Rigid Light-Carbon

  • Transportation
  • IT Equipment
  • Housing & Construction
  • Medical & Welfare
  • Consumer Products
  • Industrial Machinery
  • Distribution & Packaging
  • Electric Products
  • Sound
  • Vibration
  • Shock
  • Heat & Temperature
  • Sealing
  • Filtering
  • Light Weight
  • Comfort
  • Low Combustibility
  • Others
  • Polyurethane
  • Rubber
  • Plastics
  • Composites
Compounding technology, molding technology and foam technology

About Rigid Light-Carbon

Rigid Light-Carbon is a new carbon-fiber composite using INOAC's proprietary foam technology that is contributing in fields that require rigidity and light weight.


  • Freedom of shape

    Forming in the pressing process makes it possible to supply carbon-fiber composites with superior product-forming stability and mass producibility.

  • Lightweight

    Sandwiching a special foam as an intermediate material reduces the amount of carbon fiber that is used and makes it possible to provide lighter composites.

  • Variable wall thickness

    Freer forming thicknesses are made possible by changing the thickness of special foam. Simultaneous forming of insert nuts is also possible.

  • Incombustibility, flame retardancy

    Compounding technology is used to achieve non-combustibility and flame resistance.
    - UL-94 flammability testing: Equivalent to “V-0” certification
    - Material Flammability Test for Railway Vehicles: Nonflammable

  • X-ray transparency

    Composites with good x-ray permeability are made possible through the use of materials with good x-ray permeability.

  • Lineup

    - Rigid Light-Carbon  Thermoset plastics Type(Heat Press Molding)*Material:Carbon+Foam
    - Rigid Light-Carbon T Thermoplastic Type (Heat Press Molding)
    - Rigid Light-Carbon P Thermoset TypeThermoset Type(Pultrusion Molding)