CFRP (Carbon Fiber)

Carbon (carbon fiber, carbon) – a polymer composite material made of carbon fiber filaments and a binder (epoxy or other polymer resins).

Their difference from glass-composites and organo-composites is higher strength, stiffness and a very low coefficient of thermal expansion.

The main component of carbon fiber is carbon threads (similar in structure to the rod in a pencil). Such threads are very thin (approximately 0.005-0.010 mm in diameter). Fabrics are woven from these threads. They may have a different weaving pattern.

To give the product even greater strength, plastic is made multi-layered. The layers are held together with epoxy or other resins.

Carbon composites are used to make lightweight yet durable parts.

And at the same time, parts made of carbon (carbon) are superior in strength to parts made of fiberglass, but their cost is much more expensive.

The high cost of carbon fiber (carbon fiber and carbon fiber) is caused by the complex technology for manufacturing raw materials, huge energy costs and high cost of equipment in the production of the parts themselves.

Carbon parts are used in many industries:

Physical and mechanical properties of carbon (carbon) unidirectional fibers (Loop 0.1) based on epoxy binder ED-20:


Basalt plastic is a composite based on natural material. Because Since the source material is mined in Ukraine and the production is less energy-intensive than that of carbon fibers, the basalt thread and fabrics have very reasonable prices!

The strength characteristics of composites based on basalt fibers occupy a worthy place between fiberglass and carbon fiber. Like Kevlar, they have high impact strength, prevailing over carbon, cause less problems during machining, as they are a natural product.

We can deliver carbon (fabric, roving, stocking) in the big cities of Ukraine, Europe, Asia and Africa.