Industry Workwear / Coverall Kevlar Aramid Fabric 0.45mm Lightweight
KEVLAR fabrics can be used with, or as a great alternative to carbon fiber or fiberglass. Composites-grade KEVLAR is lightweight, impact resistant, abrasion resistant, heat resistant, and has great strength properties for the most demanding applications.
1 High temperature resistance
2 High Resistance to Pulling, Fiber strength: 0.215 N/D, 5 times of steel
3 High Elastic Modulus: 4.9~9.8 N/D
4 Dimensional Stability
5 Outstanding flame retardant will not melt in high temperature of 220'C
6.Cut Resistant and for Knitting
cut resistance, abrasion resistance, high temperature resistance, flame retardant, high tenacity
OEM & ODM
Unionfull Group Ltd.carries KEVLAR fabrics. These fabrics are developed specifically for composite reinforcement. They can be used with epoxy, vinyl ester, or polyester resins to create a rigid laminate. Common applications for KEVLAR fabrics include: kayaks, canoes, high-speed boats, aircraft fuselage panels, pressure vessels, sporting equipment, wind turbines and much more.
KEVLAR is a great choice for creating tough, impact-resistant parts. Keep in mind, it can be equally tough to work with when it comes to cutting, sanding, or machining. Fabricators usually select specialized scissors, for cutting KEVLAR fabric. Scissors used to cut KEVLAR should be set aside to cut KEVLAR only.
Don't use them to cut fabrics made from other reinforcement. For finished parts that will require sanding or machining, consider using Kevlar in combination with other types of reinforcement, like carbon fiber or fiberglass.