Teijin Carbon America Inc.

Sale and manufacture of trademarked Tenax PAN-based carbon fibers including standard-, intermediate- and high-modulus fibers; chopped and milled fibers and Pyromex oxidized PAN fibers (OPF). Fibers are manufactured in Japan, Germany and the US. Also Tenax Thermoplastic prepreg and laminates.

121 Cardiff Valley Rd.
Rockwood, TN 37854-4134 US

Additional Locations:

Huntersville, NC US
(888) 331-3663

2-1 Kasumigaseki 3-chome
Tokyo, T-100-8585 JP
+81 (3) 3506-6683

Kasinostrasse 19
Wuppertal, DE
+49 202 3223 38

801-F Blacklawn Road
Conyers, GA 30012-5187 US
(770) 761-6110

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Product Categories of Teijin Carbon America Inc.

Materials
  • Fibers, metallized
  • Fibers, organic
    • Aramid
    • Carbon, PAN-based
    • Ultrahigh-molecular-weight (UHMW) polyethylene
    • Other organic fibers
  • Reinforcements, unimpregnated
    • Aramid
      • Aramid, Chopped strand
      • Aramid, Milled fibers
      • Aramid, Other
    • Aramid/glass hybrid
      • Aramid/glass hybrid, Chopped strand
      • Aramid/glass hybrid, Milled fibers
      • Aramid/glass hybrid, Other
    • Carbon
      • Carbon, Chopped strand
      • Carbon, Combination woven roving & chopped strand mat
      • Carbon, Mat, chopped strand
      • Carbon, Milled fibers
      • Carbon, Roving, gun
      • Carbon, Roving, multi-end
      • Carbon, Roving, single-end direct
      • Carbon, Yarns
      • Carbon, Other
  • Fabrics, unimpregnated
    • Carbon
      • Carbon, Multiaxial
  • Preforms, unimpregnated
    • Carbon
  • Prepregs, thermoplastic
    • Fabric
    • RTP sheet, continuously reinforced
    • Tape
    • Tow or roving
    • Other thermoplastic prepregs
  • Prepregs, thermoset
    • Epoxy
      • Epoxy, <12K tow
      • Epoxy, 3-inch tape
      • Epoxy, 6-inch tape
      • Epoxy, 12-inch tape
      • Epoxy, Other tape
      • Epoxy, Fabric
    • Epoxy, 250 F cure
      • Epoxy, 250 F cure, <12K tow
      • Epoxy, 250 F cure, 3-inch tape
      • Epoxy, 250 F cure, 6-inch tape
      • Epoxy, 250 F cure, 12-inch tape
      • Epoxy, 250 F cure, Fabric
    • Epoxy, 350 F cure
      • Epoxy, 350 F cure, <12K tow
      • Epoxy, 350 F cure, 3-inch tape
      • Epoxy, 350 F cure, 6-inch tape
      • Epoxy, 350 F cure, 12-inch tape
      • Epoxy, 350 F cure, Other tape
      • Epoxy, 350 F cure, Fabric
    • Epoxy, toughened
      • Epoxy, toughened, <12K tow
      • Epoxy, toughened, 3-inch tape
      • Epoxy, toughened, 6-inch tape
      • Epoxy, toughened, 12-inch tape
      • Epoxy, toughened, Fabric