Composite materials - combine materials from two or more substances with different properties, which in the end represents a completely new product with new properties, which were not present in any of its components. Usually one of the components gives the product strength and the other serves as a binder. These are composites made of carbon and aramid fibers, from which very strong and light parts for aircraft and rockets are made. They are also used in the automotive industry or in armed forces as reinforcements for bulletproof shields of military vehicles or as padding for bulletproof vests. Researchers and users value composite materials especially for their low weight, strength, flexibility and plasticity. In addition to excellent mechanical, strength, thermal and insulating properties, absolute corrosion resistance and significant simplification of the construction of many products can also be appreciated. The rear part of the fuselage of the Airbus A310 aircraft, which was originally made of 2,000 metal parts and riveted by tens of thousands of rivets, is most often cited as an example. At present, approximately 200 composite components are sufficient (the A310 has been further developed to be replaced by the more sought-after smaller A318-A321 aircrafts). We would certainly find many other specific examples in space technology, in the construction of seagoing ships and small vessels. And, of course, also in architecture, especially in the design of new structures, which could not be optimally implemented from steel, wooden or concrete elements. We must not forget the road and rail vehicles or energetics or the so-called daily necessities for athletes (hockey sticks, golf clubs, tennis rackets, spears, windsurfing and snowboards, etc.). Due to their unique properties, composites undoubtedly have a future.

 

TEMPERATURE

 

RANGE

 
   
   
   
Glass epoxy G11 220°C TSE-8 220°C
   
Glass epoxy G11 200°C TSE-7 200°C
   
Glass epoxy G11 180°C EPGC308  
   
Glass epoxy Si Hgw2572/SIGC202 180°C
   
Glass epoxy FR5 Hgw2372.2/EPGC204  
   
Glass epoxy G11 155°C Hgw2372.4/EPGC203  
   
Glass epoxy FR4 Hgw2372.1/EPGC202  
   
Glass epoxy G10 Hgw2372/EPGC201 155°C
   
Cotton epoxy E Hgw2082.5./PFCC202  
   
Cotton epoxy J Hgw2082/PFCC201  
   
Paper epoxy Hp2061/PFCP201  
   
Paper epoxy HPp2061.5/PFCP202  
  120°C

 

Plates


Basic distribution Main representatives Application example
Paper epoxy PFCP 201; HP2061 The composite is made of phenol-formaldehyde resin as a binder and cellulose paper as reinforcement. Thanks to its mechanical properties, it can be drilled, cut, ground and milled without any problems. It is used for the production of plain bearings, gears, covers for transformers in divisions, insulating rods and parts of electrical switchboards.
PFCP 202; HP2061.2.
Cotton epoxy J PFCC201; HGW2082 It is made of cotton fabric as reinforcement and cresol formaldehyde resin as binder.  Textit J displays good resistance to weak acids. At higher temperatures it is possible to use it as a construction material for a construction of machines and equipment, it is also suitable for the construction of machines working in aggressive environments. It has good mechanical and sliding properties, absorbs shocks. It is used for the production of plain bearings, larger gears and pulleys, sliding parts of presses, heavy planing machines and frame saws. 
Cotton epoxy E PFCC202; HGW2082.5 Production of highly mechanically and electrically stressed components, for electrical components with guaranteed electrical strength and insulation resistance for electrical insulation boards, instrument bodies, frames, cabinet parts of switchboards, electrical machines and transformers.
Glass epoxy G10; HGW2372 It is made of modified glass fabric as reinforcement and epoxy-feldspar. It is characterized by good mechanical and electrical insulating properties. It is used for electrical equipment at higher temperatures or in humid environments, stressed electrical insulating components such as frames, instrument bodies, cabinet parts of substations, transformers, switchboards, electrical machines.
G11 155°C; HGW2372.4 It is made of modified glass cloth and epoxy resin with the addition of filler. It has good mechanical properties and electrical insulating properties.  Used at higher temperatures or in humid environments.
G11 180
G11 200
FR4; HGW2372.1 The engineering laminate is made of modified non-alkaline glass cloth as reinforcement and epoxy resin as binder. It is used for electrical equipment at higher temperatures or in humid environments, stressed electrical insulating components such as frames, instrument bodies, cabinet parts of substations, transformers, switchboards.
Si; 2572 This composite is made of non-alkaline coronized glass cloth and silicone resin.

 

 

RODS - BARS

Normal bar length is 1000 mm + tolerance. Diameter on demand. We usually have up to a diameter of 100 mm in stock. We do not split the rod.

Basic distribution Main representatives  Application example
Cotton epoxy HGW2088; PFCC42 Suitable for the production of various mechanically and electrically stressed components, casings, plain bearings and gears of small modules.
Glass epoxy EPGC41; G10 For electrical equipment at higher temperatures or in humid environments, with stressed electrical insulating components such as frames, instrument bodies, switchboard cabinet parts, transformers, switchboards
EPGC42; G11 155°C
EPGC43; FR4

 

PIPES - Tubes         

Basic distribution Main representatives   Application example
Paper epoxy HP2065; PFCP21

Production of expansion chambers for low-oil switches, less stressed bearing cases, transformer bodies and frames, guide discs, hydraulic equipment, sealing and water rings.

Cotton epoxy Hgw2085; PFCC22
Glass epoxy EPGC 21; Hgw2375; G10
EPGC22; Hgw 2375.4; G11 155°C
EPGC23; FR4

Dimensions on demand. Delivery time 4-6 weeks.


Demand for blanks

Repeated delivery: