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Carbon telescope tubes

Carbon telescope tubes: maximum specific stiffness

Telescopic carbon tubes with an external turn clamp system. This system is especially characterized by the high clamping force and the ease of use. The handy turn clamp system is according to the principle of the tongue and groove connection.

Advanced lock system gives you a highly rigid fixation between the segments of the telescope. Determining of the clamping piece is carried out by turning. The clamping mechanism can withstand vertical peak loads up to 80 kg. Due to the structure of carbon, the system provides a maximum specific stiffness. We cannot guarantee a lasting strength of adhesion when used under water!




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Carbon telescope tube - 3 pieces

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Advanced lock system gives you a highly rigid fixation between the segments of the telescope. Determining of the clamping piece is carried out by turning. The clamping mechanism can withstand vertical peak loads up to 80 kg. Due to the structure of carbon, the system provides a maximum specific stiffness. We cannot guarantee a lasting strength of adhesion when used under water!

  • External clamping
  • 3-pieces
  • length approx. 5400 mm
  • feed length: 1950 mm
  • Ø handset: 30 mm
  • Ø top: 20 mm
  • weight: 1060 g
  • capacity: approx. 80 kg
  • Plastic end cap PA6

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Advanced lock system gives you a highly rigid fixation between the segments of the telescope. Determining of the clamping piece is carried out by turning. The clamping mechanism can withstand vertical peak loads up to 80 kg. Due to the structure of carbon, the system provides a maximum specific stiffness. We cannot guarantee a lasting strength of adhesion when used under water!

  • External clamping
  • 4-pieces
  • length approx. 7000 mm
  • feed length: 1950 mm
  • Ø handset: 40 mm
  • Ø top: 25 mm
  • weight: 1950,5 g
  • capacity: approx. 80 kg
  • Plastic end cap PA6

Carbon telescope tubes

Carbon telescope tubes are used in various applications over traditional materials such as aluminum, titanium and steel. This because of their unique properties such as strenght, weight and rigidity. 

What is Carbon?

Carbon fibre is a strong, stiff, thin fiber of nearly pure carbon, made by various raw materials to high temperatures, combined with synthetic resins to produce a strong, lightweight material used in various constructions. 

The benefits of carbon telescope tubes

  • High strength and stiffness with low weight
  • Excellent fatigue resistance
  • Dimensional stability: Low to Zero CTE (Coefficient of Thermal Expansion)
  • Extreme low weight
  • Easy to use in a big variety of applications

Applications for Carbon telescope tubes

Due to it's versitility, Carbon fibre can be used in a great number of applications. Carbon fibre can be used in industrial markets such as automotive, infrastructural engineering and construction. On the other side are there a lot of opportunities to use carbon fibre in motorsports, the built of yachts and other industries.

Carbon telescope tubes can also be implemented in the construction of lightweight bikes, roofing, sun protectors and so on. The possible applications of carbon fibre are endless!

In case you have got any questions about carbon, our products or an application or construction in which you want to make, we urge you to contact us to find a suiting solution together. 

Other applications: exterior wall cleaning, boatbuilder, sailing sports, industrial and offshore.

The telescope is standard with a plastic end cap. An aluminium end cap is also possible. 
Please inform for other dimensions on request: info@carbonwebshop.nl


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