Composite Holding Company reports that it has developed a new range of aesthetic carbon fiber fabrics.
The materials have been manufactured from 3K carbon fibre with a  fiber areal weight (FAW) of 200 gsm or heavier, depending on customers' requirements, as well as hybrid fabrics from aramid, glass and other types of fiber. They can be used for finishing the interiors of apartments/houses, cars, and other objects.

‘A product that is finished by a carbon structure fabrics, even the one with a standard pattern, emphasizes the owner's status and taste,’ said Composite Holding Company analyst Alexey Martynov. ‘We suggest making another step – applying aesthetic fabrics.’

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