Carbon Fabric Carbon Fabric

Carbon fiber roving is woven into fabric

Carbon fiber is composed of carbon atoms bonded together to form a long chain. The fibers are extremely stiff, strong, light. Carbon fiber strands are finer than a human hair. These strands are twisted together like yarn (called a tow) and woven into carbon fiber fabric.

Product TypeCarbon Fabric can be weaved in two fashions

Unidirectional (UD)

Unidirectional carbon fabric has all the carbon fiber aligned in the same direction. Unidirectional reinforcement makes it possible to create incredibly strong, light components by precisely orienting the carbon fiber to provide maximum strength in the desired direction where it is needed most.

Bi-directional (BD)

Bidirectional carbon fabric has carbon fiber woven at certain angles such as 90 degree or 45 degree. These are more flexible and have high torsional strength.

Product UsesApplication Areas

  • Structural strengthening, restoration, reconstruction, repair, seismic retrofitting of reinforced concrete
  • Increasing the load capacity of concrete structures (including complex geometric shapes, as well as in confined spaces) without increasing their weight
  • Increased seismic resistance
  • Structural strengthening of concrete structures
  • Strengthening and confinement for metal structures such as pipes, tanks, etc.

Product BenefitsFeatures

  • Wide range of application
  • Lightweight: System does not create an additional load on construction
  • Corrosion resistance
  • Minimum labor and time spent on work
  • Low transportation cost
  • Ability to perform repair without interrupting
  • No additional costs for further operation

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