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PhenolicPhenolics are the result of polymerization between layers of paper, canvas, linen, or glass cloth impregnated with synthetic thermosetting resins. This laminated material is a popular alternative to acrylic because of its high resistance to flexing.

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Types of Phenolic

Phenolics Glass Reinforced

Woven glass with resin (epoxy, melamine, polyimide, or silicone) variations are dependent upon the intended end-use application.

Phenolics Glass Reinforced
Phenolics Paper Reinforced

Paper with phenolic provides low cost electrical and mechanical properties well-suited for normal electrical applications requiring moderate mechanical strength.

Phenolics Paper Reinforced
Phenolics Cotton Canvas Reinforced

Cotton with phenolic provides more mechanical strength than paper grades. Medium weave cotton canvas C/CE phenolic is known primarily for it’s mechanical properties.

Phenolics Cotton Canvas Reinforced
Phenolics Cotton Linen Reinforced

Fine weave cotton linen and, like canvas phenolic, is known for it’s mechanical properties, although the finer weave allows better machinability than provided by the “C” and “CE” grades.

Phenolics Cotton Linen Reinforced
Phenolics Nylon Reinforced

Phenolic resin on a woven nylon fabric substrate offers good impact strength and excellent electrical properties under high humidity conditions.

Phenolics Nylon Reinforced

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