Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic CFRP replaces traditional steel and plastic parts for high-performance racing and sports cars. They are weaved into strands that are bonded together with resin to increase their strength, cured, and then cut into the shapes of parts which are needed.

Carbon fiber-reinforced polymers (CFRP), also known as carbon fiber, carbon composite, or just carbon, are extremely strong and light fiber-reinforced plastics that contain carbon fibers. CFRPs can be expensive to produce but are commonly used wherever high strength-to-weight ratio and stiffness (rigidity) are required, such as in aerospace, superstructures of ships, automotive, civil engineering, sports equipment, and an increasing number of consumer and technical applications.

CFRP are composite materials. In this case, the composite consists of two parts: a matrix and a reinforcement. In CFRP the reinforcement is carbon fiber, which provides its strength. The matrix is usually a polymer resin, such as epoxy, to bind the reinforcements together. Because CFRP consists of two distinct elements, the material properties depend on these two elements.

Reinforcement gives CFRP its strength and rigidity, measured by stress and elastic modulus respectively. Unlike isotropic materials like steel and aluminium, CFRP has directional strength properties.

Our carbon fiber products are handcrafted by A-grade carbon fiber material and are manufactured by vacuum infusion process, these processes are 10-20% lighter than the traditional rolling method. This improved the looking of the product’s underside as well as improved its durability.

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