Compoflex for Composites - Fibertex Nonwovens

By: Fibertex  11-11-2011

 Product

Material
type

Weight

Release
coating

Colour

Maximum use temperature

Process

Function

Compoflex
150

PP

150 g/m2

None/easy release

White

Release fabric

Release film

Compoflex
150 SB

PP

150 g/m2

None/easy release

Release fabric

Release film

Surface for Secondary bonding

Compoflex
150 RF

 PP/PET

250 g/m2

None/easy release

Release fabric

Release film

Flow mesh

Compoflex
150 RF SB

PP/PET

250 g/m2

None/easy release

Release fabric

Release film
Flow mesh

Surface for Secondary bonding

 Compoflex
250
 PP 250 g/m2 None/easy release 

White

Release fabric

Release film

150g breather (5 oz) 

 Compoflex
250 SB
 PP 250 g/m2 None/easy release 

White 

Release fabric

Release film

150g breather (5 oz)

Surface for Secondary bonding

Compoflex
400

PP

400 g/m2

None/easy release

Release fabric

Release film
300g breather (10 oz)

Compoflex
400 SB

PP

400 g/m2

None/easy release

Release fabric

Release film

300g breather (10 oz)

Surface for Secondary bonding


*Note: The melting point for polypropylen is 165°C (329°F) and our recommended working temperature is approx. 145°C (293°F). However,
we do have customers using Compoflex at 200°C (392°F). This is because Compoflex performs before the temperature exceeds
the melting point. Peeling is just as easy and the material becomes stable again. We recommend conducting a test on a small part
first.


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Excellent secondary bonding surface Compoflex® SB is designed to produce a surface ready for secondary bonding while maintaining the superior peeling properties of the standard Compoflex® products. Superior peeling properties The microporous surface and the low surface tension of PP nonwovens ensure that Compoflex® releases at one fifth of the force needed to peel conventional peel ply.