The long fiber reinforced thermoset plastic molding composite fills in niche in the specialities between conventional molding compounds and prepregs. We offer solution for the structural parts which conventional materials can not be used.
Flexible combination of resin and fiber for specific applications
We offer the best combination of resin (phenolic, epoxy or bismaleimide) and long fiber (glass, carbon or aramid) to meet specific requirements.
High mechanical strength and reliability
Our long fiber reinforced thermoset plastic molding composite has excellent mechanical strength and reliability such as high impact resistance, tensile strength, flexural strength, good creep property under high temperature and dimensional stability for structural parts.
Good moldability (3-dimensional form is available)
Our long fiber reinforced thermoset plastic molding composite is a dry-type composite (solvent free) for easy operation compared to conventional wet-type long fiber materials. Compression molding and transfer molding are available and injection molding technology is under development.
Electrical and electronic equipment
Commutators for industrial motors, explosion-proof parts and electrical insulation parts
Fluid equipment, chemical pump vanes, etc.
Automotive parts, Railway car parts
Powertrain and chassis components that require high heat resistance and high impact strength.
Interior related materials and engine parts etc. that are required high performance and reliability.
|Resin||Long fiber reinforced|
thermoset plastic molding composite
|Glass fiber||Carbon fiber||Glass fiber||Aluminum||Steel|
|Charpy impact strength||kJ/m2||60||52||60||50||3||81||780|
|Specific tensile strength||MPa||101||64||100||101||79||116||88|
|Specific tensile modulus||GPa||14||13||32||32||12||26||26|
- *0.2%, Proof stress
- The data given above are not guaranteed values.
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