MATERIALS

ACP-Technologies, LLC transforms mesophase and isotropic pitches to create advanced materials. 

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CARBON FIBER

Carbon fiber is used to keep the weight down while strengthening the product to make it operate more effectively. The tiny fibers are binded together by a plastic resin to create a strong and durable material.

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GRAPHITE

Graphite is an allotrope of carbon that displays properties of both metals and nonmetals and is known for being a very good conductor of heat and electricity. Its high conductivity makes it useful in electronic products such as electrodes, batteries, and solar panels.

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CARBON CARBON

Carbon Carbon consists of reinforced carbon fibers. The reinforcement of these fibers creates a stronger material that can be used to boost performance, cut costs, and enhance durability to better handle extreme environments.

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GRAPHITIC FOAM

Carbon graphitic foam offers high thermal and electrical conductivity while maintaining a low density. Utilizing the foam improves thermal management components and encourages weight reduction.