Page: 1 2 3 Next

Parts by Number for Conductive Fibers Top

Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
6290005167 Global Industrial Molded Fiber Glass Companies Not Provided Conductive Tray 19-1/2x19-1/2x1-1/4
332000-5167 Global Industrial Molded Fiber Glass Companies Not Provided Mfg 26 X 18 Black Conductive Esd Tray
3340005167 Global Industrial Molded Fiber Glass Companies Not Provided Conductive Tray 17-3/4x11-3/4x1
7425 Tequipment.Net WahlSoldering Not Provided Anti-static DesoIderin Tool. 0.79' diameter grip. 8.62' overall length. Conductive polypropylene barrel. Conductive carbon fiber tip (0.113' I.D.)
7430 Tequipment.Net WahlSoldering Not Provided Statlc-free, Small Grip Desoldering Tool. 0.87' diameter grip. 8.75' overall length. Nylon glass barrel. Conductive carbon fiber tip (0.113' I.D.)

Conduct Research Top

  • Low Speed Carbon Deposition Process for Hermetic Optical Fibers (.pdf)
    be necessary when working. the glass. The applied carbon layer is. with thermally-cured coatings that. typically thin ( <100 nm), opaque, elec-. require a longer time to solidify on the. trically conductive, highly adherent to. fiber. Another limiting factor may be. the glass surface via chemical
  • FIBER BRUSHES: The Maintenance-Free Wind Turbine Slip Ring Contact Material
    are typically around 60% graphite and. operation can be critical in the case of contacts that. 40% metal (silver and copper are the most. generate conductive wear debris during operation. common), although for specific applications the. This conductive wear debris build-up is shown in. graphite content can
  • Fiber optic temperature solutions for generator and transformer
    of PTFE, at the sensor tip a GaAs-crystal (gallium arsenide) is attached. The GaAs based technology is ideal for smart grid temperature monitoring in transformers. The probe sensor is completely non-conductive. Optocon’s fiber optic temperature sensors offer complete immunity to RFI and EMI
  • Computer Power User Article - Under Development
    transistor technology, much attention has been lavished on carbon nanotubes. These strands of carbon atoms, measuring less than 1/50,000 the width of a human hair, are the strongest and most conductive fibers known. However, it wasn't until May that researchers at IBM's Watson Research Center
  • Medical Device Link .
    of the shield and also by rereflecting it from the second surface of the shield (Figure 1). STRUCTURE OF CONDUCTIVE THERMOPLASTIC COMPOUNDS A conductive thermoplastic compound is a resin that has been modified with electrically conductive additives, including carbon-based powder and fibers, metal
  • Medical Device Link .
    and reinforcements such as carbon black, carbon fiber, and metallized fiber, offers benefits not found in antistatic coatings, according to the firm. The use of additives ensures that conductive properties are present throughout the entire part and do not wear off with use. The surface resistivity
  • Grounding Brushes (.pdf)
    of the station. Installing a brush like those pictured below that touched the bottom of the car. before it reached the station served to discharge the car and avert a serious potential problem. These brushes are normally made using a conductive. fiber, for example, conductive nylon, brass, steel or. stainless
  • Medical Device Link .
    Thermally conductive plastic enhances performance of heat-measuring devices. A liquid crystalline polymer (LCP) developed by Cool Polymers (Warwick, RI; 603/863-5005) has been used to mold a part for a device measuring heat flow. The LCP provides a thermal conductivity of 50 W/mK. Cool Polymers

More Information on: Conductive Fibers Top

Lock Indicates content that may require registration and/or purchase. Powered by IHS Goldfire