Glass Fiber rod tapering Product Description
Glass Fiber rod tapering Glass fiber Pultrusion process rod tapering is a new type of composite material processing technology, which is widely used in the automotive, aerospace, shipbuilding, rail transit and other industries. It is mainly used to produce glass fiber reinforced plastic (GFRP) composite materials, which are lightweight, high strength and corrosion resistance.
The Pultrusion process is a continuous production process. It uses glass fiber rovings as reinforcement materials, and plastic resins as matrix materials. During the process, the glass fiber rovings are impregnated with plastic resins and then pulled through a heated die to form profiles with a desired cross-section shape. The profiles are then cooled and cut to the desired length.
Glass fiber Pultrusion process rod tapering can produce profiles with different shapes and sizes according to different requirements. It can also be used to produce profiles with complex shapes, such as round, square, rectangular, etc., which are difficult to produce by other methods.
The main advantages of the Pultrusion process are: high production efficiency, good product quality, low material consumption, light weight and good processability. In addition, this process has good environmental protection performance because it can reduce the use of metals and save resources.
In summary, Glass fiber Pultrusion process rod tapering is a very promising composite material processing technology. It can be widely used in various fields of national economy and people’s livelihood, and has important application values.
|Glass Fiber Type||E-glass, S-glass, A-glass, C-glass, or R-glass|
|Rod Diameter||Typically 1.2 mm to 40 mm (0.05 in to 1.57 in)|
|Tapering Ratio||Typically 1:6 to 1:12|
|Length||Variable, typically up to 100 meters (328 feet) per roll|
|Coating||Epoxy, polyester, vinyl ester, or phenolic resin|
|Tensile Strength||Typically 250 to 900 MPa (36 to 128 ksi)|
|Modulus of Rupture||Typically 15 to 60 GPa (2.1 to 8.6 ksi)|
|Water Absorption||Typically less than 0.5% by weight|
|Flammability||V-0 or V-1 according to UL standards|
Pultrusion process Glass Fiber rod tapering is a widely used composite material processing technology, which is mainly used to produce glass fiber reinforced plastic (GFRP) composite materials. It has good performance characteristics such as high strength, lightweight, corrosion resistance, etc., and is widely used in automotive, aerospace, shipbuilding, rail transit and other industries.
In the automotive industry, Pultrusion process Glass Fiber rod tapering can be used to produce car body parts, such as car roofs, doors, bumpers, etc. These parts are lightweight and can improve the fuel efficiency and handling stability of the car. In addition, Pultrusion process Glass Fiber rod tapering can also be used to produce interior parts of the car, such as the steering wheel, seats and dashboard, etc., which have high strength and corrosion resistance.
In the aerospace industry, Pultrusion process Glass Fiber rod tapering can be used to produce aircraft structural parts, such as wings, fuselages and tail sections. These parts require high strength and lightweight materials to meet the requirements of flight performance. Pultrusion process Glass Fiber rod tapering can provide high-performance composite materials with good processability and stability.
In addition, Pultrusion process Glass Fiber rod tapering can also be used in shipbuilding, rail transit and other industries. For example, it can be used to produce ship hulls and propellers, which require high strength and corrosion resistance materials. In the rail transit industry, Pultrusion process Glass Fiber rod tapering can be used to produce train body parts and interior parts to improve the safety and comfort of the train.
In summary, Pultrusion process Glass Fiber rod tapering has a wide range of applications in various fields of the national economy and people’s livelihood. It provides high-performance composite materials with good processability and stability, and has important application values in automotive, aerospace, shipbuilding, rail transit and other industries.
Glass fiber rod tapering is a process that transforms standard glass fiber rods into precision-shaped components. This process offers several advantages.
Firstly, glass fiber rod tapering allows for the production of components with complex shapes and dimensions that would be difficult or impossible to achieve through other manufacturing methods. This precision shaping enables improved performance and functionality in a wide range of applications.
Secondly, glass fiber rod tapering can enhance the mechanical properties of the components. The process involves compressing and shaping the glass fibers, which results in a more robust and stronger structure. This increased strength and toughness means that the components can withstand higher loads and stresses, making them more suitable for demanding applications.
Thirdly, glass fiber rod tapering can improve the aesthetic appeal of the components. The precision shaping and smooth surface finish obtained through the process can enhance the overall appearance and quality of the components. This is particularly important in applications where appearance and finish are critical, such as in the automotive and aerospace industries.
Fourthly, glass fiber rod tapering can provide a cost-effective solution for the production of components. The process utilizes existing glass fiber rods, which are widely available and relatively inexpensive. In addition, the use of automated machines and production techniques can reduce labor costs and improve production efficiency.
Finally, glass fiber rod tapering is a versatile process that can be used with a wide range of glass fiber rods and resin systems. This allows for tailor-made solutions for specific applications, ensuring optimal performance and meeting specific design requirements.
In summary, glass fiber rod tapering offers several key advantages, including precision shaping, enhanced mechanical properties, improved aesthetics, cost-effectiveness, and versatility. These advantages make it an attractive option for a range of applications, including automotive, aerospace, industrial, and consumer goods sectors.
Customize The Diameter
OD(mm) OD（inch） OD(mm) OD（inch） OD(mm) OD（inch） 1.9 0.074 2 0.079 3 0.118 4 0.157 5 0.197 6 0.236 7 0.276 8 0.315 9 0.354 10 0.393 12 0.472 12.7 0.5 14 0.551 15 0.59 16 0.63 18 0.708 20 0.787 21.5 0.85 22 0.866 25.4 1 28 1.1 30 1.181 32 1.26 38 1.496 40 1.57 42 1.653 45 1.771 50 1.968 52 2.047 55 2.165
Customize the color
We can match any color based on standard color codes or provided samples.
We also offer various post-processing services for fiberglass rods, including sharpening, drilling, chamfering, rounding, slot cutting and more.
Packaging and shipping
To ensure the product reaches our customers intact, we will apply impact-resistant cushioning material around vulnerable areas of the base board, providing protection during transit.