Electrical / Electronics Fibers and Filaments Datasheets

Coated Optical Fiber
from Zeus

An optical fiber ’s ability to perform in the field is often influenced by the type of polymer coating over its glass core. Fiber optics function in many environments with just a primary coating. Environments such as oil and gas sensing, however, may demand a secondary coating to provide... [See More]

  • Applications: Aerospace (optional feature); Automotive / Transportation (optional feature); Electrical (optional feature); Medical (optional feature)
  • Material: Synthetic; Coated / Sized; PFA, FEP, ETFE, PEEK, PVDF
  • Type: Fibers or Monofilaments
  • Use Temperature: -328 to 500
Kevlar® 29 Fiber -- K29
from DuPont Protection Technologies

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: Nomex®
  • Features: ChemRes; UL; Dielectric Insulation
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: Synthetic; Aramid
  • Breaking Strength: 10.4
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: Synthetic; Aramid