Splice format: Ends opposed.
Applications: Filament winding, pultrusion, weaving.
Yarns: Carbon fibre, glass fibre, aramid, Panox, synthetic C.F.
Yarn counts:100 tex to 15000 tex
Twist: Zero or low twist yarns and tows.
Model 701 for composites
Lighter, more capable – Airbond’s latest splicer for composites.Airbond has already shown the way in the glass and carbon fibre business, with its class-leading 110, 113 and 114 splicers. Now our latest patented technology is set to transform the business. The 701 moves standards forward, in a big way. The 701 is even simpler and more versatile than our old ones, joining a huge range of counts in modern fibres. And it’s lighter, handier and quicker to maintain. The actual splicer body is protected from wear and tear, safe inside an impact-resistant ABS shell. And, like other splicers in the Airbond range, the 701 is rugged, reliable, and simple to maintain.
The Model 701 has been designed to splice heavy-count yarns in materials such as glass and carbon. Airbond research has shown that standard splicers – which typically make joints of around 30 mm in length – produce splices which are weak. Heavy-count yarns demand longer splices, typically up to 150 mm for 4800 tex.
After the triple-splice has been completed, trim off the waste ends with a scissors.
|Carbon||40psi||3 bar approx.|
|Glass / acrylic||80 psi||5 bar approx.|
|Nylon / polyester||90 psi||6 bar approx.|
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