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Reinforcing Material

FRC based on IZANAS [Cyber Chop®]


  • Sheet coated with water soluble resin demonstrates excellent fiber diffusion in premix.
  • Since resin quickly dissolves when water is added, fiber fluff balls are hard to be formed and fibers are dispersed evenly.
  • Since tensile strength of the fiber is high, high toughness can be obtained with small amount of fibers.
  • Fibers made of polyethylene demonstrate excellent alkali resistance and weather resistance.
  • Flat fiber section provides high adhesion with the base such as mortar.
  • Since the specific gravity of fiber is 0.97, sheet is light and can be easily carried. Fibers can be sprayed or coated with trowel.
  • Yarn treated under heat and humidity environment of 80ºC and 100%RH for 4 days maintains more than 90% of the strength of untreated yarn.

Physical properties

Fiber diameter 12µm
Tensile strength 2.6GPa
Modulus of elasticity in tension 88GPa
Specific gravity 1.0
Cutting length 6, 9, 12 mm
Binder Water soluble resin

FRP based on IZANAS (Plastic reinforcing material)

FRP based on IZANAS has very high toughness and energy absorption performance. In drop impact test where a 1.4 kg hemisphere is dropped from a height of 0.8 meters, aramid carbon FRP is destroyed but FRP based on IZANAS is not destroyed and absorbs impact.

Vibration damping characteristic

Vibration damping of FRP based on IZANAS is very flat from low band to high band. Especially in acoustic applications, unnecessary vibration is damped without damaging the original sound, thereby echoing beautiful sound. IZANAS utilizing this characteristic is used for ultimate sound absorbing felt [Mystic-White] and acoustically improved panel [Acoustic Tuning Panel AP-10] that maximizes the characteristics of this [Mystic-White].

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However, Toyobo makes no warranty and assumes no liability whatsoever in connection with any use of this information. Users determine for themselves the suitability for their intended use of the material.
This information is subject to revision as new information becomes available.