DOGLAS


DOGLAS materials are duroplastic, glass-fibre-strengthened plastics. They obtain their properties both based on the choice of the resin system, and through the glass fibre structure in use. The plastic in use determines temperature stability, chemical resistance, heat conductivity, electrical insulation values, fire protection class and manufacturing costs. This may take the form of epoxide, polyester, copolymer, polyimide or silicon resins. The embedded glass fibre structure, e.g. short-fibre glass mats, fine or roving fabric, represents how the composite is constructed – as layer/laminate or quasi-isotropic, i.e. independent of the direction in terms of properties. The carrier material gives rise to further properties such as mechanical strength and setting behaviour. The design-based degrees of freedom on custom-made parts are dependent on the carrier material too.

 

The individual constituent parts of DOGLAS materials are chosen and combined with one another in such a way that the following properties are achieved:

  • High mechanical strength
  • Very good dimensional stability
  • Temperature stability of up to 300 °C
  • Low heat conductivity
  • Good electrical insulation property
  • Chemical resistance
  • Low water absorption

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This means that DOGLAS materials are particularly well suited to use in mechanical and plant engineering, as well as in rubber and plastic processing.

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