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Carbon Fabrics

Special weaving patterns and exceptional features of the source carbon fiber provide fabric of UMATEX Group with optimum properties in specific applications.

Fabrics

Description

Carbon fabrics are high-tech textiles that show superior properties.

Carbon fabrics of UMATEX Group feature high tensile strength and resistance to the majority of chemically aggressive substances.

Carbon fabrics of UMATEX Group allow to achieve excellent mechanical performance in plastics and create intricate shapes.


UMT-based fabrics are good for reinforcement of various surfaces and production of high-strength plastics. Applications include:

Unidirectional fabrics


Unidirectional carbon tapes are carbon fabric with at least 85% of the filaments arranged in the same direction. Thin glass, aramid, or hot melt fibers are used as weft (cross fibers). This structure supports the high tensile strength of the carbon tape and makes it a relevant material in demand for construction and many other applications.

Strongest in one direction

Bidirectional fabrics


Bidirectional carbon fabrics are made with fibers arranged at 0 and 90 degrees. These fabrics show their highest strength in two directions. Bidirectional carbon fabrics can have various weaving patterns, twill and plain among them being our primary focus.

Strongest in two directions

Multiaxial fabrics


Multiaxial fabrics are textile materials made of several layers of high-strength composite fibers stitched together with thin threads. Multiaxial fabric can be carbon, glass, basalt, and hybrid according to the source fibers.

Strongest in several directions

Flat Tapes


Carbon fiber filaments are arranged exactly parallel to each other in unidirectional non-woven materials. The proprietary fiber flattening technology ensures a uniform distribution of all filaments across the same plane to support unequalled physical and mechanical performance.

Fibers are held together with glass scrim and/or binder.

Strongest in one direction

Decorative fabrics


Decorative fabrics have extraordinary patterns and fancy figures on their surface due to intricate weaving.

Visually attractive