Manufactured from a fine weave scoured cotton fabric. Has good electrical and mechanical properties and can be machined to a fine finish. Suitable for small and intricate machined items. Sheets are supplied as per tolerance specified in ISO:2036.
Manufactured from a fine weave scoured cotton fabric. Contains graphite. Has good mechanical properties and is self-lubricating. Can be machined to a fine finish. Used only for mechanical applications, not for electrical use.
Manufactured from a medium weave scoured cotton fabric. Has good machining and punching properties and resistance of chemicals. Suitable for small machined parts. Sheets are supplied as per tolerance specified in ISO:2036.
Manufactured from a coarse weave cotton fabric. A strong and tough material with good machining properties. Suitable for heavy duty gears and other applications requiring high impact strength. Sheets can be supplied up to 150mm thick. Supplied as per tolerance specified in ISO:2036.
A high performance composite manufactured from a fine weave cotton fabric. Retains high strength at elevated temperatures, up to 125°C continuously. Excellent impact and bond strength, machines cleanly, engineered not to shrink. Used in power generator applications and the air power industry. Tested and passes General Electric's specification; A50A341.
A high performance composite manufactured from a medium weave cotton canvas. Blister free at higher temperatures, good wear resistance and high strength. Contains molybdenum disulfide lubricant in a proprietary temperature resistant resin capable of up to 145°C continuously and 200°C intermittently. Very low moisture absorption. Not for electrical applications.
This data, while believed to be accurate and based on reliable analytical methods, is for informational purposes only. Data supplied above are "Typical Values", not to be considered "Specification Values".
|Product||Units||LAMTUF F1||LAMTUF F2||LAMTUF F3|
|IMPACT - CHARPY||Kg/m2||8||9||10|
|WATER ABSORPTION 3mm||mg||201||201||220|
|In water 24hrs @ 20°C||Meg Ohms||25||150||5000|
|In oil @ 90°C|
|TERMINAL CLASSIFICATION||E (120)||E (120)||E (120)|