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Solvay Cyply® 1002 Epoxy Fiberglass Composite, Unidirectional
Categories: Polymer; Thermoset; Epoxy

Material Notes: CYPLY® 1002 is a cured epoxy composite material based on a unique non-woven parallel filament construction. This type of construction minimizes filament stress abrasion that can shorten fatigue life in conventional reinforced plastics. CYPLY® 1002 uses type E continuous filament fiberglass. It is supplied as cured panels or cut to size shapes. CYPLY 1002 is available in unidirectional, crossply, or isotropic fiber orientation, each offering a different balance of properties.

Features and benefits include:

  • high impact strength
  • chemical and corrosion resistance
  • high strength-to-weight ratio
  • excellent fatigue life and high strain capability
  • low notch sensitivity
  • increased design options (springs to rail joints)
  • resistant to solvents and cleaning fluids
  • less downtime in harsh environments
  • weight reduction
  • greater capacity to store energy than 1060 spring steel
Information provided by Red Seal Electric Company.

Information provided by Cytec, subsequently acquired by Solvay.

Vendors:
Available Properties
  • Specific Gravity
  • Filler Content
  • Hardness, Barcol
  • Tensile Strength, Ultimate, 90° stress angle
  • Tensile Strength, Ultimate, 45° stress angle
  • Tensile Strength, Ultimate, 0° stress angle
  • Tensile Modulus, 45° stress angle
  • Tensile Modulus, 90° stress angle
  • Tensile Modulus, 0° stress angle
  • Flexural Strength, 90° stress angle
  • Flexural Strength, 45° stress angle
  • Flexural Strength, 0° stress angle
  • Flexural Modulus, 90° stress angle
  • Flexural Modulus, 45° stress angle
  • Flexural Modulus, 0° stress angle
  • Compressive Strength, 90° stress angle
  • Compressive Strength, 45° stress angle
  • Compressive Strength, 0° stress angle
  • Fatigue Strength, Flexural Fatigue (SN)
  • Fatigue Strength, Flexural Fatigue (SN)
  • Fatigue Strength, Flexural Fatigue (SN)
  • Fatigue Strength, Flexural Fatigue (SN)
  • Fatigue Strength, Flexural Fatigue (SN)
  • Fatigue Strength, Flexural Fatigue (SN)
  • Shear Modulus, ASTM D2344-76, Short Beam; 0° stress angle; span/depth 5:1
  • Volume Resistivity, 50% RH and at 90% RH
  • Insulation Resistance, 50% RH
  • Insulation Resistance, 50% RH
  • Insulation Resistance, 50% RH
  • Insulation Resistance, 90% RH
  • Insulation Resistance, 50% RH
  • Insulation Resistance, 90% RH
  • Dielectric Constant, 50% RH
  • Dielectric Constant, 50% RH
  • Dielectric Constant, 50% RH
  • Dielectric Constant, 50% RH
  • Dielectric Constant, 50% RH
  • Dielectric Constant, 90% RH
  • Dielectric Constant, 50% RH
  • Dielectric Constant, 50% RH
  • Dielectric Constant, 90% RH
  • Dielectric Constant, 90% RH
  • Dielectric Constant, 90% RH
  • Dielectric Constant, 50% RH
  • Dielectric Strength, 50% RH
  • Dissipation Factor, 50% RH
  • Dissipation Factor, 50% RH
  • Dissipation Factor, 50% RH
  • Dissipation Factor, 50% RH
  • Dissipation Factor, 50% RH
  • Dissipation Factor, 50% RH
  • Dissipation Factor, 90% RH
  • Dissipation Factor, 50% RH
  • Dissipation Factor, 90% RH
  • Dissipation Factor, 90% RH
  • Dissipation Factor, 90% RH
  • Dissipation Factor, 50% RH
  • Arc Resistance, with filaments; 50% RH and at 90% RH
  • Arc Resistance, across filaments; 50% RH and at 90% RH
  • CTE, linear, ASTM D696-42T, parallel to all filaments
  • CTE, linear, Transverse to Flow, ASTM D696-42T, perpendicular to all filaments
  • Specific Heat Capacity
  • Thermal Conductivity, on 1 inch thick isotropic laminate
  • Thermal Conductivity, on 1 inch thick isotropic laminate
  • Thermal Conductivity, on 1 inch thick isotropic laminate
  • Thermal Conductivity, on 1 inch thick isotropic laminate
  
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Solvay, former Rhodia Engineering Plastics

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Plastic

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