Yes, carbon fiber is electrically conductive. Corrosion occurs by an electrochemical process where metal corrodes due to electrical contact, in the presence of an electrolyte. This can be prevented by insulating the tube with fiberglass (non-conductive).
Carbon fiber tubes are used in numerous applications like tactical ladders, trusses, beams, and more. Carbon fiber is typically chosen over traditional materials such as aluminum, steel, and titanium because of the following properties:High strength and stiffness to weight. Excellent resistance to fatigue.
Aug 05, 2021 · Carbon Fiber Tubes -
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