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Ensure the correct ablative characteristics with our composite tubing.

Keep your rocket motor cool! Whether your motor fuel burns at 2,000°F for 10 seconds or 5,000°F for 20 seconds - we have a motor casing for you!

  • Lamitex® materials are certified to military specifications.
  • Laminated tubes are used for motor or charge casings, liner tubes, nozzle carriers, boosters, moon burners, and rocket charge liners.
  • Lamitex® phenolic paper-based tubing (Grade XX) is the preferred material for flare charge casings. and the majority of short burn out applications.
  • Lamitex® glass reinforced phenolic (G3) will yield superior mechanical characteristics.
  • Lamitex® glass reinforced polyimide (G30) will operate at even higher temperatures than (G3).
Franklin has provided the best phenolic material for rocket motors in the industry for many years. Our Lamitex® XX grade is the most common choice among quick burnout propulsions. This paper-based phenolic material is light weight, yet versatile enough to be machined to custom sizes for all types of rocket motors. For more on Lamitex® XX and our other rocket motor liners check out our blog on the topic.

Curious about the thermal conductivity of these materials? . Please note that these materials were tested in accordance to the military specification Mil-I-24768.
Franklin is registered with the Directorate of Defense Controls (DTCC) and is compliant with the Arms Export Control Act (AECA) and the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR Part 122).

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