SynProf – FRP Profiles Fibre Glass Reinforced Profiles (FRP)

FRP profiles are manufactured via endless pultrusion and are based on an unsaturated polyester resin reinforced with approx. 65 % fibre glass.

FRP profiles have excellent properties:

  • high mechanical resistance
  • good heat and cold resistance
  • high impact strength
  • high damping against mechanical vibrations
  • good chemical resistance
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Application

FRP profiles are generally used, e.g., as slot closures in electric machines and other electronic sectors. They provide exceptional advantages in applications with high thermal and mechanical stress.

Standards

RoHS compliant according to 2011/65/EU

Delivery forms

Standard length 1 m, bundle contains 100 pieces

Dimensions in mm
3.0 x 2.0     6.0 x 3.0
3.0 x 3.0     7.0 x 2.0
4.0 x 2.0     7.0 x 3.0
4.0 x 3.0     7.0 x 4.0
5.0 x 2.0     7.0 x 5.0
5.0 x 3.0     8.0 x 3.0
5.0 x 4.0     8.0 x 4.0
6.0 x 2.0

Technical data

Mechanical
Property Unit of measure Values 
Bending strength longitudinal  MPa  350-800
Bending strength transversal  MPa  35-110
Tensile strength longitudinal  MPa  200-450
Tensile strength transversal  MPa  30-90
Compressive strength, transversal  100-300
Thermal
Property Unit of measure Values 
Thermal class    H
Heat conductivity  W/m*K  0.3
Coefficient of thermal expansion    15 - 25 x 10^16 /k
Electrical
Property Unit of measure Values 
Dielectric strength  kV/mm  5-10
Creep resistance    CTI 600
Dielectric constant (50 Hz)    < 5