Why use carbon fiber pipe instead of various tubes?

/Why use carbon fiber pipe instead of various tubes?

Why use carbon fiber pipe instead of various tubes?

Why use carbon fiber pipe instead of various tubes?

Carbon fiber tube, also known as carbon fiber tube, also known as carbon fiber tube, carbon fiber tube, is made by preimmersion of carbon fiber composite material into phenylethylene polyester resin through heating, curing, pull-extrusion (torsion).In the process of making, various profiles can be produced through different molds, such as carbon fiber circular tubes of different specifications, square tubes of different specifications, sheet materials of different specifications, and other profiles: 3K can also be wrapped for surface packaging beautification in the process of making

Carbon fiber tube

Characteristics of carbon fiber tubes:

1. High tensile strength: carbon fiber is 6-12 times stronger than steel and can reach over 3000mpa.

2. Small density and light weight.Density is less than a quarter of that of steel.

It has the advantages of high strength, long life, corrosion resistance, light weight and low density. It is widely used in kites, aviation model aircraft, lamp holder, PC equipment rotating shaft, etching machine, medical equipment, sports equipment and other mechanical equipment.A series of excellent properties such as dimensional stability, electrical conductivity, thermal conductivity, small thermal expansion coefficient, self-lubrication and energy absorbing and seismic resistance.It has high specific modulus, fatigue resistance, creep resistance, high temperature resistance, corrosion resistance and wear resistance.

Defect is electrical conductivity (Ω cm – 1.5 x 10-3), the advantage is that there is a very good tensile strength (such as 12000 number of filaments, its tensile strength is kg/was – 400).

The amount of carbon fiber used in the production of carbon fiber pipe directly determines its mechanical performance and value.Carbon fiber tube has the characteristics of light, firm and high tensile strength.

By | 2018-08-20T10:28:00+00:00 August 17th, 2018|0 Comments

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