Supplier: Franklin Fibre-Lamitex Corporation
Description: For engineering applications throughout industry, LAMITEX® laminated materials provide a unique range of design benefits. LAMITEX® laminates are engineering materials made from layers of fibrous reinforcement such as cotton cloth, paper or woven glass cloth, which are bonded together with
- Design Units: English
- Shape: Rectangle
- Features: Reinforced
- Application: General Purpose
Supplier: McClean Anderson
Description: McClean Anderson's Composite Designer is a highly advanced, use-friendly, pattern development software used in designing and modeling complex filament wound structures. During part program development, winding simulations can be rendered with ease, allowing the users to analyze multiple winding
Supplier: Polygon Company
Description: As the originator of the fiberglass winding pin used in the production of fractional horsepower motors as an insulating turn point for the copper coils. We pioneered the replacement of convolute wound fuse tubes by incorporating the braiding process, then followed closely by filament winding
Standards and Technical Documents - Gas cylinders -- Refillable composite gas cylinders and tubes -- Design, construction and testing -- Part 3: Fully wrapped fibre reinforced composite gas cylinders and tubes up to 450L with non-load.. -- ISO 11119-3:2013
Description: pressure of less than 60 bar. The cylinders are constructed in the form of a disposable mandrel overwrapped with carbon fibre or aramid fibre or glass fibre (or a mixture thereof) in a resin matrix to provide longitudinal and circumferential reinforcement, and in the form of two filament wound shells
Supplier: Serfilco, Ltd.
Description: . They are constructed of thermoset plastic resin reinforced with continuous filament wound fiberglass to offer the strongest FRP composite obtainable. No pigments or fillers are used, making these chambers suitable for a wide range of liquids. Standard models have EPDM O-Rings (FKM optional) and CPVC internals
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Isomandrel® - New technology for composites
Precise, Rapid Thermal Control for Filament Wound Composites. New technology, the isomandrel ® from Acrolab Ltd. with a super thermal heat transfer characteristic significantly improves both cure consistency and cure rate for heat cured, filament wound, composite part production. (Check out YouTube Video). http://www.slideshare.net/petermccormack/acrolab-isomandrel-technology-4702015. This innovative technology has already captured significant interest for parts manufacturing... (read more)
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Fibre-Reinforced Plastic Composite Materials
This range of products typically consists of a filament-wound, fiberglass-impregnated, epoxy backing with a variety of low-friction wear-resistant bearing linings. The reinforced composite structure associated with GAR-MAX, High Strength GAR-MAX and deva.tex enables the bearing to support high static and dynamic loads. Furthermore, the inert nature of the materials makes these products ideal for corrosive environments such as sea water and acidic environments. These products are available... (read more)
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for Improved Fatigue Resistance) offers a proprietary laminate structure of the bearing backing that increases the bearing's resistance to repeated stress/strain conditions. Several years ago, Our manufacturer was approached with a seemingly straightforward application for traditional filament wound composite bushings. At issue was an application that was resulting in bearing failure after just 10,000 oscillatory cycles. The pressure on the bearing was well under the design threshold (actual applied... (read more)
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High Strength GAR-MAX®
Characteristics: · Good chemical resistance. · Resistant to shock loads. · Good friction and wear properties under slow speed oscillating or rotating movements. · 50% increase in compressive strength compared to standard GAR-MAX. · High load capacity. · Filament-wound dry bearing material. Applications: Industrial: Construction and earth-moving equipment, conveyors, agricultural equipment, railway couplers, chemical plant valves, etc. (read more)
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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
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
and machined to ensure that the melt flows in a precise desired shape. Examples of extruders products are blown film, pipe, coated paper, plastic filaments for brush bristles, carpet fibers, vinyl siding, just about any lineal shape, plus many, many more. There is almost always downstream processing equipment
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
Medical Device Link . The Effects of Annealing Conditions on the Structure and Properties of Polypropylene Fibers
or filaments made from PP homopolymer and copolymer targeted for medical applications. The effect of various annealing parameters such as time, temperature, and degree of constraint on the physical and morphological properties of the HPP and CPP polypropylene fibers were investigated using DMA
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armor or structural composites, novel spinning techniques can produce fibers with strengths approaching 30 g/d. Likewise, breaking extension can be varied over a broad range, from 10 40% for textile to 1 15% for industrial and 100 500% for elastomeric fibers. Yarns. Fibers or filaments
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fibers and a PEEK matrix. The tapes are used for hand lay-up compression-molded or filament-wound parts. Components, or successive plies of reinforcing materials, or resin- impregnated reinforcements are applied to the mold and the composite is built up by hand. Compression molding then cures