Prepregs

Axiom materials prepregs are reinforced with Woven, multiaxial and unidirectional (UD) carbon and glass fibers.

Prepregs

Axiom materials provides a range of prepregs under the Axiom trademark for aerospace and industrial applications, using specially formulated epoxy, phenolic and BMI resin matrix systems. Axiom prepregs are reinforced with Woven, multiaxial and unidirectional (UD) carbon and glass fibers.

The aerospace industry is the greatest consumer of Axiom prepregs, for civil aircraft, military jets, helicopters, aero-engines or space satellite and launchers. Axioms’s range of resin formulations for aerospace prepregs includes a wide range of epoxies for highly loaded parts and supreme toughness; BMI systems for high temperature performance; phenolics for fire, smoke and toxicity performance in aircraft interiors; and cyanate esters for space structures and satellite applications.

Ceramic Prepregs
Woven Fiberglass Prepregs
Product Description Applications Form Matrix color Nominal Cure Temp,°F (°C) Max. Dry Operating Temp, °F (°C) Comments
AX-CMC-720 Oxide Oxide Ceramic Composite Prepreg, Low Creep / High Temperature Aircraft engine components, ducting, oil & gas tubing, advanced energy, motorsports Woven
or UD Prepreg
White on white 350°F (177°C) initial, 2000°F freestanding fire 2200°F (1204°C) 350°F (177°C)
initial, 2000°F freestanding fire
AX-CMC-610 Oxide Oxide Ceramic Composite Prepreg, High-strength Aircraft engine components, ducting, oil & gas tubing, advanced energy, motorsports Woven
or UD Prepreg
White on white 350°F (177°C) initial, 2000°F freestanding fire 2000°F (1093°C) Structural applications
Woven Aramid Prepregs
Product Description Applications Form Matrix color Nominal Cure Temp,°F (°C) Max. Dry Operating Temp, °F (°C) Comments
AX-CMC-720 Oxide Oxide Ceramic Composite Prepreg, Low Creep / High Temperature Aircraft engine components, ducting, oil & gas tubing, advanced energy, motorsports Woven
or UD Prepreg
White on white 350°F (177°C) initial, 2000°F freestanding fire 2200°F (1204°C) 350°F (177°C)
initial, 2000°F freestanding fire
AX-CMC-610 Oxide Oxide Ceramic Composite Prepreg, High-strength Aircraft engine components, ducting, oil & gas tubing, advanced energy, motorsports Woven
or UD Prepreg
White on white 350°F (177°C) initial, 2000°F freestanding fire 2000°F (1093°C) Structural applications
Woven Carbon Prepregs
Product Description Applications Form Matrix color Nominal Cure Temp,°F (°C) Max. Dry Operating Temp, °F (°C) Comments
AX-CMC-720 Oxide Oxide Ceramic Composite Prepreg, Low Creep / High Temperature Aircraft engine components, ducting, oil & gas tubing, advanced energy, motorsports Woven
or UD Prepreg
White on white 350°F (177°C) initial, 2000°F freestanding fire 2200°F (1204°C) 350°F (177°C)
initial, 2000°F freestanding fire
AX-CMC-610 Oxide Oxide Ceramic Composite Prepreg, High-strength Aircraft engine components, ducting, oil & gas tubing, advanced energy, motorsports Woven
or UD Prepreg
White on white 350°F (177°C) initial, 2000°F freestanding fire 2000°F (1093°C) Structural applications
Unidirectional Prepregs
Product Description Applications Form Matrix color Nominal Cure Temp,°F (°C) Max. Dry Operating Temp, °F (°C) Comments
AX-CMC-720 Oxide Oxide Ceramic Composite Prepreg, Low Creep / High Temperature Aircraft engine components, ducting, oil & gas tubing, advanced energy, motorsports Woven
or UD Prepreg
White on white 350°F (177°C) initial, 2000°F freestanding fire 2200°F (1204°C) 350°F (177°C)
initial, 2000°F freestanding fire
AX-CMC-610 Oxide Oxide Ceramic Composite Prepreg, High-strength Aircraft engine components, ducting, oil &gas tubing, advanced energy, motorsports Woven
or UD Prepreg
White on white 350°F (177°C) initial, 2000°F freestanding fire 2000°F (1093°C) Structural applications

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Products

Ceramic Matrix Composites

CMC prepregs are used for parts requiring thermal performance up to 2200°F

Prepreg material

Axiom Materials specially formulated resin systems include epoxy, phenolic, polyester, cyanate ester, vinyl ester and polyimide.

Film Adhesives

Metal and composite bonding adhesives, surfacing and lightning strike films, and other bonding solutions.

Ancillary Products

A variety of primers, adhesives, panel fillers and sealing resins are available.

Research and
Development

We specialize in custom solutions for our customers; working closely with you to develop the correct solutions for each project’s needs and specifications.

In addition to conventional resin systems, we provide cutting-edge custom resin formulations to meet your specific performance requirements.

For further information and to request a Product Technical Data Sheet (TDS) or Safety Data Sheet (SDS), contact info@axiommaterials.com

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CAMX 2019

Visit our Booth at the Anaheim Convention Center (Anaheim, CA) for the CAMX EXP. (Conference: September 23-26, 2019; Exhibition: September 24-26, 2019)

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NSMMS & CRASTE 2019

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Ceramics Expo 2019

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NIAR Testing of Axiom Materials’ Oxide Oxide CMC Prepreg

Axiom Materials is pleased to announce a cooperative program with Wichita State University’s National Institute of Aviation Research (NIAR) for the development of test techniques and data on our Oxide-Oxide ceramic matrix composite (CMC) prepreg ...

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CAMX Dallas 2018

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