Edgetech Industries Provides the following types of fibers for many fields:

Metal Fiber

Metal fibers have low electrical resistance, making them suitable for any application requiring electrical conductivity. Its excellent heat resistance allows it to withstand extreme temperatures. Corrosion resistance is achieved by using high-quality alloys in stainless steel or other metals. Other beneficial mechanical properties of metal fibers include high failure strain, ductility, shock resistance, fire resistance, and sound insulation. Our metal fiber products include

Metal Fiber (Stainless Steel Fiber, Fecral fiber, Metal Fiber Cutting Sliver, Short Fibers

Tantalum Fiber, Nickel Fiber, Titanium Fiber & other fibers)

Metal Fiber Sintered Felt (Titanium sintered Felt, Stainless Steel Fiber, stainless steel web, Fecral felt)

Ultra-fine Metal Composite Wire

Conductive Spun Yarn

Conductive Plastics

Metal Fiber Burner

Technical textile

Silicon Carbide Fiber

Silicon carbide fibers are fibers with diameters ranging from 5 to 150 microns and are primarily composed of silicon carbide molecules. Depending on the manufacturing process, they may contain some excess silicon or carbon, or a small amount of oxygen. Compared with organic fibers and some ceramic fibers, silicon carbide fibers have high stiffness, high tensile strength, low weight, high chemical resistance, high-temperature resistance and low thermal expansion. These properties make silicon carbide fibers the hot section component of choice for next-generation gas turbines.

Almost all silicon carbide fibers produced are used as fiber reinforcements in ceramic composites. Most are used to produce metal matrix composites such as aluminum, titanium or molybdenum composites. They can also be used to make various ceramic matrix composites, such as SiC/SiC (a high-temperature composite used in aerospace).

Our silicon carbide fiber products include

Silicon Carbide Fiber

Silicon carbide fiber cloth

Silicon carbide fiber felt

Carbon Fiber

Carbon fiber is a high-temperature resistant fiber with high strength and modulus. It is a high-end variety of chemical fiber. It is mainly composed of carbon atoms and is about 5-10 microns in diameter. To create carbon fibers, carbon atoms are bonded together in crystals, with the long axes of the fibers aligned parallel to each other giving carbon fibers a relatively high strength-to-volume ratio. Thousands of carbon fibers are bundled together to form a fiber bundle, which can be used individually or woven into fabrics.

Titanium Fiber Felt
Metal Fiber
Silicon Carbide Fiber
Silicon Carbide Fiber
Fiber
Carbon Fiber