Thermoset Laminate Grades
These are a type of insulating material used in electrical and mechanical applications. These materials’ grades are classified based on their mechanical and electrical properties. Also, as well as their thermal stability and chemical resistance.
The classification of grades is based on their properties. These cater to meet specific performance requirements in different applications. For example, G-10 and G-11 grades are used in high-stress applications. These include electrical insulators and structural components in the aerospace and marine industries. FR-4 grades are used in applications that need flame-retardant properties. These include printed circuit boards in electronic devices. These properties are tailored to meet specific performance requirements in various applications.
Some of the thermoset laminate grades are: -G-10: A grade of thermoset laminate that is made of woven fiberglass impregnated with epoxy resin. It is known for its high mechanical strength, low water absorption, and good electrical insulation properties. -G-11: A grade of thermoset laminate that is similar to G-10 but with a higher operating temperature and better chemical resistance. -FR-4: A grade of thermoset laminate that is made of woven fiberglass impregnated with flame-retardant epoxy resin. It is known for its good mechanical strength, electrical insulation, and flame-retardant properties.