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Zoltek Corporation

Manufacturer of Panex and Pyron carbon fiber products for reinforcement, electrical conductivity, fire resistance, friction and carbon/carbon applications. Product forms include continuous tow, chop, mill, pellet, fabrics, felt, yarns, nonwovens and prepregs.

Please visit: Zoltek Corporation

Mailing Address
3101 McKelvey Rd.
St Louis, MO 63044 US

Additional Locations:
CHINA 535 Shen Xu Rd.
Suzhou, CN
+15 82 9185298

SINGAPORE, 54 Genting Lane 06-01, Ruby Land Complex, Block 2
Singapore, 349562 SG
+65 9002 6380

KOREA Rm. 905, 101 Dong, Yesung Uptopia, 186-7 Guro-gu
Seoul, KR
+82 2 785 0435

INDIA G-12 Ground Floor, Metro House, Mangaldas Rd.
Pune, IN
+91 976 9901 324

HUNGARY H-2537
Nyergesujfalu, HU
+36 33 536 021

 
SPECIAL MESSAGE

Zoltek's commercial grade carbon fibers are sold under the PANEX® trade name and our oxidized PAN fibers are sold under the PYRON® trade name. Our PANEX® and PYRON® fibers are available in many different standard forms, and customizations are available upon request. If you have any product related questions or comments, please feel free to contact us at sales@zoltek.com.



PRODUCT CATEGORIES
Materials
  • Fibers, organic
    • Carbon, PAN-based
    • Other organic fibers
  • Reinforcements, unimpregnated
    • Carbon
      • Carbon, Chopped strand
      • Carbon, Milled fibers
      • Carbon, Roving, gun
      • Carbon, Yarns
      • Carbon, Other
    • Other unimpregnated reinforcement forms
      • Other, Chopped strand
      • Other, Mat, chopped strand
  • Fabrics, unimpregnated
    • Carbon
      • Carbon, 8-harness
      • Carbon, Multiaxial
      • Carbon, Plain-weave
      • Carbon, Stitched (knitted, nonwoven)
      • Carbon, Twill
      • Carbon, Woven roving
      • Carbon, Other
  • Preforms, unimpregnated
    • Carbon
  • Prepregs, thermoset
    • Epoxy
      • Epoxy, 12-inch tape
      • Epoxy, 60-inch tape
      • Epoxy, Fabric
      • Epoxy, Roving
    • Epoxy, 250 F cure
      • Epoxy, 250 F cure, 12-inch tape
      • Epoxy, 250 F cure, 60-inch tape
      • Epoxy, 250 F cure, Fabric
      • Epoxy, 250 F cure, Roving
    • Epoxy, toughened
      • Epoxy, toughened, 12-inch tape
      • Epoxy, toughened, 60-inch tape
      • Epoxy, toughened, Fabric
      • Epoxy, toughened, Mat
      • Epoxy, toughened, Roving
  • Resin additives & modifiers
    • Conductive fillers
Primary manufacturing equipment
  • Automated fiber placement machines
  • Filament winding machines and software controls
  • Impregnation lines
  • Pultrusion equipment, thermoplastics
  • Pultrusion equipment, thermosets
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Deep Links

Panex 35 products - Our commercial grade 50K PANEX® 35 carbon fibers are the lowest-cost carbon fiber on the market. We manufacture from an abundant textile-based precursor material that matches and outperforms "aerospace-grade" carbon fibers in tensile strength and modulus. In addition, our proprietary carbon fiber lines enable us to expand capacity at a fraction of the cost and time that is required by our competitors. This is vital to support large-volume applications that require significant amounts of carbon fiber in a short period of time.

Panex 30 products - PANEX® 30 products are PAN based materials that are >99% carbonized. These high-purity products are derived from Zoltek's high temperature batch carbonization process. They are most often used in extreme applications that demand resistance to harsh temperature and chemical environments. All PANEX® 30 materials are thermally stable and chemically pure.

Pyron products - PYRON® is our oxidized PAN fiber that is inherently flame resistant, which makes it an effective heat-blocking and fire barrier material. PYRON® fibers do not burn, melt, or drip. Instead, they char and self-extinguish. The largest application for PYRON® is the aircraft brake market, where it holds the dominant position in the marketplace. We have produced our oxidized PYRON® technical fibers for over 20 years, allowing us fine-tune our process and become the largest oxidized PAN fiber producer in the world.


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