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  • How Do Convolute Wound and Braided Composites Compare?
    Q: "How do convolute wound and braided composites compare?" A: In general, convolute wound and braided composite materials can be considered equivalent materials. Both materials are composed of e-glass fiberglass filaments and a U.L. listed G-10 epoxy resin system. The primary difference between
  • Isomandrel Thermally Enhanced Mandrels for Filament Wound Pipes, Tubes and Fibre Reinforced Plastics
    Hollow composite tube or pipe sections are typically manufactured using a filament winding process. Rotating mandrels are covered with continuous strand glass or carbon fibers which are impregnated with an uncured resin generally an epoxy. After winding, the mandrel covered with the resin and fiber
  • PolySlide Ballistic Failure Mode?
    composite failures such as matrix cracking, laminate ply failure, and transverse fiber pullout failure. There are reasonable predictions that can be made concerning composite materials and their failures. The following is a summary of these known circumstances: * The PolySlide filament wound
  • No lube, no problem
    Self-lubricating, nonmetallic bearings handle tough jobs and need little or no maintenance. Filament-wound composite bearings are available to fit round, square, or hex shafts, in standard metal housings, with either two-bolt or four-bolt flange or pillow-block mountings. A belt conveyor

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