Phenolics are the result of polymerization between layers of paper, canvas, linen, or glass cloth impregnated with synthetic thermosetting resins. These industrial laminates are a popular alternative to acrylic, because of its high resistance to flexing.
The base material (paper, linen cotton, cotton canvas, or glass cloth) and resin combination used is dependent upon the intended application of the finished product. Physical strength, resiliency, ease and versatility of fabrication, and excellent electrical properties make phenolics useful as support components in a wide range of mechanical and electrical applications.
X/XX/XXX Paper Base Phenolic: The “X” designations generally distinguish manufacturing processes which result in different levels of electrical properties (i.e., dielectric strengths). Paper-based phenolics with enhanced mechanical and electrical properties are available in a variety of sheet, rod, and tube sizes.
Certifies to NEMA X per MIL-I-24768/12 PBM; NEMA XX per MIL-I-24768/11 PBG; NEMA XXX per MIL-I-24768/10 PBE.
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At a Glance
Generic Name Phenolics, Paper Reinforced
Available In Sheet, Rod, Tube
Certifications NEMA X per MIL-I-24768/12 PBM; NEMA XX per MIL-I-24768/11 PBG; NEMA XXX per MIL-I-24768/10 PBE
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Water Absorption, 24 hrs
Tensile Strength – Lengthwise
Tensile Strength – Crosswise
Flexural Strength – Lengthwise
Flexural Strength – Crosswise
Flexural Modulus – Lengthwise
Flexural Modulus – Crosswose
Hardness, Rockwell R
IZOD Impact Strength Notched – Lengthwise
IZOD Impact Strength Notched – Crosshwise
Coefficient of Linear Thermal Expansion – Lengthwise
(x 10⁻⁵ in./in./°F)
Coefficient of Linear Thermal Expansion – Crosswise
Max Operating Temp
H – B
Dielectric Strength, 1/8″ th.
Dielectric Constant @ 1 MHz
Dissipation Factor @ 1 MHz
NOTE: The property values presented above are typical values intended for reference and comparison purposes only. They should NOT be used as a basis for design specifications or quality control. Contact us for manufacturers’ complete material property datasheets. All values at 73°F (23°C) unless otherwise noted.