Features of Carbon Manufacturing Technology / PFC

PFC Plastic formed carbon

PFC is a carbon product that was developed by applying technologies for mechanical pencil lead and pencil lead.
PFC features high strength and rigidity. It comes with the properties of carbon, including electric conducting property, heat conductivity, heat resistance, corrosion resistance, lubricating property, biocompatibility, and adsorption activity. These properties allow the product to be used in a broad range of fields and for a broad range of purposes.

Carbon products

Mitsubishi Pencil Plastic Formed Carbon (PFC): Carbon products enjoy the excellent characteristics of its base material. Light and Stiff, carbon is the perfect material for diaphragms, ultrasonic matching layers. Its hardness and tribological characteristics makes this material ideal for sliding elements. Controlling the pore size gives us the opportunity to tune the characteristics for the ideal porous material. The excellent corrosion resistance and electrical conductivity make it the choice of material to electrodes.

  • Carbon Matching Layer

    Carbon Matching Layer

    Matching layers are widely used in ultrasonic probes, and our product allows for fine tuning of the acoustic characteristics.

  • Carbon Diaphragm

    Carbon Diaphragm

    Carbon Diagrams are used in high fidelity tweeters, for high frequency pitched acoustic speakers.

  • Carbon Sliding Element

    Carbon Sliding Element

    Our carbon material hardness, wear characteristics, light weight, heat resistance, chemical resistance are ideal for this application.。

  • Carbon Porous Materials

    Carbon Porous Materials

    Controlling the pore size of our materials while taking advantage of chemical and thermal resistance is the key for this proposal.

  • Carbon Heater

    Carbon Heater

    Heat energy generated by carbon has a strong far infrared component, which gives it a nice warm feeling. No need to worry about inrush current.

  • Carbon Spring

    Carbon Spring

    Different from the metal counterpart, carbon springs do not suffer fatigue, and even in high temperatures the elastic modulus remains the same.

  • Carbon Electrode

    Carbon Electrode

    An impermeable and chemically resistant carbon material is ideal for measuring the electrical characteristics of fluids.

  • Monolithic Carbon, Separator

    Monolithic Carbon, Separator

    Impermeability to Hidrogen, Particle less, high stiffness, low density and electrical conductivity (no static charge buildup) are some characteristics of this material