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Mil-I-24768 & NEMA Specifications for Cotton Phenolic Rolled (convolute wound) Tubes - blog post image
  • Franklin Fibre Lamitex
  • 16 Apr 2019

Mil-I-24768 & NEMA Specifications for Cotton Phenolic Rolled (convolute wound) Tubes

Only 2 of the 4 cotton phenolic grades identified by the Mil-I-24768 and NEMA catalogue of materials have specifications for convolute wound (rolled ) tubes and they only have a limited number of performance properties (axial compression, density & moisture limitations and for LE dielectric strength). 

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Introducing Franklin Fibre eCommerce - blog post image
  • Franklin Fibre Lamitex
  • 22 Mar 2019

Introducing Franklin Fibre eCommerce

We are now proud to present an eCommerce aspect of our webpage!
Our Franplas® Safety Goggle retainer clips are now available for purchase online at you own convenience. We are also excited to introduce that orders over 25 pieces will be offered with free shipping! Thank you to all of our customers and we look forward to supporting your business inquiries in the future.  

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Interlaminar Bond Strength of Thermoset Composites - blog post image
  • Franklin Fibre Lamitex
  • 28 Nov 2018

Interlaminar Bond Strength of Thermoset Composites

Delamination is one of the major areas of failure for laminated composite materials and ‘Interlaminar stresses’ are the source of this failure. These ‘stresses’ can be caused by a number of factors including (but not limited to): internal voids / volatiles that are not properly removed during the laminating process, improper curing of resin, and the environmental conditions in its final application. Understanding the bond between laminations and amongst the resin molecules of thermosetting materials is essential in understanding how these composites are tested, and what applications are best for each. 

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