Carbon fiber and graphite are mutually homophobic (the same element, but the properties are not the same). Both are simple substances composed of carbon atoms, but the arrangement of carbon atoms is different. Carbon fibers not only have the inherent intrinsic properties of carbon materials, but also have the soft process ability of textile fibers, and are a new generation of reinforcing fibers.

Graphene is a two-dimensional crystal (meaning that this crystal is only as thick as one atom.)

The single layer grapheme is also a single layer of carbon atoms having a thickness of about 0.334 nm. The common graphite is formed by stacking a layer of planar carbon atoms arranged in a honeycomb order.

The inter-layer force of graphite is weak, and it is easy to peel off each other to form a thin graphite sheet. When the graphite sheet is peeled off into a single layer, the single layer having only one carbon atom thickness is graphene.

Carbon fiber heating plate

Carbon fiber is soft, its quality is lighter than that of metal aluminum, but its strength is higher than that of steel and it is resistant to corrosion.

It is an important material in defense military and civilian use. It not only has the inherent intrinsic properties of carbon materials, it also has the soft work ability of textile fibers and is a new generation of reinforcing fibers.

Carbon fiber floor heating is the use of electricity to generate heat through the movement of carbon fiber molecules to do Brownian motion. This heating method makes full use of the three modes of heat transfer: heat conduction, heat convection and heat radiation.

By Claudine