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tech work

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jamie satterthwaite

on 5 May 2010

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Tufnols ( Laminate plastics) Polypropylene PP Polycarbonate PC Thermoplastics Acrylic Nylon Tufnols is a range of themoplastics and laminate materials and resins used for engeneering applications Fabric Laminates Carp Brand TUFNOL is a top quality grade for mechanical and electromechanical applications. It is made from a premium quality fine weave cotton fabric which has been specially treated to enhance the machinability and other properties. Strong, with good wear resistance, it has excellent machining qualities and low water absorption, with good dimensional stability. Laminated paper Laminated glass fabrics Phenolic paper laminated plastics are strong, rigid and very economical. They have good electrical insulating properties and are used in a wide range of electrical installations in equipment where rigid electrical insulation is required.

This group includes glass fabric reinforced laminated plastics with wide-ranging properties, mostly determined by the types of resin used to bond the laminations. These materials are generally characterised by very high strength properties, good temperature resistance and good dimensional stability.

Bearing materials TUFNOL bearing materials are widely used where tough, wear-resistant components are needed. They give good service under a very wide range of operating conditions, including continuous temperatures from cryogenic levels to well over 100°C and in a wide variety of situations where resistance to corrosion is needed.

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