Nomex Laminated Insulations

            Nomex, man-made fibres, heat-resistant tests in laboratories. An open flame must be able to withstand a distance of 3 cm, 300-400 degrees Celsius, if it is not ordered within 10 seconds to be used in the manufacture of the suit. The underwear, hood, socks and gloves of riders and team members are made of Nomex.Nomex Laminated Insulations

            Aromatic polyamide fiber (Nomex), known as Aramid 1313, is an American DuPont company in the 60 's invention and put into use, is a good high-temperature flame retardant fiber, 200 ℃ can maintain the original strength of about 80%, 260 ℃ continuous use of $number H can still maintain the original strength of 65% 70%, and between the human body and clothing to form a barrier, reduce heat transfer effect, provide protection against the role of most acids, the stability of the alkali is also very good, Because of its outstanding performance and broad market prospects, countries have been research and development of heat-resistant performance and electrical properties are more prominent, widely used in the military industry and electrical industry, is an excellent grade h insulation materials.Nomex Laminated Insulations

             Nomex (Nomex) is a United States DuPont company for the period of poly-aromatic amide (aramid or Aramid 1313) products registered commodity names, including poly-aromatic amide fiber, paper and laminate and other products. At present, the world's place Aramid products commercially produced by the Company (ranked by capacity) are: The United States DuPont (Aramid Fiber and paper), China Yantai Spandex Group Co., Ltd. (Aramid fiber and paper), the Japanese emperor Company (only a bit aramid fiber), China Guangdong Color and Yan Company (only a bit aramid fiber), China Woo and Company (Aramid fiber and paper).Nomex Laminated Insulations