What Is Phenolic Material?


Phenolic sheet is a hard, dense material which is made by applying heat and pressure to layers of glass or paper cloth impregnated with synthetic resin. It is used where rigid materials are needed, to create mouldings for consumer products, for insulation, for some bearings, and as a binder.
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Phenolic material is a hard, dense sheet produced from layers of paper or glass cloth impregnated with synthetic resin and applied with heat and pressure. It has excellent dielectric strength, good machinability, heat, corrosion, chemicals, wear and resistant in addition to low moisture absorption.
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