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Braided Sleeves

Biaxial sleeve is braided, rather than woven, and features cosmetics much like that of a 2x2 twill weave pattern. It can be slid over a prepared mandrel or cylinder to create straight or tapered tubing, and will completely conform to the shape of products with changing geometries, like prosthetics and hockey sticks. In doing so, braided sleeve improves overall performance, minimizes weight, and maximizes strength properties for a variety of unique applications.

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Braided Carbon Biaxial Sleeve
7.5 oz/sq yd, 2" Diameter, 0.011" Thick


These braided carbon biaxial sleeves feature the desirable cosmetics of a 2x2 twill pattern. They can be slid over a prepared mandrel or cylinder to create straight or tapered tubing. Braided sleeves will completely conform to the shape of products with changing geometries like prosthetics and hockey sticks, improving overall performance, minimizing weight, and maximizing the ultimate tensile strength of carbon.

The sleeves can be increased from their base diameter up to 30% and decreased up to 70%. This means that our 2" sleeve can be used in a single application ranging from 0.6" to 2.6" in diameter.

When inflated, braided reinforcement works much like a shark's body, orienting itself to the direction of force. This actually strengthens its outer skin, enabling it to withstand pressure and carry load, and to tolerate damage and fatigue. If a puncture does occur, the sleeve provides a slow, controlled failure, rather than a more damaging and potentially dangerous blowup.

Laying up sleeves is predictable, repeatable, and suitable for precise manufacture of composite parts. Braided sleeves are extremely resistant to cracks between layers, reducing the possibility of delaminating and increasing the strength of the product.

Fibre Glast is committed to ensuring that every roll of fabric we handle is First Quality and manufactured to the highest standards, so that you can expect the same properties and handling characteristics every time you order. 
2
2", 9.9 oz/sqyd, 0.018" thick


These KEVLAR® sleeves are highly impact and abrasion resistant. They can be slid over a prepared mandrel or cylinder to create straight or tapered tubing. In addition, braided sleeves will completely conform to the shape of products with changing geometries like prosthetics and hockey sticks, improving overall performance, minimizing weight, and maximizing the ultimate tensile strength of carbon.

The sleeves can be increased from their base diameter up to 30% and decreased up to 70%. This means that our 2" sleeve can be used in a single application ranging from 0.6" to 2.6" in diameter.

When inflated, braided reinforcement works much like a shark's body, orienting itself to the direction of force. This actually strengthens its outer skin, enabling it to withstand pressure and carry load, and to tolerate damage and fatigue. If a puncture does occur, the sleeve provides a slow, controlled failure, rather than a more damaging and potentially dangerous blowup.

Laying up sleeves is predictable, repeatable, and suitable for precise manufacture of composite parts. Braided sleeves are extremely resistant to cracks between layers, reducing the possibility of delaminating and increasing the strength of the product.

Fibre Glast is committed to ensuring that every roll of fabric we handle is First Quality and manufactured to the highest standards, so that you can expect the same properties and handling characteristics every time you order.

KEVLAR® Fabric is made with genuine DuPont™ KEVLAR® fiber. DuPont™ and KEVLAR® are registered trademarks of E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company and are used with permission. 
2
10.4 oz/sq yd, 2" Diameter, 0.011" Thick


Braided sleeve will conform to the shape of products with changing geometries like prosthetics and hockey sticks, improving overall performance, minimizing weight, and maximizing strength. It can be slid over a prepared mandrel or cylinder to create straight or tapered tubing.

The sleeve can be increased from a base diameter up to 30% and decreased by 70%. This means that our 2-inch sleeve can be used in a single application ranging from 0.6" to 2.6" in diameter.

Braided sleeve is seamless, so it withstands internal pressure and carry load, and tolerates damage and fatigue. When inflated, it works much like a shark's body, orienting to the direction of force. If a puncture does occur, the sleeve provides a slow, controlled failure, rather than a more damaging and potentially dangerous blowup.

Laying up sleeve is predictable, repeatable, and suitable for precise manufacture of composite parts. It is extremely resistant to cracks between layers, reducing the possibility of delaminating and increasing the strength of the product.

Use with epoxy, polyester, or vinyl ester resin systems. Sleeve matches the 2x2 twill weave pattern of #1094 fabric.

With the Fibre Glast commitment, you can expect the same finish, sizing, and handling characteristics every time you orde this sleeve. 

Sleeve can be increased from its base diameter up to 30% and decreased up to 70%. This means that our 2" sleeve can be used in a single application ranging from 0.6" to 2.6" in diameter.

When inflated, braided reinforcement works much like a shark's body, orienting itself to the direction of force. This actually strengthens its outer skin, enabling it to withstand pressure and carry load, and to tolerate damage and fatigue. If a puncture does occur, the sleeve provides a slow, controlled failure, rather than a more damaging and potentially dangerous blowup.

Laying up sleeves is predictable, repeatable, and suitable for precise manufacture of composite parts. Braided sleeves are extremely resistant to cracks between layers, reducing the possibility of delaminating and increasing the strength of the product.

You can place your order on our website or, if you have any questions, call 1.800.838.8984 | 8:00am - 8:00pm EST Mon-Fri.


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