Carbon fiber is a low-density material with high strength to weight ratio.This means carbon fiber is tough without getting bogged down like steel or aluminum, making it perfect for application such as car or airlines.
HIGH TENSILE STRENGTH
Carbon fiber is known for its high tensile strength with repeated testing to demonstrate that is one of the strongest of all commercial reinforcing fiber.
RESISTANCE TO CORROSION
With the strength of the carbon-carbon bond, carbon fiber is naturally resistance to oxidization. This makes carbon fiber well suited for environments where it might be exposed to salt water or corrosive chemical agents.
LOW CTE (Coefficient to Thermal Expansion)
Carbon Fiber has a Low CTE (Coefficient to Thermal Expansion) meaning is less likely to change shape with exposure to heat than other materials.
Carbon fiber has superior fatigue properties compared to metal, meaning components made of carbon fiber won’t wear out as quickly under the stress of constant use.
Carbon fiber is available in a variety of forms (woven, toe, chopped, etc.) making its versatile in its application.
LOW THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY
Carbon fiber is low thermal conductivity, making a good choice of applications where heat resistance material is needed.
Because of its impeccable strength to weight ratio, carbon fiber is available to use across a number of field and application. It can be also shaped and molded in ways that traditional material, such as aluminum and steel cannot.