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Short overview of different materials:

Aramid: The fibres are distinguished by their high stability, high impact strength, high breaking elongation, good vibration damping properties and resistance to acidic and alkaline solutions and is therefore heat- and fire resistant. Aramid fibres don’t melt at elevated temperatures, but begin to carbonize at the temperature of 400° C. This material in form of tapes, cords or sleeves can be used when highest demands and security are required.


Basalt: Tolerates continuous operating temperature von -260°C to +750°C and can be used in areas with highest thermal requirements, is also perfect for plastics reinforcement.


Carbon: CFK (Carbon reinforced plastics) is manifold used in many branches of the industry vielfaltig, i.e. in aerospace, automotive manufacture or in sports equipment manufacture, such as bicycle frames, tennis rackets or fishing rods. Tapes, cords or sleeves are used in multiple areas.


Seal cords: Seal cords (also called Roving) are traditionally made out of glass fibre but can also be braided of aramid, carbon or material combinations (so called hybrides). Additional information you can find here.


Glass fibre: It is the most common reinforcing material for fibre-compound materials; glass fibre is a reasonably priced material which is known for its outstanding mechanical, thermal, dielectric and chemical properties. Tapes, cords and sleeves are applied in different components of fibre compounds and can be used for isolation purposes.


Hybrid: Hybride is defined as “something bundled, crossed, or mixed”. In braiding technology terms we speak here of sleeves or tapes, produced from no less than 2 different materials, i.e. carbon and aramid. Additional information can be found here.


Natural fibres, metal yarns, monofilament, special yarns:

It does not matter if you search for cotton, polyamid, copper or special yarns. There is no (almost) material that we can’t have braided. Tell us here how we could help you.

Braided glass with silicone extrusion (GLSE): Manufactured in accordance with EN 60684-3-400 through 402, while EN 60684-3-401 is as Standard produced. Complies with insulation class „C“ (-60°C to +220°C continuous temperature). Dielectric strength is 3,3 kV. UV-stable, suitable for use in tropical climate and is RoHS compliant.


Braided glass with silicone impregnation (Gi): Flat, impregnated with silicon are these sleeves firm and suitable for thermal application area between -60°C and +220°C. Above these temperatures will the compound evaporate, the glass will remain intact up to the temperature of verwendete +500°C. It is also suitable for use as tapes. RoHS compliant.


Braided glass with silicone coating (GSE):

Manufactured in accordance with EN 60684-3-400 bis 402 (earlier DIN 40620) with EN 60684-3-401 being the standard. Continuous heat stability from -60°C to +220°C. Dielectric strength is 3,3 kV. UV-stable, suitable for use in tropical climate and is RoHS compliant.


Braided glass with polyurethan coating (GU): Manufactured in accordance with EN 60684-3-409 and complies with insulation class „F“ (-30°C bis +155°C). Dielectric strength is 4 kV. Suitable for use in tropical climate and is RoHS compliant.


Glass fibre round-impregnated (SV51): Braided of E-Glass and round-impregnated, so the edges are almost non-fraying. Continuous heat stability from +500°C. RoHS compliant.


Glass fibre round-impregnated and with polyurethan impregnation (SV13): Round-impregnated glass fibre, hence firm. Manufactured in accordance with EN 60684-3-409, thermal application from -30°C to +155°C and dielectric strength up to 0.5 kV.


Artificial silk (Rayon) with polyurethan coating (RD): Manufactured in accordance with EN 60684-3-409 and complies with insulation class „B“ (-30°C bis +130°C). Dielectric strength dpends on the wall tickness and can amount up to 3 kV.


PVC-Sleeves without fabrics: Manufactured in accordance with DIN 40621, with 3 insulation classes: Y (up to +90°C), A (up to +105°C) and E (+120°C). Durchschlagsfestigkeit Dielectric strength dpends on the wall tickness and can amount up to 5 kV as a standard. RoHS compliant.


Silicone sleeve without fabrics (SE): Manufactured in accordance with EN 60684-3-121 through 124. Sleeves comply with the insulation class „C“ (-60°C up to +220°C continuous temperatures) with a dielectric strength of more than 10kV (depending on construction). UV-stable, suitable for use in tropical climate and RoHS compliant.

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