ESD Anti- Static materials



Product Description:

Carbon-fiber-reinforced polymer or carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic (CFRP or CRP), is a very strong, light, and expensive composite material or fiber-reinforced polymer. Similar to fiberglass (glass reinforced polymer), the composite material is commonly referred to by the name of its reinforcing fibers (carbon fiber). The polymer is most often epoxy, but other polymers, such as polyester, vinyl ester or nylon, are sometimes used. Some composites contain both carbon fiber and other fibers such as Kevlar, aluminium, and fiberglass reinforcement. The terms graphite-reinforced polymer or graphite fiber-reinforced polymer (GFRP) are also used, but less commonly, since glass-(fiber)-reinforced polymer can also be called GFRP. In product advertisements, it is sometimes referred to simply as graphite fiber (or graphite fibre), for short.

Mechanical properties:

Tensile strength resistance Elongation Rate Resistance Coefficient Notched Impact Strength Bending Strength Bending coefficient Bending coefficient Compressive strength Compressibility Friction coefficient
486~600 1.8 23500 -- 78~82 -- -- -- --

Material properties:

Heat deflection temperature
Heat distortion temperature
Short-term maximum temperature Continuous use temperature Thermal conductivity Coefficients of linear expansion Combustion
-- -- 2200 20~2000 -- -- --

Properties of Electricity:

Volume resistivity Surface Resistance Dielectric Strength Density Rockwell hardness Shao D hardness Water absorption
-- -- -- 1750 -- -- --

Product Type / Size [mm]

Product Type Size