Architectural / Construction Synthetic Fibers and Fabrics Datasheets

Kevlar® 49 High-Modulus Type Fiber -- K49
from DuPont Protection Technologies

High-modulus type used primarily in fiber optic cable, textile processing, plastic reinforcement, ropes, cables,  and composites for marine sporting goods and aerospace applications. [See More]

  • Applications: Aerospace; Apparel; Architectural or Construction; Automotive / Transportation; Electrical; Impact Absorption or Bulletproof; Fire; OEM; Marine
  • Use Temperature: -320 to 350
  • Material: Aramid
  • Breaking Strength: 410.0
Kevlar® -- 29
from DuPont™ Kevlar®

The original family of product types of Kevlar ® having similar tensile properties and with many deniers and finishes, these yarns are used in ballistic applications, ropes and cables, protective apparel such as cut-resistant gloves, in life protection uses such as helmets, vehicular armoring... [See More]

  • Applications: Aerospace; Apparel; Architectural or Construction; Automotive / Transportation; Electrical; Impact Absorption or Bulletproof; Fire; OEM; Marine
  • Use Temperature: -320 to 350
  • Material: Aramid
  • Breaking Strength: 151.0
Non-Woven Fabric -- Filtration
from GAF

GAF's specialty polyester fabrics offer excellent properties and processing characteristics for a wide variety of filtration applications. [See More]

  • Applications: Architectural or Construction; Filtration
  • Material: Polyester
Disaster Relief Tent Specialty Fabric -- FRB8-6-7_3 OZ
from Intertape Polymer Group, Inc.

When natural disasters (hurricanes, flood, earthquakes and tsunamis) strike anywhere in the world there is often an immediate need to provide shelter for displaced citizens. Governmental and non-governmental agencies provide tarpaulins that can be converted into temporary tents. IPG ’s woven... [See More]

  • Applications: Architectural or Construction
  • Material: Polyethylene
Synthetic Nonwoven Spunbond Mats
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
Kevlar® Para-aramid Fiber
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