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    • Carbon - Fibre

      Carbon has been known since prehistoric times. Carbon occurs naturally in two allotropic forms, namely graphite and diamond; the discovery in 1985 of fullerenes has increased the number of allotropic forms of this element. Its abundance in the Earth's crust is 480 ppm. The study of carbon and its organic compounds is the basis of organic chemistry. The applications for carbon are many and include its use as an alloying element with iron in the manufacture of steel, its use as brushes in electrical generators and motors, the use of colloidal graphite or carbon to coat surfaces (e.g. glass), in electrical assemblies to absorb microwaves and inhibit photoelectrons and secondary electrons, and the use of high purity carbon (graphite) in nuclear reactors to moderate neutrons. Diamond has unique properties, being one of the hardest materials known and with excellent corrosion resistance and thermal transfer. Industrial diamond is used in rock drilling equipment and abrasive materials. CVD diamond has been the subject of extensive research and development over the past several years and applications for this material are only just being realised. Carbon is a fundamental part of all life, it being a prime constituent of DNA. On average, the human body contains approximately 16kg of carbon in one form or another.Fibre - Yarns or tows consisting of several approximately parallel individual filaments, each filament usually being smaller in diameter than a monofilament. Yarns contain a defined number of filaments, typically three to several hundred; tows contain thousands of filaments whose number is only defined approximately. Both are primarily specified by their linear density measured in "tex", the weight in grammes of a 1km length of material.

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    Product C-00-FB-000131 Carbon - Fibre Filament Diameter 0.0048mm Number Of Filaments 12000 Tex Number 400 Grade Tenax® UMS2526 Length 10m - 200m
    Product C-00-FB-000132 Carbon - Fibre Filament Diameter 0.005mm Number Of Filaments 12000 Tex Number 430 Grade HS40 Length 10m - 2000m
    Product C-00-FB-000135 Carbon - Fibre Filament Diameter 0.007mm Number Of Filaments 3000 Tex Number 200 Grade Tenax® HTA Length 10m - 200m
    Product C-00-FB-000111 Carbon - Fibre Filament Diameter 0.007mm Number Of Filaments 6000 Tex Number 400 Grade Tenax® HTA Length 10m - 200m
    Product C-00-FB-000122 Carbon - Fibre Filament Diameter 0.007mm Number Of Filaments 12000 Tex Number 795 Grade 34-700 Length 10m - 100m
    Product C-00-FB-000125 Carbon - Fibre Filament Diameter 0.007mm Number Of Filaments 12000 Tex Number 795 Grade XAS Length 1m - 20m
    Product C-00-FB-000130 Carbon - Fibre Filament Diameter 0.008mm Number Of Filaments 10000 Tex Number 900 Grade HS40 Length 10m - 100m
    Product C-00-FB-000180 Carbon - Fibre Filament Diameter 0.009mm Number Of Filaments 2000 Tex Number 280 Grade F500 Length 5m - 500m
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