Laminates are resistant to heat, water, chemicals, and electric current; making them effective for electrical insulation.

Laminates

  • G-10/FR4 Epoxy Glass

    Consisting of electrical grade epoxy resin systems combined with a variety of glass fabric substrates, these products come in low and high temperature versions. Low temperature thermoset epoxy/glass materials offer good chemical resistance and electrical properties under dry and humid conditions.
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  • Phenolic CE or LE

    This cost-effective line of products consists of multiple plies of various papers impregnated with phenolic resins and laminated under heat and pressure to produce a thermoset composite.
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  • Linen

    Phenolic/linen products offer a lower coefficient of thermal expansion than thermoplastic materials, as well as more strength and heat resistance than all but the most expensive thermoplastics. Applications include small gears, pulleys, rollers, guides, and other parts that are more intricate than those made with canvas grades.
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  • Canvas

    Phenolic/canvas composites can be used to make a variety of parts, including gears, pulleys, rollers, and guides.