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ATA Chopped Carbon Fiber
ATA Chopped Carbon Fiber  
The parameters  
Model:ACF Specifications:3mm、6mm、9mm、12mm
Size Type:No sizing, PU, PA, Epoxy, Water dispersible etc. Size Concentration:Customize possibility
Main technical characteristics:  

ATA chopped carbon fibers are mainly used to enhance the mechanical properties of thermoplastic resins. In addition, the good electrical conductivity of carbon fiber achieves an electromagnetic shielding (EMI) and anti static electricity in a variety of applications. These properties establish ACIH® chopped carbon fibers for use in housing components of electrical appliances or injection molded parts in mechanical engineering and automotive industry. ACIH® chopped fibers are supplied in a variety of sizes to be used, apart from thermoplastic resins, with thermoset resin and in water-based processes.

 

Products

 

Product Code

Size level

Size type

Bulk Density (g/l)

Application

ACF-HT100

3-50MM

No sizing

water

-

Water dispersible

ACF-HT200

3-50MM

3-4%

Water dispersible

250-350

Water dispersible

ACF-HT300

3-50MM

1-1.3%

Epoxy

250

Thermoset resin

ACF-HT400

3-50MM

1-3%

PU

500

Thermoplastics

ABS,PC, PA, PBT, PET, POM, PPO,LCP

ACF-HT500

3-50MM

1-3%

PA

400

Thermoplastics

PA, PBT,PPS

ACF-HT600

3-50MM

2-10%

Rubber

400

Various rubber

ACF-HT700

3-50MM

1.2-2.0%

Hi-temp. size

420

Hi-temp.thermoplastics PEEK, PEI,PPS, PSU,PES

 

 

ATA offer the below products and service for the industry

 

-          High performance price chopped products

-          OEM for carbon fiber manufactures

-          Tailor made production for specified application

-          Developing the new application for chopped fiber

-          Research the mechanism of performance and function, create new materials

 

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