Aramid fiber is known for its use in ballistic and stab-resistant body armor, where it is credited with helping to save thousands of lives. Lightweight and exceptionally strong, it can be used to make a variety of clothing, accessories and equipment safer, more cut-resistant and more durable. Aramid fibers help provide industrial workers with superior cut protection against broken glass, metal shards, sharp machinery and other hazards.
The application of meta-aramid in petrochemical, chemical, electric power, gas and other industrial protective clothing has fully demonstrated its excellent flame retardant and anti-knock performance. Protective clothing made from a blend of meta-aramid and other high-performance fibers for more hazardous work environments.
Racing suits made of meta-aramid fibers not only have excellent fire resistance and high temperature resistance, but also resist corrosive gases and acidic liquids, providing full body protection for racers.
Workers engaged in electric welding and metal smelting may have sparks or molten metal splashed on clothes at any time, causing skin burns, or even igniting clothes, causing fire and causing more serious danger. Metallurgical work is exposed to high temperature for a long time, and ordinary material clothing is easy to change. brittle, shorten the service life. Welding suits and furnace suits made of meta-aramid have the characteristics of permanent flame retardant, metal splashing, non-adhesion, etc., and will not reduce the protective performance due to washing or wearing for a long time.
Due to these excellent properties, meta-aramid fiber has been widely recognized and accepted by domestic and foreign markets. Protective clothing made of meta-aramid fibers is escorting the lives of people from all walks of life.
Helping manufacturers provide best-in-class cut protection and flame resistance against job hazards in the automotive, manufacturing, construction, aerospace and electronics industries. Its cut-resistant and fire-resistant properties are ideal when double hazard protection is required.