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Reinforcement Fabrics

Reinforcing fibers or reinforcing materials are constructs made of fibers (carbon, glass, aramid fibers) with different properties. In combination with an epoxy resin or polyester resin, these exhibit high strength or stiffness and are therefore reinforcing fibers particularly advantageous in lightweight construction. The thermal and mechanical properties can also be individually influenced by the fiber material and type of weave/construction.

Reinforcing fibers made of carbon fiber, glass fiber, hybrid and aramid fabric

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