Carbon Rims 35mm
Specification Of Carbon Rims 35mm 一一TWC35C Description Of 25mm Wide Carbon Rims 35mm Tubeless Ready Full carbon 25mm wide 35mm deep tubeless ready.Molded carbon brake track technology.High tg 240℃ for our carbon tubeless compatible road rims,it is difference for 180℃ version from other...
Specification Of Carbon Rims 35mm 一一TWC35C
Full Carbon T700
Max Spokes Tension
Max Tyre Pressure
Brake Rims Weight
Max Rider Weight
Disc Brake Version
Description Of 25mm Wide Carbon Rims 35mm Tubeless Ready
Full carbon 25mm wide 35mm deep tubeless ready.Molded carbon brake track technology.High tg 240℃ for our carbon tubeless compatible road rims,it is difference for 180℃ version from other supplier.Max Wider in 28mm,wider disc brake road rims u shaped version more suitable for Cx bicycle racing.
2 types of version for this rims,
Weight of general design: 480+/-15g.
Weight of disc brake version: 470+/-15g.
Please confirm with us when you place order.
Why the tubeless compatible road rims?Inproved rolling resistance over standard clincher,make more power for cyclist.the second,it will be reduced the tire pressure.The third,more aerodynamic than standard clincher.
Why we choose wider rims in U shape? It will be reduced rolling resistance,as we know,when the rims is slightly wider than the tyre when the it contacting the ground,it will be provide huge benefit in terms of lateral resistance,you are going to get better control and handling.The result in faster speed and less power from yourself.You also will get a Aerodynamic benefit.The trend of carbon rims is 20.5mm,23mm wide carbon rims to wider rims in the future.
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Difference between weaves UD 3K 12K
UD, 3K and 12K are just three different weaving types of carbon fibers that are widely used for manufacturing bicycle products.
There are lots of debates online about the difference between carbon weaves of UD, 3K and 12K. People who are just new to carbon fiber products maybe not know much about it.
UD is short for Uni-Directional, the fibers of UD weave are arranged in one direction, which is the most frequently used to make carbon fiber products. 3K means there are 3,000 filaments per "tow", 12K means there are 12,000. They are decussated like a web. 3K weave carbon fiber is most well known.
The different weaving way makes the carbon fibers in different appearance and performance.
The illustration is as below, it shows different appearances of the weaves, and bicycle rims in different weaves.
UD weave looks like plain black. Crossed 12K weave pattern is 4 times larger than 3K weave.
Customers may also know 1K, 6K, 18K and 24K. They are also decussated/crossed, just in different sizes of pattern.
Basically for carbon fiber rims, we don't discuss the strength between different weaves, since the strength in different weaves shows almost same. Rims in different weaves are just different in the outer layer carbon fibers. Inside of all different weave rims, are mainly UD carbon fibers. We usually only consider different weaves are just to show different appearances.
However, they still have differences in performance.
As we known, carbon fiber layer is a kind of composite material of carbon fibers and resin material that is to bond carbon fibers, and 3K carbon fiber is decussated like a web. So, 3K carbon fibers has a function like a web to filter redundant resin inside of carbon fiber products. When manufacturing bicycle rims, we usually add a layer of 3K carbon fibers inside of rim channel to filter redundant resin, to balance the content rate of carbon fibers and resin material. Another advantage of 3K carbon fiber is that it could protect the spoke hole from flaking when drilling it. That's why we like to add the layer of 3K weave fibers inside of rims. The advantage of UD carbon fibers is strength. That's why we makes all rims with UD fibers to support.
Additionally, there's a thought saying that in theory woven fibers like 3K as the outer layer on a rim has a better impact strength, but there isn't a real experience or test could support this standpoint.
As all presented above, no matter UD 3K or 12K weave rims, inside are mainly composed by UD fibers, and a layer of 3K fibers. Superroad makes all carbon fiber products in high performance, no matter what weaves they are applied as outer layer. It's not quite necessary to discuss the performance of a rim in which weaves. May customers feel free and choose the weave you love.