Composites, textiles and reinforcements includes finished composite materials as well as component materials used to construct composites such as matrix resins, fillers, reinforcements, textiles, fibers, reinforcements and core materials.
Activated Carbon (91 suppliers)
Activated carbon is used to remove pollutants from air or water streams, both in the field and in industrial processes such as spill cleanup, groundwater remediation, drinking water filtration, air purification, and the capture of VOCs.
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Aramid Fibers and Fabrics (97 suppliers)
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.
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Carbon Fiber and Carbon Fiber Cloth (106 suppliers)
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 applications.
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Ceramic Insulation and Textiles (161 suppliers)
Ceramic insulation and textiles are fibrous refractories or thermal insulation products that consist of ceramic fibers in bulk, cloth, batting, paper or rope forms.
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Coated Fabrics (210 suppliers)
Coated fabrics consist of woven and non-woven cloth with a coating or resin applied to the surface or saturated into the bulk of the material to provide some additional property.
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Composite Fillers and Reinforcements (247 suppliers)
Composite Fillers and Reinforcements are additives used to extend, strengthen and/or modify plastics, composites, adhesives, coatings and other materials
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Composites and Composite Materials (260 suppliers)
Composites and composite materials typically consist of a matrix and a dispersed, fibrous or continuous second phase. The second phase may reinforce the material, alter electrical or magnetic properties, or enhance wear or erosion resistance.
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Cordage, Rope, and Webbing (380 suppliers)
Cordage, rope and webbing are made of many natural and/or synthetic fibers that are twisted and/or braided or woven into a length.
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Fibers and Filaments (200 suppliers)
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.
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Foam Cores (46 suppliers)
Foam cores and foam core materials are low density, high porosity materials used between structural skins to form a cored laminate with increased stiffness. Industrial foams consist of low density elastomers, plastics, or other materials with internal open or closed porosity.
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Foams and Foam Materials (575 suppliers)
Foams and foam materials are industrial products made from low density elastomers, plastics, and other materials with various structures and porosities.
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Honeycombs and Honeycomb Materials (68 suppliers)
Honeycombs and Honeycomb Materials are specialized low density, large celled materials used as core materials, architectural panels, sound attenuation and for other specialized applications.
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Industrial Fabrics (684 suppliers)
Metal Powders (Powdered Metals) (226 suppliers)
Metal powders are finely divided or powdered metals used in fabricating sintered parts, thermal spraying, filling plastics, and other specialized applications.
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Minerals, Aggregates, and Sands (363 suppliers)
Minerals, aggregates and sands consist of bulk or particulate forms of silicates, clays, calcium carbonate, wollastonite, aggregates and other additives used to extend, fill, strengthen or modify plastics, coatings, adhesives, and other materials.
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Natural Fibers and Fabrics (211 suppliers)
Natural fibers and fabrics consist of bulk fibers, yarns, or woven cloth manufactured from plant materials such as cotton, wool, linen (flax), sisal, jute, hemp, or silk.
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Nonwovens (240 suppliers)
Nonwovens are fiber-based products that are formed into mats of randomly-oriented fibers, felt, needlepunched cloth, spunbond, or meltblown structures.
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Polymer and Plastic Composites (351 suppliers)
Polymer and plastic composites are strengthened with fibers, fillers, particulates, powders and other matrix reinforcements to provide improved strength and/or stiffness. Examples include fiber reinforced plastics (FRPs), sheet molding compounds (SMCs), bulk molding compounds (BMCs), pre-preg materials, and fabricated composite parts.
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Roving and Yarn (146 suppliers)
Specialty Fibers, Fabrics, and Textiles (512 suppliers)
Specialty fibers, fabrics and textiles are based upon a unique composition, weave, or technology, and are designed for specialized applications.
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Synthetic Fibers and Fabrics (496 suppliers)
Synthetic fibers and synthetic fabrics consist of bulk fibers, yarns, woven cloth or other textile products manufactured from polymer-based materials such as polyamide (nylon), polyester, aramid, or other spun thermoplastics.
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