Carbon fibers and composite materials based on them are the most advanced structural materials in the XXI century.

Carbon fibers have a number of unique properties:
 — High electrical conductivity
 — High thermal resistance and low thermal conductivity
 — High sorption activity
 — Excellent mechanical properties
 — Chemical and biological inertness

Composite Holding Company strives to become the number one company among the modern industry centers that develop the carbon fiber technology and composite materials based on them in Russian Federation.

The nuclear weapons complex that became the progenitor of the domestic nuclear industry today is one of the main innovation sources for the civil nuclear power industry.

It was established as an independent company on November 9, 2006 by separating from Chelyabinsk Electrode Plant.

Carbon fiber that produced by Composite Holding Company is successfully being used with composites, which is required for vital units for the nuclear power industry.

The company has modern laboratory equipment that allows performing 100% quality control.

Concrete carbon fiber reinforcement for the construction of unique facilities allows significantly reducing the weight and increasing the elastic- strength properties in comparison with armed concrete.

Products

Carbon Carbon Structural Material KIMF Carbon Fiber Bundle (CFB-4) UGKM Carbon Heat Insulating Material UTM-1 Discontinuous Carbon Fibers High-modulus Carbon Bundles (HMCB)

Carbon Carbon Structural Material KIMF

- High-strength properties due to 3-dimensional carbon fiber reinforcement

- Resistant to aggressive environments

- Keeps high-strength properties at temperature above 3000 ˚C

Carbon Fiber Bundle (CFB-4)

- High modular ratio of elasticity and strength of bundle

- Low electrical resistance

- High chemical resistance

- Effective bundle processing temperature at least of 1900 °C

- Withstands very high temperatures above ˚C in an inert atmosphere

UGKM

- Resistant to aggressive environments

- withstands temperature over 3000˚C

- Ideal for the production of high-temperature heaters and casting molds

Carbon Heat Insulating Material UTM-1

- Low thermal conductivity

- Low density

- Withstands very high temperatures above 3000 ˚C in an inert atmosphere

Discontinuous Carbon Fibers

- Provides unique reinforcing properties when added to concrete, asphalt and refractory materials

- Low density

- High electrical conductivity

High-modulus Carbon Bundles (HMCB)

- Modular ratio of elasticity above 450 hPa

- Resistant to high temperature above 30000 ˚C in an inert atmosphere

- Low electrical resistance

- High chemical resistance