Fiberglass composite TC1225carbon fiberaramid fiberthermoplastic resin

fiberglass composite
fiberglass composite
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fiberglass, carbon fiber, aramid fiber
thermoplastic resin
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for the aerospace industry


Product description Toray Cetex® TC1225 is a a high-end thermoplastic composite material, utilizing a semi-crystalline engineered PAEK resin for excellent mechanical performance. The distinctive value of Toray Cetex® TC1225 over other composites with a PAEK family matrix is its superior processability due to a low melt viscosity and reduction in processing temperature. Toray Cetex® TC1225 doesn’t only yield a high-quality product used in ATL/AFP processes, it speeds up cycle times enabling cost-efficient production in all available formats. Additionally, Toray Cetex® TC1225 is an ideal composite to be overmolded with neat or short fiber reinforced PEEK resin, creating a very strong bond. Overmolding, integrating continuous fiber reinforced composites in an injection molding process, combines the strength of high-end composites with the design freedom and complexity of injection molding parts. Toray Cetex® TC1225 is available as a UD tape, a fabric prepreg, and as reinforced thermoplastic laminates (RTLs) of varying thicknesses. RTLs can be equipped with lightning strike protection, and carbon reinforced RTLs can be supplied with a thin glass top layer to protect a partly metallic assembly against galvanic corrosion. Glass scrim is also applicable in structures made from UD tape. Product benefits/features Lower processing temperature with good high temperature performance May be overmolded with PEEK for final part Very good CAI properties 282 MPa (40.9 ksi) Ideal for structural applications Market segments Medical Aircraft Interiors Aerostructures
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