Aramid fibre is a name of a specific type of extremely strong and heat-resistant fibre introduced early in the 1960s by the chemical giant DuPont under the trade name Nomex. Aramid fibres are aromatic polyamides that are manufactured and formed with a long-chain synthetic polyamide which more than 85% of the aramid mixed and bound directly to two aromatic rings, according to US Federal trade commission. Other companies that manufacture meta-aramids are the Japanese manufacturer Teijin (Teijinconex), Yantai (China) produces New Star and Kermel by Kermel (France). Most of these fibres are used for heat protection as racing car driver suits and firefighter’s special gloves as they do not melt or ignite under standard oxygen levels.
ECO-FASHION-DENIM AND DIAGRAMS DICTIONARIES OVERVIEW