SRBF Fibre Jointing
SRBF Fibre Jointing
Using materials sourced from across the world, enables Advanced Seals & Gaskets Ltd to offer a wide selection of products for use in specialist sealing and gasketing applications. One such group of products offered from our vast catalogue are various types of fibre jointing materials, with one type being Synthetic Resin Bonded Fibre, sometimes also called SRBF, Synthetic Resin Bonded Fabrics or fabric based laminates.
SRBF is available in a wide range of thicknesses including 0.8mm, 1mm, 1.5mm, 2mm, 3mm, 4mm, 5mm, 6mm, 8mm, 10mm, 12mm, 16mm and 20mm with a sheet size of 1220mm x 1220mm. SRBF can be supplied in both a medium weave and fine weave depending upon the customer's requirement and application.
Our onsite conversion facilities which consists of various presses, slitters, bandsaws and oscillating knife, allows us to take SRBF sheets of materials and convert them into finished parts including pads, washers, gaskets or strips - all of which can be supplied laminated with a choice of our many self-adhesives.
For information on SRBF Fibre Jointing please complete the following quick enquiry or call us on +44(0)1384 252555.
Specification & Key Characteristics
- Colour: Brown
- Sheet Size: 1220 x 1200
- Available Thicknesses: 0.8mm to 20mm
- Temperature:up to +115°C continuous
- Standards met: BS EN 60893 Standard: 3-4-PFCC305, BS EN 60893 Standard: 3-4-PFCC203, BS EN 60893 Standard: 3-4-PFCC201
What is SRBF Fibre Jointing?
Synthetic Resin Bonded Fibre (SRBF) is a ‘phenolic’ material, this is a material made up of layers, this case of cotton cloth which is placed into a resin or varnish and bound together to create a high strength electrically insulating material.
Why use SRBF Fibre Jointing?
Recognised for excellent wear resistance and electrical insulation properties, SRBF materials are also rigid, lightweight and wear resistant. SRBF is dimensionally stable therefore suitable for low voltage and abrasive applications and can be easily machined into washers and pads or intricately cut parts for use as fine tooth gears, bearings and jigs in low or medium voltage applications.
The Benefits of using SRBF Fibre Jointing
- Offers enhanced machinability
- Low creep, dimensionally stable, wear resistance, low water absorption
- Excellent electrical insulating properties and chemical resistance
- Operating Temperature up to +115°C continuous
- Resistance to corrosion effects and low moisture resistance
- Multiple grades available
Grades of SRBF Fibre Jointing available
SRBF Fine Weave (smooth) - manufactured to meet- BS EN 60893 Standard: 3-4-PFCC305. This smooth grade material offers excellent chemical resistance, electrical insulation and many other mechanical properties, suitable for intricately cut/machined components.
SRBF Fine Weave (coarse) - manufactured to meet BS EN 60893 Standard: 3-4-PFCC203, with every similar property to the smooth grade but due to the texture isn't suited for intricate machining.
SRBF Medium Weave - manufactured to BS EN 60893 Standard: 3-4-PFCC201, is a great general purpose fabric material, offering high strength, wear-resistance and low voltage electrical insulation.
SRBF (commercial) - is a more affordable alternative to the medium weave, manufactured to meet BS EN 60893 Standard: 3-4-PFCC203.
Advantages of using SRBF Fibre Jointing
Synthetic Resin Bonded Fibre offers a number of advantages, many of which are similar to SRBP, but with better load-bearing capabilities in comparison. SRBF is used in applications where a dimensionally stable, impact resistant and rigid material is required for use in abrasive and low voltage applications.
In comparison to plastics, it also offers low creep and corrosive resistant properties. This material is available in a range of thicknesses from 0.8mm up to 20mm, all of which can be machined into intricate and complex shapes for use as fine-toothed gears, seals, geneva wheels, bearings, gears and jigs, etc. and used in a wide range of high-temperature applications, including in the automotive, electrical, white goods, lighting and energy markets.
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