Sunday, March 27, 2011

high-capacity thread materials

The basalt, the basic material of the basalt fiber comes directly from the inside of the earth: thin-liquid magma poor in silicic acid resigns in the earth's surface and cools off relatively fast to basalt lava. Again huge heat is necessary for the next subsequent treatment: The fiber itself originates from liquid basalt glazes with about 1400°. In contrast to the carbon fiber the basalt fiber is not elongate, but is amorphous - like the fiberglass-. Also in qualities both materials are comparable.

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