Glass-Reinforced Epoxy: G-10, FR-4 & G-11

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Lamitex glass epoxy material maintains high mechanical, electrical and thermal strength at elevated & cryogenic temperatures

  • Lamitex G-11 tubing meets Mil-I-24768/3.
  • Lamitex G-10/FR-4 tubing meets Mil-I-24768/2. Curious about the difference between G10 & FR4? Check out our Technical Blog on the topic!
  • Lamitex G-10/FR-4 tubing is UL listed.
  • Lamitex G10/FR-4 has excellent electrical insulation and chemical resistance properties.
  • We specialize in machining these materials, and have 5th-axis capabilities.
  • Lamitex grade G-10 & G11 CR are often used for thin walled cryogenic applications.
  • All glass based tubes available in standard 48" trimmed lengths and 63" trimmed lengths available upon request.
  • Random lengths not required giving guaranteed yields
  • Heavy walled glass/epoxy tubes in all grades available for demanding applications.
  • Small diameters available (from .118" inside diameter up to large 49.2" inside diameter).
  • Regularly produce large and small quantity orders.
  • Franklin maintains a full line of CNC lathes and turning centers to produce high quality fabricated parts from glass epoxy tubing.  Common component parts are adapter tubes, anti-static bolt sleeves, actuators, high-temperature insulators, neck tubes and many other applications
Lamitex G10, FR4, G11 & FR5 are glass reinforced composites with specialized epoxy resin matrices that give them the mechanical, electrical and thermal strengths to work in extreme environments.

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