Known for their unmatched strength and their excellent resistance against both external and internal impacts, Nomex Fabric is used in a wide range of applications to ensure the best quality of protection for your machinery. Use high quality Nomex Fabric to protect your machinery from heavy duty machinery grease and corrosion. Select from the huge ranges of high-quality Nomex Fabric available in the market.
Nomex Fabric is also widely used in the automotive industry for the purpose of protecting the internal components of the vehicle from any kind of impact. These are available in various types such as high-tempered nomex fibers, which can withstand extreme temperatures and are excellent for use in applications where extreme temperatures are a concern. These are available in both premium quality and standard grade. In addition to this, it is also capable of resisting and repelling the ultra-violet rays.
High-tempered nylon fibers produced in the United States are made up of polyamide and nylon. The high-tempered nylon fibers produced by U.S. based manufacturers are more fire retardant and have a much longer burn-time than those manufactured in Asia. As a result of their superior fire retardancy, polyamide coated fibers offer excellent resistance to heat. Nomex Fabric has high resistance against ultraviolet light, thus enabling the material to be used in the manufacture of protective coatings for marine vessels.
Nomex Fabric is also used for the manufacture of protective clothing for specific applications. It is most commonly used in the manufacture of bullet-resistant vests, fire-resistant jackets and fireproof coats. The garments thus created with its high fire retardant properties meet or exceed all international standards set for this type of clothing. Nomex Fabric is also used in the manufacture of thermal liners, flame resistant clothing, and protective clothing. The material has unique absorption properties, which provide excellent protection from most flames and keep you safe from the risk of skin cancer. It is also used in the manufacture of pajamas, sleepwear and baby clothes.
In addition to being used for protective clothing, Nomex Fabric is also popular for use in clothing with a low gloss finish. This includes a full face of clothing, such as a ski jacket. Nomex Fabric is also used in the production of low gloss swimwear, including bikinis.
Nomex Fabric is a very good choice for use in the manufacture of fireproof clothing because of the high fire retardancy it possesses. Its unique absorption properties help reduce or eliminate any risk of flash fires. Flash fires are those that occur in areas where there is either a lack of protective clothing or the clothing that is being worn is not capable of controlling the spread of fire to be contained in the immediate vicinity. Nomex Fabric has no issues with spreading or catching fire due to its unique absorption properties. It can also absorb the intense heat from flash fires, which are much more dangerous because of their speed and ability to spread.
Nomex Fabric is a unique blend of superior performance and highly advanced technology, along with ultra fine ultra-fine ultra-light ultra-thinsulate fibers that are specially designed for applications that require a lightweight, protective finish. Using special layering techniques, the special fibers are combined with a proprietary vapor retardant which gives them superior protection against condensation, which could cause serious damage to flooring. By combining these special features, and a patented metallurgy process, Nomex Fabric guarantees a performance product that will last longer and perform better than any other brand of anti-static material available on the market today.
Nomex Fabric has excellent spray and discharge properties, which can withstand a wide range of temperatures and environments. The material's spray application versatility allows it to be used as a ceiling, floor coating, or barrier in any application where protection of flammable objects is a concern. Nomex Fabric is often used in applications that require fire retardancy, where an extra layer of fire-resistant fabric is needed to prevent flammables from escaping, and is often found in high-rise buildings. Its extreme durability and low moisture absorption make it ideal for protecting concrete, slate, marble, and granite.