Metal Fiber

Metal fiber is a new type functional and hi-tech product developed recently. It has common metals characteristics, electric and heat conductivity, high strength and corrosion & hi-temperature resistance.
Metal Fiber
Metal fiber felt
Sintered Laminates

About Metal Fiber

Metal fiber is a new type of functional and hi-tech product developed recently. Except for common metals characteristics, electric and heat conductivity, high strength, and corrosion & hi-temperature resistance, the stainless steel filter has the flexibility and ability to be spun off the synthetic fiber. With these features, stainless steel filter is widely used in the industries such as aerospace, aviation, petrochemical, textile, electronics, machinery, and environmental protection.

Metallic fibers are manufactured fibers composed of metal, plastic-coated metal, metal-coated plastic, or a core completely covered by metal.

Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM) supplies high-quality FeCrAl Fiber filters, Metal Fiber Felt, Sintered Laminates, Stainless Steel Fiber, and Nickel Fiber.

Metal Fiber Key Features:

Inherent Strength: Metal Fibers possess remarkable mechanical strength, making them ideal for applications that demand robustness and structural integrity.

Thermal Conductivity: These fibers exhibit excellent thermal conductivity, contributing to their use in heat dissipation, insulation, and thermal management.

Electrical Conductivity: Metal Fibers' electrical conductivity makes them valuable for applications in electronics, sensors, and conductive textiles.

Flexibility and Formability: Their fine, flexible nature allows Metal Fibers to be woven, braided, or integrated into various materials, enabling innovative design possibilities.

Corrosion Resistance: Many metal fibers are naturally corrosion-resistant, ensuring longevity and reliability in harsh environments.

Metal Fiber Applications:

Textiles and Fabrics: Metal Fibers are used in textiles for applications ranging from conductive clothing to shielding against electromagnetic interference (EMI).

Composite Materials: They reinforce composite materials, enhancing their mechanical properties and enabling the creation of lightweight, high-strength structures.

Electronics: Metal Fibers find use in flexible and wearable electronics, touchscreens, antennas, and printed circuit boards (PCBs).

Thermal Management: They contribute to heat sinks, thermal interface materials, and heat exchangers, optimizing temperature control.

Aerospace and Automotive: Metal Fibers strengthen components in these industries, ensuring safety and performance under extreme conditions.

Metal Fiber Quality Assurance:

Our Metal Fiber products are sourced from reputable manufacturers known for their commitment to quality, innovation, and precision. Each fiber undergoes rigorous testing to meet the highest industry standards.


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