Aramid fillers

Aramid fillers

Aramid fibers are reinforcing fillers and have high mechanical properties, they are generally known as “Kevlar”.

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Aramid fibers have the lowest bulk density and are characterized by extreme strength and abrasion resistance and a negative coefficient of thermal expansion. However, their high degree of strength makes them difficult to process.

Aramid-filled plastics are mainly used in applications requiring extreme performance in terms of impact resistance, damping and abrasion resistance, where lightness is also required.

Compared to glass fibers, aramid fibers are considerably more expensive.


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