Introduction of carbon fiber pickleball racket
Pickleball is a sport that has emerged in the United States in recent years. It is a hybrid of tennis, badminton, and table tennis and requires the use of paddles to hit the ball.
The carbon fiber Pickleball paddle consists of a blade and handle. The blade is made of PMI, carbon fiber yarn, and fiberglass cloth. When the Pickleball paddle is bonded with other materials, it is important to avoid using materials with larger thermal expansion coefficients to prevent delamination due to their significant differences in thermal expansion coefficient. Carbon fiber material has a very small thermal expansion coefficient, making it suitable for the production of Pickleball paddles.
Traditionally, Pickleball paddles had poor anti-slip properties and were prone to issues such as glue deficiency and delamination, which lowered their efficiency. Carbon fiber Pickleball paddles are lightweight, flexible, strong, and durable, able to withstand high-intensity instantaneous impact, deformation, and have low scrap rates and long service life. This effectively solves the problem of low efficiency during use.