Phenolic resin is a type of synthetic thermosetting polymer. It is also called Phenolic Formaldehyde Resin. It is formed by reacting phenol and formaldehyde under optimum temperature and pressure. This process creates an enduring phenolic plate that is moldable into distinct shapes. It finds extensive use in various industrial applications.
In this article, we’ll discuss the importance, history, properties, manufacturing process, types, and environmental aspects of phenolic resin.
In this blog post, we will discuss the classification of insulating material in detail. Additionally, we also go through its properties, applications, and future challenges in this modern world.
As a result, although Bakelite, the world’s first synthetic plastic, has a serious impact on our lives, it also has important environmental consequences. Bakelite waste is not biodegradable. The production process requires energy. It produces significant waste, including hazardous chemicals that pollute the air and water.
Fiberglass is a composite material comprising glass fiber as a reinforcement and epoxy are matrices during composite formation. The glass fibers are generally woven into the fabric, having a weight per square yard. Epoxy fiberglass formation depends upon the type of weave and the type of glass. Several kinds of epoxy resins and epoxy-related products are available.
In this article, you will know some basic information about bakelite sheet. Such as its properties, manufacturing and application.
FR-4 is the most widely used substrate material for printed circuit boards. The goal of this post is to shed light on the properties and use cases of FR-4 as base material for printed circuit boards. Hopefully, this discussion will help you make informed decisions.
This article will tell you how to choose textolite material.
These G11 sheets are exported to Spain. Fenhar G11, another call is EPGC203, is made of epoxy fiberglass and pure epoxy resin. It could keep excellent strength and electrical performance even in high temperatures and humid working situations. Besides G11, we also could produce CCL, GPO3, G10, FR4, textolite, bakelite and so on. If you…