Please find below the datasheets for our most popular products. For details of products not shown, please contact our sales team.
Due to the number of carbon fibre suppliers, and to maintain competitive purchasing, NTPT use general classifications of fibre types according to their properties. Our naming conventions can be seen here.
NTPT Carbon Fibre Naming Convention
  Tensile Modulus Tensile Strength Description Commercial Names
HSC ≈230GPa ≈3.5GPa High Strength Carbon T300, AS42
HEC ≈230GPa ≈4.8GPa High Elongation Carbon T700, 34-700
IMC [290GPa-310GPa] ≈5.4GPa Intermediate Modulus Carbon T800
HMC [370GPa-410GPa] ≈4.4GPa High Modulus Carbon M40J, HR40
UHMC ≈430GPa ≈4.2GPa Ultra High Modulus Carbon M46J
*** >430GPa      

Prepreg System Selector Chart

Name Description Fibre Weights Tg Typical Cure Cycle Typical Applications Features Typical Fibres Datasheet
TP 510-2 Cost efficient "standard" FAW - 120˚C system 75-300gsm 110˚C 1 hour at 120˚C Industrial applications, masts Good balance of properties vs cost - curable at 80˚C HSC, HEC Datasheet Download - ThinPreg™ 510-2
TP 736 Thin Ply capable - Very low FAW - 80˚C system 20-75gsm 110˚C 8 hours at 80˚C, 2 hours at 120˚C Thin Ply laminates for lower temperature processing e.g. with some synthetic core materials Very low fibre weights possible - 80˚C curable HSC, HEC, IMC Please Enquire
TP 736LT High strength marine grade 80˚C system - Lloyds approved 75-300gsm 140˚C 8 hours at 80˚C, 2 hours at 120˚C Marine structures - hulls, decks, bulkheads Lloyds Register approved, 80˚C curable, high strength E-glass, HEC, IMC Datasheet Download - NTPT ThinPreg™ 736LT
TP 513-4 Very low FAW 120˚C systems with increased strength 20-150gsm 150˚C 2 hours at 120˚C, 1 hour at 135˚C All round system for ultra-lightweight Thin Ply prepregs Versatile system Quartz, HSC, HEC, IMC, HMC / UHMC Datasheet Download - NTPT ThinPreg™ 513-4
TP 402 135˚C curing high performance epoxy 15-150gsm 170˚C 2 hours at 135˚C, 2 hours at 160˚C Ultra lightweight, Motorsports, automotive bodywork High Tg system, good strength - Ultra lightweight possible HEC, IMC, HMC, UHMC, PBO, Aramid Datasheet Download - NTPT ThinPreg™ 402
TP 402T-1 Rubber toughened version of 402 for sporting goods applications 15-150gsm 150˚C 2 hours at 135˚C Ultra lightweight sports equipment Toughened system with Ultra lightweight possible HEC, IMC, HMC, UHMC, PBO, Aramid Please Enquire
TP 135 135˚C curing PES toughened multi functional super high strength resin system 25-150gsm 160˚C 4 hours at 150˚C Motorsports, foils, highly loaded structures Medium Tg, high strength, high toughness, structural system. Very low fibre weights possible HEC, IMC, HMC, UHMC, Quartz Datasheet Download - NTPT ThinPreg™ TP135
TP 150SC 150˚C ultra-low enthalpy very fast curing / snap cure system 50-150gsm 140˚C 2 mins at 150˚C Automotive, fast cycle, high volume production Very fast curing, UV stable, can be coloured, high strength E-Glass, Quartz, HSC, HEC Datasheet Download - NTPT ThinPreg™ 150SC
TP 175 175˚C curing strong and PES toughened structural system 70-150gsm 180˚C 4 hours at 180˚C Aerospace structural parts High Tg, exceptional strength, toughness and compression after impact properties. Good hot wet performance. HEC, IMC, HMC Please Enquire
TP 180-380CE Cyanate Ester system used for space applications 30-150gsm >300˚C 120˚C for 6 hours followed by post cure Space structures Low CTE, available with pitch carbon fibres, very high Tg capability HEC, IMC, HMC, UHMC, Pitch Datasheet Download - NTPT ThinPreg™ TP 180-380CE
GF736 80˚C curing Adhesive film 150-400gsm with 25gsm scrim glass, 25-150gsm unsupported 100˚C 8 hours at 80˚C Honeycomb, certain core and steel bonding Toughened for impact resistance and peel strength. Controlled flow. 80˚C curable NA Datasheet Download - GF736

Note that NTPT measures Tg using DMA T Onset point which typically gives a result 15 to 25˚C lower than Tg by Peak Tan Delta. Tg by T onset is the safest number to use, please be aware of this when comparing NTPT data with that from other suppliers.

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