How to make carbon fiber?


Published:

Mar 24,2023

Carbon fiber material is wrapped in layers of carbon cloth, with adhesive between each layer. It is pre oxidized in air at 200 to 300 ℃, then carbonized under inert gas protection at a high temperature of about 1000 ℃, and finally heated to 1500 to 3000 ℃ to form carbon fiber. Viscose is toxic, and carbon fiber debris is very fine, which can seriously affect health if inhaled into the lungs. It is not recommended to use this product yourself Carbon fiber is a new type of fiber material with high strength and high modulus fibers with a carbon content of over 95%. It is a microcrystalline graphite material obtained by stacking organic fibers such as flake graphite microcrystals along the axial direction of the fibers and undergoing carbonization and graphitization treatment. Carbon fiber is "flexible outside and rigid inside", lighter in weight than aluminum metal, but higher in strength than steel. It has corrosion resistance and high modulus characteristics, and is an important material in national defense, military industry, and civil applications.

Carbon fiber material is wrapped in layers of carbon cloth, with adhesive between each layer. It is pre oxidized in air at 200 to 300 ℃, then carbonized under inert gas protection at a high temperature of about 1000 ℃, and finally heated to 1500 to 3000 ℃ to form carbon fiber. Viscose is toxic, and carbon fiber debris is very fine, which can seriously affect health if inhaled into the lungs. It is not recommended to use this product yourself
Carbon fiber is a new type of fiber material with high strength and high modulus fibers with a carbon content of over 95%. It is a microcrystalline graphite material obtained by stacking organic fibers such as flake graphite microcrystals along the axial direction of the fibers and undergoing carbonization and graphitization treatment. Carbon fiber is "flexible outside and rigid inside", lighter in weight than aluminum metal, but higher in strength than steel. It has corrosion resistance and high modulus characteristics, and is an important material in national defense, military industry, and civil applications.