Tube - Square - Plain Weave - High Modulus - 0.005 Glass Weave Outer - 1.000 x 1.098 x 45 inch
55 Msi | 640 ksi Fiber ◾ Plain Weave Pattern ◾ Stiff & Lightweight
Features & Benefits
Carbon Fiber Material | Modulus, Strength | Benefits, Features & Notes
- Standard Modulus | 34 msi, 700 ksi | Good structural properties - Stiffer than aluminum - Readily available
- Intermediate Modulus | 42 msi, 825 ksi | Great structural properties - Highest strength option - Great balance of stiffness and strength
- High Modulus | 57 msi, 670 ksi | Very stiff - Good thermal conductivity / stability - Typically used in all 0° & 90° (or off-axis) plies throughout the ply sequence / laminate orientation.
- Ultra High Modulus | 94 msi, 414 ksi | Stiffest option available - Great thermal conductivity - Used primarily as 0° plies in combination with lower modulus / higher strength fibers in the 90° orientation to create a well-balanced and functional composite structure.
*Values listed above are reflective only of the fiber NOT the composite matrix (fiber + resin) and are listed only for tensile modulus and strength. ***Theoretical values are currently not available for this tube but testing can be performed upon request for a fee
|Materials||High Modulus Carbon|
|Shaped ID 2 (Flat to Flat)||1.000|
|Shaped OD 1 (Flat to Flat)||1.098|
|Shaped OD 2 (Flat to Flat)||1.098|
|Surface Finish (exterior)||Cello Wrap Gloss|
Radius of TubingThe inner and external corner radii are measured by hand with a radius gauge with no tolerance called out.
- Internal Radius: 5/32"
- External Radius: 15/64"
We cannot supply theoretical values for this tube at this time. For specification sheets and other data we can supply please review our Technical Spec page.
SKU : 25509-HM Rev A
- 0° Fibers maximize bending stiffness. Consider bending the tube over your knee.
- 45° Fibers maximize torsional stiffness. Typically plied together in an opposing manner, i.e. ±45°. Consider twisting the tube like a vehicle's driveshaft.
- 90° Fibers maximize crushing stiffness and generally assist in overall tube strength. Consider laying the tube on the ground and stepping on it.