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Sim-Samurai -42 MSI -Kevlar 3′-30′ $800

$800.00

Description

    •  each section 3.4 x 10 sections
    • 6 pounds at 30 feet 10 sections $999.00
    • 2 pounds at 18 feet 6 sections $400.00
    • 4 pounds at 24 feet 8 sections $600.00
    • 14′ brush nylon 50 feet 3/4 hose with shutoffs 6″ gooseneck
    • closed length   10 section   5. feet.
    • closed length    8 sections 4.8 feet
    • closed length    6 sections 4.6 feet
    • 2 SimPoles used this inside 42 msi very few wfp have this in them 2 SimPoles used the 12’/30′ 42 msi

    • Tensile elastic modulus: 600 GPa or higher
      Tensile strength: 2,500 MPa or higher

      High elastic modulus type (HM)             

      Tensile elastic modulus: 350-600 GPa   Some have this around 55 msi
      Tensile strength: 2,500 MPa or higher

      Intermediate elastic modulus type (IM)  42 msi very few wfp have this in them 2 simPoles used the 12/30

      Tensile elastic modulus: 280-350 GPa
      Tensile strength: 3,500 MPa or higher

      Standard elastic modulus type (HT)     33 msi  lower end  pole’s  have this  have this

      Tensile elastic modulus: 200-280 GPa    22 msi
      Tensile strength: approximately 2,500 MPa or higher

    • high stiffness, 42 msi
    • high tensile strength
    • low weight to strength ratio
    • high temperature tolerance low thermal expansion
    • high chemical resistance
    • High modulus and ultra-high modulus fibers are sometimes called pitch fiber. Pitch fiber starts as a different raw material than standard or intermediate modulus fibers and uses a different manufacturing process. High modulus carbon fiber has a rating of at least 42 MSI while, ultra-high modulus is rated beginning at 65 MSI.
    • Intermediate Modulus Carbon Fiber
      Intermediate modulus (IM) carbon fibers exhibit a tensile modulus of about 42 Msi, with Toray’s IM+ T1100
      carbon fiber pushing this range up to 47 Msi. A broad range of IM fibers is available with a mix of price and
      performance characteristics to meet the needs of aerospace, industrial, and recreational applications.
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