Strands / Multi-filament Fibers and Filaments

CHR® Cloth-Glass PTFE, ChemlamTape (Brown) -- SGB6-04
from Saint-Gobain Tape Solutions

PTFE films provide a conformable release surface and exhibit a remarkably low coefficient of friction and non-stick properties. PTFE films have high temperature resistance and are virtually unaffected by all chemicals. At elevated temperatures, PTFE film still retains excellent tensile strength. [See More]

  • Type: Fibers or Monofilaments
  • Width / OD: 1.42
  • Material: Fiberglass; Synthetic; Fluoropolymer; Foil Aluminum Silicone
  • Features: Thermal Insulation
3M™ Nextel™ Ceramic Fibers and Textiles
from 3M Advanced Materials Division

From rocket boosters and racecars to industrial furnaces and fuel cells, 3M ™ Nextel ™ Ceramic Fibers and Textiles help enable and protect critical equipment when the heat is on. Once used to protect NASA Space Shuttles against the heat of reentry, today Nextel fabrics provide heat,... [See More]

  • Material: Alumina; Boron; Quartz / Fused Silica; Ceramic; Blended Fiber Structure
  • Applications: Aerospace; OEM
  • Width / OD: 3.94 to 62.99
  • Features: Flame or Fire Retardant
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]

  • Material: Synthetic; Aramid
  • Breaking Strength: 151.0
  • Use Temperature: -320 to 350
  • Applications: Aerospace; Apparel; Architectural or Construction; Automotive / Transportation; Electrical; Impact Absorption or Bulletproof; Fire; OEM; Marine
Kevlar® -- 29 AP
from DuPont™ Kevlar®

DuPont ™ Kevlar ® brand fiber earned a worldwide reputation for helping dramatically improve the performance of a wide variety of consumer and industrial products - from hoses, ropes and cables to gloves, bullet-resistant vests and helmets and sporting goods. Now, our scientists have... [See More]

  • Material: Synthetic; Aramid
  • Breaking Strength: 43.9
  • Use Temperature: -320 to 350
  • Applications: Aerospace; Apparel; Architectural or Construction; Automotive / Transportation; Electrical; Impact Absorption or Bulletproof; Fire; OEM; Marine