The overall performance advantage of carbon fiber tube is very high, so it is used in many industries. Carbon fiber tube is produced by the fusion of carbon fiber and resin into carbon fiber tube, which is also the application of glass fiber tube made of fiber material and resin than carbon fiber tube. It is much earlier, so why can carbon fiber tubes catch up? Be-cu prototype is a manufacturer specializing in the production of carbon fiber tubes. In this article, I will tell you the difference between the two.
First of all, from the basic performance, the carbon fiber tube is a carbon fiber product made of carbon fiber and resin, with a density of 1.6g/cm3 and a tensile strength of 3500MPa. Only a metal tube such as a steel tube is one-fifth of the strength, but the strength can reach eight times that of the metal tube. Among the metal tubes, the quality of the aluminum alloy tube with lower density is also one-half of the carbon fiber tube, and the strength of the carbon fiber tube is even higher. 200 times the aluminum alloy tube, which makes the performance advantage of the carbon fiber tube perform very well. Compared with metal tubes, its anti-bending performance is also better. In the case of large pressure, carbon fiber will not break, deform, or crack when it is bent, which is different from bending deformation of metal tubes.
The density of the glass fiber tube is 2.55g/cm3, which is similar to that of the carbon fiber tube. This is also an important reason why the glass fiber tube was particularly popular before. The entire tensile strength can reach 300MPa, which is why An important reason why the application of glass fiber tubes will lag behind carbon fiber tubes. The carbon fiber modulus of the glass fiber tube is 7000MPa, which makes it have a very high advantageous performance. The fracture after the compression force is exceeded is the resin rather than the glass fiber, so the bending resistance of the glass fiber will be particularly high.
These are the interpretations of the comparison between carbon fiber tubes and glass fiber tubes. From the whole point of view, you will find the difference between the two. These are the interpretations of the content of carbon fiber tubes and glass fiber tubes. I hope they can help us better. Learn about the difference between two carbon fiber tube products. Be-cu Prototype is a manufacturer specializing in the production of carbon fiber products. If you need it, you are welcome to come and consult. China Be-cu Prototype Material Technology Co., Ltd. has ten years of rich experience in the carbon fiber field. It is engaged in the production and machining of carbon fiber products. It has complete molding equipment and perfect machining machines, and can complete various types of carbon fiber products. Production, customized production according to drawings.
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What Is Carbon Fiber?Carbon fiber is made of polyacrylonitrile (PAN) (or pitch, viscose) and other organic fibers by carbonization (removal of most elements except carbon) by pyrolysis method under inert gas at high temperature above 1,000 °C. Inorganic polymer fibers with a carbon content of more than 90%.