Wuxi Dingrong Composite Material Technology Co. Ltd
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|Place of Origin:||China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||Negotiation|
|Packaging Details:||Plywood reel or plastic reel|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T|
|Product Name:||FRP Strengthen Core||Function:||Strengthen|
|Spool Length:||50.4km/reel, 25.2km/reel Or Customized||Material:||FRP Fiber Reinforced Plastic|
|Packing:||Plywood Reel Or Plastic Reel||High Temperature Bending Test (100℃, 24h, 30D):||No Cracks, No Uneven Spots, Surface Smooth|
Fiberglass Duct Rod,
Fiberglass Duct Rod 10mm*300m,
Electric Fiberglass Duct Rod
FRP Strength Member For Fiber Optical Cables
The production of FRP (Fiber Reinforced Polymer) members requires the use of several manufacturing techniques, each with its own unique advantages and limitations. One such technique is pultrusion, which involves pulling fiber reinforcements through a resin bath and then through a heated die to create a continuous profile. This method is ideal for producing long, straight profiles with consistent cross-sections.
Another technique is filament winding, which involves winding continuous fibers around a rotating mandrel in a specific pattern. This method is ideal for producing complex shapes and structures with high strength-to-weight ratios.
Resin transfer molding is another technique used to produce FRP members, where a preform made of dry fibers is placed in a closed mold and resin is injected under pressure to saturate the fibers. This method is ideal for producing large, complex parts with high fiber volume fractions.
When selecting the most appropriate technique for a specific application, it is important to consider factors such as the desired shape and size of the part, the required strength and stiffness, and the cost and production time. Each manufacturing technique has its own advantages and limitations, and the selection of the most appropriate method will depend on the specific requirements of the application.
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