Carbon-fiber reinforced plastics (CFRP)



Standardized products

Standardized products


Lightweight CFRP products offer excellent strength and rigidity.
CFRPs are made by combining carbon fibers, either with injection molding or autoclaving, with the base plastic chosen for the end application. This gives CFRP products excellent mechanical properties (high strength and high elasticity) along with their carbon-derived properties (low density, low expansion, heat resistance, wear resistance, chemical resistance, self-lubrication, and conductivity).


CFRP products began being used in the aerospace industry, for their light weight, strength, and rigidity, and are being used in many fields, including the next-generation automotive field.

Field Area Applications
Aerospace Aircraft Structural materials: main wings, vertical and horizontal stabilizers, ailerons, rudders, elevators
Interior materials: seats, tables
Other equipment: hydraulic cylinders, C/C brakes
Rockets Nozzle cones, motor casings
Satellites Antennas, tube truss structures, solar panels
Sports Fishing gear Fishing rods, reels
Golf Shafts, faces, heads
Racket sports Tennis rackets, Badminton rackets
Bicycles Frames, disk wheels, front forks
Maritime sports Yachts, cruisers, racing boats, masts
Others Baseball bats, skis, ski poles, kendo swords, Japanese bows, western bows, radio-controlled cars, table tennis, billiards, hockey sticks
Industrial materials Automotive Drive shafts, engine parts, spoilers, racing car bodies, suspension balls, shaft bearings, steering wheels
Railroad cars Linear induction motor train bodies, seats
Mechanical parts Inner rapiers, belt frames, leaf springs, machine tool heads, robot arms
High-speed rotors Centrifugal separator rotors, uranium enrichment tubes, various types of rollers, shafts, rayon pots
Electronic and electric parts Parabolic antennas, battery components, radars, audio speaker cones, computer parts
Wind generators Blades, nacelles
Pressure vessels Actuators, cylinders, compressed gas cylinders
Offshore oil excavation Risers, tethers
Chemical equipment Impellers, pipes, tanks, pit floors
Medical equipment Countertops, film cassettes, X-ray grids, wheelchairs
Civil engineering CF composite cables, concrete-reinforced materials
Office and business equipment Bearings, cams, gears, rollers, sliders, switches
Precision equipment Camera phone parts, lens drive gears, super-telephoto lens hoods
Corrosion-resistant equipment Pump parts, plant parts

Related products

Carbon dry bearings

Properties of KBB (kodaka, black, bush)

Material name KBB-O KBB-FP OS-55
Parameter Unit
Specific gravity   1.23 1.43 1.57
Tensile strength MPa 147 206 250
Tensile elongation % 4 1.8 5.7
Flexural strength MPa 226 284 376
Bending modulus GPa 7 23 15
Compressive strength MPa   240 213
Izod impact (notched) J/m 29 44 145
Rockwell hardness R scale 119 122 120
Deformation temperature °C 250°C< 260°C< 250°C<
Linear expansion coefficient /°C 0.000017 0.000021  
Volume resistivity Ω 105 104 1015
Structure   6/6PA + CF + additives PPS + CF + additives 6/6PA+ special GF 50 – 55%
Advantages   Reference standard, under middle conditions Quasi-reference standard, high-temperature resistance, chemical resistance High intensity, shock resistance
Material name KBB-0P KBB-FP(A) KBB-PSC20
Parameter Unit
Specific gravity   1.28 1.62 1.44
Tensile strength MPa 206 192 190
Tensile elongation % 2.5 2 2
Flexural strength MPa 333 265 277
Bending modulus GPa 16 20 12
Compressive strength MPa 167    
Izod impact (notched) J/m 88 49 88
Rockwell hardness R scale 121 122 122
Deformation temperature °C 255°C< 260°C< 222°C<
Linear expansion coefficient /°C 0.000011 0.000016 0.000013
Volume resistivity Ω 104 104 105
Structure   6/6PA + CF + additives PPS + CF + additives + sliding PES + CF + additives
Advantages   More CF than KBB-O, high intensity High sliding, low µ, improves on the sliding performance of KBB-FP High-temperature dimensional stability, little strength variations with temperature changes
Material name KBB-PSG30 KBB-MCP30 KBB-PD6
Parameter Unit
Specific gravity   1.67 1.42 1.43
Tensile strength MPa 137 81 234
Tensile elongation % 2 1 2
Flexural strength MPa 186 108 324
Bending modulus GPa 9 12 18
Compressive strength MPa     192
Izod impact (notched) J/m 88 39 78
Rockwell hardness R scale 98   123
Deformation temperature °C 217°C< 98°C< 260°C<
Linear expansion coefficient /°C 0.000023   0.0000093
Volume resistivity Ω 1015 30-1 103
Structure   PES + GF + additives PC + special CF + α PEEK + CF + additive
Advantages   High-temperature dimensional stability, little strength variations with temperature changes (inferior to KBB-PSC20) High conductivity, high shielding (on par with metals) High chemical resistance, high toughness, high sliding performance


What are carbon dry bearings?
They are carbon-fiber composite plastic bearings.
Our proprietary carbon-fiber composite plastic is made by combining very strong, highly elastic carbon fibers with strong, heat-resistant engineering plastics and then blending in additives to produce dramatically improved resistance to wear and abrasion.
Are order-made products available?
Yes. We take fully custom orders, including materials development and sizes, in addition to standard products.
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