Architectural / Construction Synthetic Fibers and Fabrics Datasheets
from Johns Manville Corp.
Johns Manville synthetic spunbond nonwovens are made by spinning continuous polyester fibers onto a moving belt. The continuous fibers come from polyester raw material that has been dried, melted and extruded into a flowing polymer melt. After the spinning process, the polyester emerges as several... [See More]
- Applications: Architectural or Construction; Filtration; OEM; Geotextiles, Ceiling Tiles, Flooring, Room Partitions, Silt Fences, Underlayment
- Material: Polyester
from Toray Industries (America), Inc.
Kevlar ® had its first commercial production by E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company in 1974 and is currently manufactured and marketed in Japan by Du Pont-Toray Co., Ltd. Kevlar ® features not only excellent strength and high modulus, but also outstanding resistance to impact and heat. [See More]
- Applications: Apparel; Architectural or Construction; Automotive / Transportation; Home; Electrical
- Features: Weather Resistant
- Material: Aramid