Heavy Duty Locking Telescopic Carbon Fiber Pole 3K Telescoping Carbon Fiber Tubes
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|Minimum Order Quantity :
|Packaging Details :
|Normal Corrugated Carton Packing for International Shipment
|Delivery Time :
|7 working days after receiving Order Pay
|Payment Terms :
|T/T, Western Union, L/C
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|Carbon Fiber Telescopic Pole
|100% Carbon Fiber
|Carbon 3K 200 Gr / M2 Fabric Twill 2x2 (Twill)
|Glossy, Matte, Smooth, Or With Threads (more Wear-resistant)
|Cleaning Equipment, Industrial Equipment, Etc.
|Orientation Of The Fibers:
High Modulus Carbon Fiber Extension Pole,
Lever Clamps Carbon Fiber Extension Pole,
Epoxy Resin Carbon Fiber Telescopic Pole
High Modulus Lightweight Carbon Fiber Extension Pole with Lever Clamps
Telescoping tube assemblies are constructed from twill/uni carbon fiber tubes. Both rigid and lightweight, the standard line of telescoping tubes provides great versatility due to the breadth of diameter and length options. The clamp-style tube connectors are appropriate for both high bending and high axial load applications and are user-adjustable to ensure the adequate clamping force is provided and repeatable without the need for further adjustments in the field.
Carbon Fiber Telescopic Pole Perfect for:
- Filming (image and sound).
Carbon fiber is an electrically conductive material, so you have to take into account the necessary preventive measures depending on its use. It is recommended to use the fiberglass grip section to serve as an insulator.
High Modulus Carbon
100% Pure Carbon Fiber
3K Plain Weave
3K Twill Weave
Long Service Life
|Window cleaning pole, photography/camera pole, flag pole, antenna mast, tent pole, fishing pole, etc.
The main purpose of carbon fiber is to compound with resin, metal, ceramics, and carbon as reinforcing materials to make advanced composite materials. Carbon fiber-reinforced epoxy resin composites have the highest strength and specific modulus among existing engineering materials. Carbon fiber's high-temperature resistance ranks first among all chemical fibers.
The density of carbon fiber is less than 1/4 of that of steel, generally, in the range of 1.5-2.0 g/cm³ and its tensile strength is 7-9 times that of steel, which can reach 1-7 GPa. Generally, the modulus of carbon fiber is more than three times that of traditional glass fiber, and the modulus of high-modulus carbon fiber can be as high as 700GPa. Moreover, carbon fiber has both the flexibility and processability of textile fiber.
What is carbon?
Carbon fiber is a fiber material used in combination with epoxy resin to make lightweight composites that are extremely strong and rigid. It is not only the specific strength and stiffness that make carbon fiber special, but also that the mechanical properties can be different in different directions due to the orientation of the laminated fibers.
The mechanical properties of metals, for example, are the same in all directions. By matching the fiber direction to the load-bearing requirements, structures can be made lighter, stronger, and more rigid. Given a good 3D design, a carbon fiber structure can be up to 40% to 70% lighter than a comparable aluminum or steel structure.