The historical origin of high temperature aramid fabric insulation materials
High temperature aramid fabric insulation materials were born in the late 1960s and were initially little known as space development materials and important strategic materials. After the end of the Cold War, aramid fiber, as a high-tech fiber material, was widely used in the civilian field and gradually became known. high temperature aramid fabric insulation materials is a new type of special purpose synthetic fibers.
With the environmental protection movement of banning the use of asbestos in Europe and the United States, high temperature aramid fabric insulation materials have developed rapidly, gradually replacing asbestos as the main material for brake pads, clutch pads and gaskets. In addition, it has also been widely used in other industrial fields, such as optical fiber protection, high temperature filter bags, automotive hoses, tires, acoustic elastic cloth, power transmission belts, conveyor belts, transfer printing blankets, rubber shoe soles, etc.; in personal protection In the field, aramid can be made into bulletproof vests, bulletproof helmets, bulletproof armor, etc., fire suits, fire masks, military and police training suits, cutting-resistant gloves, etc.; It can be made into fire blankets, escape ropes, flame retardant curtains, bedspreads, pajamas, tablecloths, aprons, microwave oven gloves, etc. High temperature aramid fabric insulation materials can also be made into aramid paper for insulation of motors, transformers, and electronic appliances, and can be further processed into honeycomb structure materials for secondary parts of aircraft, yachts, high-speed rail, and high-speed trains.
The high temperature aramid fabric insulation materials is a kind of aramid, it is a new type of high-tech synthetic fiber, it is a kind of aramid fiber, it has ultra-high strength, high modulus and high temperature resistance, acid and alkali resistance, weight It is widely used in composite materials, bulletproof products, building materials, special protective clothing, electronic equipment and other fields.