Filament Wound Epoxy Tubing and Composites
Uses for Filament wound epoxy tubing is made by winding a ring of resin-saturated fiberglass rovings on the mandrel's rotating axis to form the tube. Based on the needs for stiffness and strength the winding angle is altered. The tubes have high axial, hoop and near-hoop strength as well as a low dielectric loss. They also have excellent thermal deformation resistance. They are perfect for applications where the tubes are subject to high temperature or pressure conditions.
Epoxy resins can be utilized in a variety of industries and in many other applications that require durability and resistance. They are strong and reliable, which is why they are utilized in a variety of high-performance products such as aircraft parts, marine components, and rotor blades of wind turbines. They are utilized in the manufacturing of pipes for offshore oil platforms, and in a myriad of industrial applications across the construction, manufacturing electronic and energy industries.
Fiberglass reinforcements are often included in epoxies in order to enhance the overall mechanical properties of the resin. This is done to improve the stiffness of the part or structure that is being constructed. It also makes it more robust and lighter.
The resin is then cured to a strong and durable state that gives the product its final form and function. This is important as it allows the epoxies be used in applications where they will need to endure extreme environments and temperatures.
Resins come in a variety of forms, such as epoxies, vinyl esters and polyesters with carbon fiber, glass, or Kevlar(r) reinforcing fibers. They offer a variety of characteristics, including high-temperature resistance, electrical resistance, and chemical resistance. They are available in a variety of shapes, including rectangular, square, round, and tapered.
The resins are available in a wide range of lengths and sizes, from 1/2 inch up to 4 feet. These resins are used in a variety of commercial, industrial, and military applications.
The composite filament-wound products are made by pultruding carbon fiber or another reinforced material into an epoxy resin matrix. This product can be made in many ways and used to create insulators, filters, heat exchangers, as well as other specialized applications that require a light, durable, flexible material.
Distributor and manufacturer of filament wound products made from epoxy resins with carbon fiber, fiberglass or Kevlar(r). reinforcement. These include round, radomes for antennas, drive shafts, gas couplings, fuse tubes, lightweight rolls for the paper and plastic markets, and other military, aerospace, and chemical process industries.
Specialty epoxy resins that contain glass, carbon fiber or Kevlar(r) are designed to offer outstanding tensile compressive, impact and chemical as well as electrical resistance. They are able to resist thermal shock, and have high glass transition temperatures and low thermal coefficients.
Fiberglass reinforced epoxy is utilized to serve a range of industrial needs that include the renewable energy industry where it is used to coat steel bodies and make blades for wind turbine poles. It also protects the structures of hydroelectric power stations from corrosion caused by salt water, helping to ensure their longevity and long-lasting.