Carbon fibers are made by converting Polyacrylonitrile fibers under heat and pressure into high strength, high modulus carbon fibers.
These carbon fiber are then further processed and converted into:
The carbon fibers contain high strength-to-weight and stiffness-to-weight ratios, carbon fabrics are thermally and electrically conductive and exhibit excellent fatigue resistance. When properly engineered, carbon fabric composites can achieve the strength and stiffness of metals at significant weight savings. Carbon fabrics are compatible with various resin systems including epoxy, polyester and vinyl ester resins.
- Carbon Chopped Strand
- Carbon veil
- Carbon Tow
- Carbon Fabric
- Carbon/Kevlar hybrid
- Milled Carbon
Carbon fibres inherently are high in tensile and flexural strength, tensile and flexural modulus, conductive, inert to most chemicals, light weight, and as such, they are widely used in the following application:
Archery Equipment; Aircraft parts; Artificial limb; Bridges; Conductive Floors and Walls; CNG fuel tank; Decorative parts; Golf shafts; Instrument cases; speed boat and Yacht; Process Rollers; Rackets; Race car; Structural Strengthening; Ships component;