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Carbon reinforcing materials

Our high-quality carbon fiber products are suitable for all applications which demand a high level of quality and reliability as in the aerospace, automotive and transportation sectors as well as in shipbuilding and further industrial applications. The carbon fiber fabrics fulfill many different requirements, such as fiber orientation, drapability, thickness and resin permeability. PAN and PITCH based carbon fibers and exotic yarns can be converted into woven, unidirectional, multiaxial and 3D fabrics of various weights, weave styles and architectures.

3D carbon fabrics

Weaving techniques can be used to produce near net-shape preforms.

Innegra Polypropylene fabrics

Is a high modulus polypropylene fibre which can be used independently or in conjunction with other fibres to provide weight reduction, excellent levels of impact resistance and damage tolerance.

Multiaxial carbon fabrics

Very flat, non-crimp fabrics from 100gsm with 2 layers and up to 1600gsm with a maximum of 9 layers, can be produced in widths up to 2540mm (100 inches).

Recycled carbon fabrics

Fabrics contain reclaimed carbon fibre, resulting in products that are sustainable and cost effective.

sigma2D carbon fiber fabric

Weaving techniques can be used to produce near net-shape preforms.

sigmaIF Innegra fabric made of high-strength polypropylene fibers

Weaving techniques can be used to produce near net-shape preforms.

sigmaMX multiaxial carbon fiber scrim

Weaving techniques can be used to produce near net-shape preforms.

sigmaUD unidirectional carbon fiber scrim

Weaving techniques can be used to produce near net-shape preforms.

Undirectional carbon fabrics

Fabrics have carbon fibres just in one direction.

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