High strength to weigh ratio, fire resistive, low thermal expansion coefficient, and water absorption coefficient are entirely free from corrosion risk. Garolite is perfect for insulating parts and electric circuit boards.
Garolite G-10 At a Glance
|Process compatibility||Applications||Tolerances||Wall Thickness||Max Part Size||Strengths||Lead Time||Price|
|Electrical boards, jigs and fixtures, and engine mountings with a high decree of accuracy.||Not lower than ±0.125mm (±0.005″) based on the drawing ( ISO 2768)||Minimum 0.80 mm (0.03″), but this can change depending on the proportion of the wall thickness to the linear dimension.||200 x 80 x 100 cm||High strength to weigh ratio, fire resistive, low thermal expansion coefficient, and water absorption coefficient are completely free from corrosion risk.||Minimum 3 days. Not more than 10 days; for all complex parts.||$$$|
Introduction to Garolite G-10
The thermoset engineering material known as Garolite G-10 is created by mixing fiberglass with phenolic epoxy. It is a robust material with a high strength-to-weight ratio, excellent impact resistance, and low moisture absorption capacity. It also has outstanding Stiffness.
Garolite is suitable for electrical insulation due to its low thermal expansion and water absorption capacity. As a result, it is widely employed in producing electrical circuit boards. Also, it can be used to create complex shapes because of its high machinability properties.