbon Industrial Textiles have
Supplier: R. S. Hughes Company, Inc.
Description: ESD Seamless Knit Nylon and Carbon Fiber Yarns, Uncoated, X-Large. * Electrostatic Dissipative (ESD) Fiber Yarns Blended with Low Lint Nylon which Reduces Static Build-Up on the Glove Surface for Improved Performance in Electronics Assembly. * Seamless Knit Gloves Provide Great Dexterity
- Clothing Type: Gloves
Supplier: OFS Specialty Photonics Division
Description: allows for easy mechanical stripping. For adverse environments, where tight bend radii or high temperatures are encountered, OFS offers carbon or PYROCOAT coatings These coatings may also be layered on a single fiber where conditions warrant the properties of both. All launch fibers can be metalized
- Fiber Type: Bare Fiber
- Fiber Mode: Multimode
Supplier: Safety Glasses USA
Description: . TPR nose pad for greater comfort and impact protection. Lenses are coated for anti-fog and anti-scratch resistance. Adjustable, washable retention headstrap holds eyeguards in place. Micro fiber lens cleaning/protective storage pouch included. Lens Color: Mirror - Mirror coating over Gray lens
Supplier: Plasco Inc.
Description: PLASCO INC. 2829 SO. RODEO GULCH RD. #4 PLASCO DATA SHEET SOQUEL, CA., 95073 TYPICAL PROPERTIES 831-464-1111 831-464-1100 (FAX) MATERIAL: PCC 600 GENERIC: PC/30%CF ASTM TEST METHODS VALUE SPECIFIC GRAVITY: D-792 g/cm3 1.33 WATER ABSORPTION: D-570 24hrs % 0.08 MOLD SHRINK FLOW: D-955
- Filler Material: Carbon / Graphite
Supplier: Plasco Inc.
Description: PLASCO INC. 2829 SO. RODEO GULCH RD. #4 PLASCO DATA SHEET SOQUEL, CA., 95073 TYPICAL PROPERTIES 831-464-1111 831-464-1100 (FAX) MATERIAL: POC 800 EG GENERIC: NY6/40%CF EG ASTM TEST METHODS VALUE SPECIFIC GRAVITY: D-792 g/cm3 1.34 WATER ABSORPTION: D-570 24hrs % 0.02 MOLD SHRINK FLOW
- Product Type: Specialty Polymers and Resins
- Features: Anti-Static / Electrostatic, Electrically Conductive (ESD / EMI Shielding)
- Industry: Automotive, Medical
- Compound Type: Electrically Conductive
Supplier: Lanmar, Inc.
Description: Carbon inclusions in the PTFE coating give this grade of fabric anti-static properties along with high heat tolerance and release capabilities.
- Material Type: Glass / Fiberglass
- Coated / Sized: Yes
Supplier: Grainger Industrial Supply
Description: Antistatic Gloves, Material Nylon/Carbon Fiber Yarns, M, 8-1/16 In., Gray, Elastic Rubber Band Cuff, Standards EN 1149 Protective Clothing: Electrostatic Properties, Package Quantity 12
- Clothing Type: Gloves
- Application: Dust/Fiber
- Material: Nylon
- Industry: Other
Supplier: Quadrant Engineering Plastic Products
Description: Ketron® PEEK CA30 (30% Carbon Fiber-Reinforced) The addition of carbon fibers enhances the compressive strength and stiffness of PEEK, and dramatically lowers its expansion rate. It offers designers optimum wear resistance and load carrying capability in a PEEK-based product. This grade
- Materials: Polyketones (PEEK, PEK, PEKK)
- Design Units: English
- Shape: Round
- Application: General Purpose
Description: TAC-BLACK™ is provided with a carbon loading giving semi-conductive and anti-static properties to the material. TAC-BLACK™ TFE-GLASS™ eliminates or reduces static problems in belt and slip sheet applications.
- Type: Woven Product, Sleeving / Wrap
- Material Type: E-glass
- Coated / Sized: Yes
- Applications: Chemical Process, Static / ESD Control
Supplier: Ensinger, Inc.
Description: has minimal sloughing as compared to other carbon based fillers. This material also retains much of the physical properties of polycarbonate without the loss of impact and tensile properties that can occur with standard carbon based or fiber fillers.
Supplier: Total Plastics, Inc.
Description: Tecapeek™ (polyetheretherketone) is a unique, semi-crystalline, high temperature engineering thermoplastic. It is an excellent material for a wide spectrum of applications where thermal, chemical, and combustion properties are critical to performance. The addition of glass fiber or carbon
Supplier: Solvay Advanced Polymers
Description: AvaSpire AV-651 CF30 is a 30% carbon fiber reinforced version of AvaSpire AV-651. This formulation offers some advantages relative to 30% carbon fiber reinforced PEEK which include better dimensional stability and warp resistance during injection molding. The AV-651 CF30 grade offers the highest
- Material Type / Grade: Thermoplastic
- Chemical / Polymer System Type: PEEK, Specialty / Other
- Filler Material: Fiber Glass
- Pellets: Yes
Standards and Technical Documents - 2002 Proceedings of the ASME Textile Engineering Division -- I00615Supplier: ASME Standards and Certification
Description: include: Mechanical Properties of Square Braided Fabric; Production and Characterization of Yarns and Fabrics Utilizing Turkey Feather Fibers; Diffusion and Performances of CAD/CAM in U.S. Textile and Apparel Industry; Mechanical Properties of Carbon Nanotubes. Search, view abstracts and purchase
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ELAT Gas Diffusion Layer
Newly re-released at a fraction of the previous cost. NuVant's ELAT ™ is a carbon cloth gas diffusion layer (GDL) with a carbon microporous layer. ELAT has been engineered to have state-of-the-art performance over a wide range of operating conditions. Thickness is 454 um. Gas Diffusion Layers (GDL) are key components of the membrane electrode assembly of the polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell (PEMFC). The PEMFC can provide traction, residential and portable power.  ... (read more)
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VICTREX® PEEK Carbon Fiber Composite Brackets
Carbon fiber composite brackets made from VICTREX ® PEEK reduce fuel costs on next generation aircraft. WEST CONSHOHOCKEN, PA USA – With the aerospace industry focusing on reducing aircraft weight and lean manufacturing, engineers are searching for reliable solutions such as thermoplastic composites that can perform with at least the same assurance as traditional metals and thermosets. In response to these requirements, Tri-Mack Plastics Manufacturing Corporation, a molder... (read more)
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to glass. It may employ glass fibers, stainless steel, carbon, aramid or other reinforcing fibers to deliver the property balance required for a wide range of demanding uses. Stainless steel fibers can be used to make components conductive for static dissipation or EMI/RFI shielding, and carbon fiber or aramid fiber reinforcements can provide materials of even lower density than those reinforced with glass fibers. Hybrid fiber compositions are also available. Many different polymer feedstocks, from... (read more)
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Dow Automotive Systems
Lightweighting Solutions: VORAFORCE™ 5200
Meeting OEM emissions and fuel efficiency requirements is a difficult challenge when working with materials such as steel or aluminum sheet metal. Significant weight reduction is possible with low density carbon fiber composite components that can function alongside traditional metal components in an efficient hybrid construction. Dow Automotive Systems introduces a state-of-the-art epoxy formulation, designed mainly for carbon fiber composite production using variations of the resin... (read more)
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Material Development & Custom Formulations
Carbon fiber materials development - QCI continues to be the industry leader and pioneer in carbon fiber compression molding compounds. Glass fiber materials. Hybrid glass and carbon materials. Different glass fiber lengths - typically 1" but available from ¼" thru 2". Hybrid resin systems. Colors for molded in part appearance. Low density materials. Conductive additives and enhancements. Flame retardant additives. FST - flame smoke and toxicity properties to meet aerospace cabin. interior... (read more)
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Quantum Composites R&D Capabilities
Carbon fiber materials development. Glass fiber materials. Hybrid glass and carbon materials. Different glass fiber lengths. Hybrid resin systems. Colors for molded in part appearance. Low density materials. Conductive additives and enhancements. Flame retardant additives. FST - flame smoke and toxicity properties to meet aerospace cabin interior and other transportation requirements. Unidirectional and woven continuous fibers QCI resin systems. Co molding QCI random chopped materials with prepregs... (read more)
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Allied Metrics Seals & Fasteners, Inc.
Teflon® PTFE O-Rings
paragraph below). It has excellent thermal and electrical insulation properties and a low coefficient of friction. PTFE is very dense and cannot be melt processed -- it must be compressed and sintered to form useful shapes. Filled Grades. PTFE's mechanical properties can be enhanced by adding fillers such as glass fibers, carbon, graphite, molybdenum disulphide, and bronze. Generally, filled PTFE's maintain their excellent chemical and high temperature characteristics, while fillers improve... (read more)
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Laser Welding Carbon Nanocomposites
Carbon nanocomposites consist of thermoset or thermoplastic materials filled with carbon nano-particles (nanotubes, bucky balls, etc.). This new and innovative group of materials offers many advantages over standard polymers such as electrical/thermal conductivity and improved structural properties
Featured Application: Laser Cutting Carbon Fiber Composite
: Ceramic Matrix Composites, Metal Matrix Composites, and the most common type - Polymer Matrix Composites or PMCs. Polymer composites are created by adding reinforcing fibers such as aramid, carbon, graphite, or glass to a thermosetting resin like epoxy or polyurethane. Although the material properties
Laser Machining Fiber-Reinforced Plastics
Fibre-reinforced plastic (FRP) is a composite structural material containing high-strength fibrous embedded reinforcements which develop mechanical properties greatly superior to the base polymer (called 'matrix' in this context). The fibers are usually fiberglass, carbon, or aramid (a family
Featured Application: Laser Cutting Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic Composites
lasers and marking heads. Newsletter 245: Laser Cutting Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic Composites, Marking SMT Chip Resistors, Basic Laser System Configurations. Synrad, Inc. - www.synrad.com. Thursday, September 2, 2010. Issue 245. Applications at a Glance. Cutting Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic
Micromachining of Carbon Nanocomposites with Nd:YAG and Nd:YVO4 Frequency Converted Solid State Lasers
properties. In the current study, Nd:YAG and Nd:YVO4 solidstate lasers were used to micromachine carbon nanocomposite thermoplastic materials. Experimentation was completed to compare the ability to laser micromachine carbon nanomaterial, carbon black, and unfilled polyurethane. The experimentation studied
Processing Methodologies for a Novel Braided Preform made with Carbon/PPS Thermoplastic Tape
A novel preform is made with carbon/PPS unidirectional tape, which is slit and converted into a. braid. This preform is being used in production for aircraft interior applications where flame. smoke and toxicity properties are needed. Additional attributes of the material include excellent
Advances in Design and Development of Optical Fibers for Harsh Environments
the properties of. matrix of the optical fiber. Carbon coat-. polymeric materials are more sensitive. ing on the fiber surface has shown to be. to temperature and the environment, as. effective in preventing the fiber property. compared to the inorganic silica glass. change6. and carbon. Therefore
Carbon Nanotube Analysis by Raman Spectroscopy
"capped" with half a fullerene molecule. Studies have predicted that nanotubes can be conducting or insulating depending on their structure, which leads to applications in electronics. They also suggest that nanotubes should be immensely strong, becoming "the ultimate carbon fibers". Single-walled
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