Q: Are you a manufacturer? A: Yes, we are a manufacturer, welcome to visit our factory! Q: Can I have a sample order? A: Yes, we welcome sample order to test and check quality. Mixed samples are acceptable too Q: What is the lead time? A: Standard size Sample needs 5 days, mass production needs 15-30 days, it according to the quantity Q: Do you offer OEM service? A: We accept OEM orders for all our production lines, including the client's logos and labels. After many years of exploration and development, we are sure we can meet all your requirements. Q: How long can I get a response after I send an inquiry? A: We will reply to each inquiry within 12 hours. Q: What is the strength of our company A: We have more than 10 years' experience in producing carbon fiber tubes and telescopic poles, and our factory has passed ISO/GS standards with certification. Q: Your quotation does NOT meet my target price A: We can propose material, accessories or design alternative to lower the price of your project
Q: What is carbon fiber used for? A: Carbon fiber -- sometimes known as graphite fiber -- is a strong, stiff, lightweight material that has the potential to replace steel and is popularly used in specialized, high-performance products like aircrafts, race cars and sporting equipment. Q: Is carbon fiber stronger than steel?
A: Carbon fibers are classified by the tensile modulus of the fiber. ... Thus, the strongest carbon fibers areten times stronger than steeland eight times that of aluminum, not to mention much lighter than both materials, 5 and 1.5 times respectively.
Q: Why is carbon fiber so expensive?
A: Another carbon fiber cost factor isenergy. ... It takes a lot of energy to reinforce each fiber with carbon atoms. Energy, also required to bundle the carbon together into fibers and threads. Energy costs are probably the most expensive factor in carbon fiber manufacturing.
Q: What are the advantages and disadvantages of carbon fiber?
A: Carbon fiber reinforced polymer (CFRP) materials possessgood rigidity, high strength, low density, corrosion resistance, vibration resistance, high ultimate strain, high fatigue resistance & low thermal conductivity. They are bad conductors of electricity and are not-magnetic.
Q: Is carbon fiber resistant to water?
A: The carbon fiber in the composite does not absorb water from the environment, andits resistance remained unchanged when immersed in water.
Q: Is carbon fiber the future?
A: The future ofcarbon fiber is undoubtedly on a positive course. However, the speed at which carbon fiber integrates into larger commercial markets and more and more common applications is largely dependent on the capabilities of existing carbon fiber manufacturers.
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