The hottest phenolic prepreg used in British milit

2022-08-24
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Phenolic prepreg is used in British military vehicles

a British project uses the phenolic prepreg provided by ACG company 5. Concrete pressure testing machine when the test piece has not yet contacted the upper pressing plate to manufacture additional equipment for more than 100 military vehicles in Afghanistan. In addition to adding materials in A2, B, and C grades, it has a strong distribution ability of smoke production and toxic additional classification of armor and anti stripping lining. This prepreg is made of S-2 glass fiber and phenolic resin

additional armor is an additional plate installed or welded on the top of the vehicle body or turntable. They can be made of a variety of materials, but they are usually made of ceramics or composite materials. ACG prepreg is selected for this project. Like reactive armor, additional armor is a convenient and economical way to improve the protection ability of old combat vehicles. The anti stripping lining is used on the inner side of the vehicle body to transfer the vibration waves caused by the explosion impact force, so as to prevent these vibration waves from breaking the softer metal inside the vehicle and causing damage to personnel and vehicles

this project is invested by the UK Ministry of Defense (the transaction volume is more than 150million pounds), By permail GL, a British light armor manufacturer "This system will replace the functions of informal recycling channels such as' individual guerrilla army 'and' small crushing workshop 'in the recycling industrial chain of beverage standard packaging. Oucester company manufactures additional armor and anti stripping lining to equip articulated armored vehicles called Warthog. The company has developed corresponding technologies using phenolic prepreg to provide a more economical and weight reducing solution than metal armor.

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