U Shape Carbon Fiber Carbon Composites Profile Board For Vacuum
- Carbon fiber carbon composite plate has high carbon content and
less ash content.
- It is based the whole carbon felt,carbon fiber fabric using vapor
deposition process to obtain the carbon carbon composite,with high
strength,low specific gravity,expansion coefficient.
- It is high temperature resistance,corrosion resistance, abrasion
resistance,thermal shock resistance.
- It is use in vacuum brazing furnaces, aerospace, aviation,
metallurgy, chemicals, machinery and other fields.
|Volume Density (g/cm3)||1.45-1.75|
|Tensile Strength (Mpa)||≥120|
|Carbon Content (%)||≥99.7|
|Processing Temperature (℃)||1250-2500|
|Compression Strength (Mpa)||≥ 60|
|Thermal Conductivity (W/(m*k) )||10-12|
|Ash Content (%)||≤0.06|
|Applicative Temperature Range (℃)||1300-3600|
- Size: Profile board
- Shape: Customized Shape
- Thickness: Customized
Carbon fiber carbon composites profile board can be processed into
various shaped pieces,such as vacuum brazing furnace blower carbon
/carbon blade, a variety of screws ,nuts, pipe,plate,bar,tray,rack.
- high-temperature stability: The room temperature strength of carbon
composite can keep up to 2000 ℃, is not sensitive to the thermal
stress, and the ablation resistance performance is good.
- Comprehensive performance evaluation: carbon composite has good
strength and elastic modulus at room temperature; less production
processes of carbon composite material can save materials and
manufacturing costs, and its more safety and reliability.
- Physical properties: After high temperature treatment, the carbon
composite has higher carbon content, >99.7%, the density is low,
the mechanical properties are good. Due to good characteristic of
high melting point of carbon, high temperature resistance,
corrosion resistance and thermal shock performance, the carbon
composite is resistant to acid, alkali and salt.
Carbon Fibre Reinforced Carbon (CFRC), or Carbon-carbon, is a
unique composite material consisting of carbon fibres embedded in a
carbonaceous matrix. Originally developed for aerospace
applications, its low density, high thermal conductivity and
excellent mechanical properties at elevated temperatures make it an
ideal material for aircraft brakes, rocket nozzles and re-entry
nose tips. It withstands temperatures in excess of 2200C without
major deformation. The properties are very much dependent on the
manufacturing methods used for production. Although the general
production technology is known, the combination of processes to
achieve specially tailored properties remains the expertise of