Electrical / Electronics Synthetic Fibers and Fabrics Datasheets

Flat Braided Lacing Tape, Dacron -- 819 / 820
from BRIM Electronics, Inc.

Dacron flat braid treated with a microcrystalline fungicidal wax finish to help prevent slipping when tying knots, resists fungus and mildew. Wont cut or damage items being held together. Stays flat. Superior to Nylon in resistance to acids & elongation. OPERATING TEMPERATURE: -100 °F to... [See More]

  • Applications: Electrical
  • Thickness: 0.0100 to 0.0150
  • Product Form: Rope or Cordage
  • Width / OD: 0.05 to 0.11
Microflex Microventing Laminate Membranes -- TG73020
from TTG Inc.

TTG produces ePTFE membranes that are used in a variety of “microventing ” applications. Unlike regular filtration applications that manage large airflows and utilize re-generable filters, “microventing ” applications focus on controlling pressure, air flow, liquid entry... [See More]

  • Applications: Automotive / Transportation; Electrical; Filtration; Medical; Packaging
  • Fabric Weight: 67.8
  • Thickness: 0.0050
Standard & Customized Drawn Fiber
from Zeus

Ideal for abrasive environments, Zeus ’ drawn fibers maintain exceptional performance under high levels of mechanical stress, extreme temperatures, and aggressive chemical exposure. These lightweight fibers also offer high tensile strength, abrasion resistance, optical clarity and superior... [See More]

  • Applications: Aerospace; Electrical; Hydraulic Hose Over-Braid, Braided Sleeving, Braided Cord / Twine, Woven Mesh, Conveyor Systems, Strings, Brushes, Catheter Braiding/Coiling
  • Features: ChemRes
  • Width / OD: 0.00 to 0.04
Pull Line 500#TS -- 40-40264
from MilesTek Corporation

Slick, lightweight, tough continuous 3/16" fiber-poly pull line can be pulled or blown into conduits. It's low-friction properties allow it to slip and slide through pulleys/conduits with minimum drag. Leave line or rope in place without rot or mildew. Available in two tensile strengths (TS). 80 lb. [See More]

  • Applications: Electrical
  • Thickness: 0.1875
  • Product Form: Rope or Cordage
  • Breaking Strength: 80.0
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