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Technical material

A fiber

Aramid fibers belong to the polyamide family.

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Aramid fibers

Aramid fibers belong to the polyamide family (the word aramid comes from the contraction of "aromatic polyamide"). This is a class of fibers that are highly heat-resistant and/or have excellent mechanical properties (notably resistance to breakage). They are widely used in our technical textiles.


Kevlar® was developed in the USA by the DuPont company. Competitors then drew inspiration from the formula to create equivalents: the Dutch company AkzoNobel created Twaron®, then the Japanese company Teikin created Technora®.

Technical uses

These fibers, which have excellent heat, shear and tensile strength properties while retaining low density, have become indispensable in ropes and webbings for technical applications: protective clothing, composite or rubber reinforcements...

We are also

On request or by catalog, we are able to combine all our textile articles with an infinite choice of endings: plastic buckles, metal parts, hooks, tilting ends, lugs, snap hooks...
Our technical team is at your disposal for all your developments.

From our Aramid models



Trade-in rate

approx. 4% (relatively hydrophilic fiber)

Exceptional tensile strength

(200cN / tex, 5 times stronger than steel)

Low elongation

(2% à 4%)

Heat behaviour

does not melt, carbonizes at over 400°C

Excellent properties

dielectric and non-conductive

Good resistance

shock and fatigue resistance

Sensitive to UV and chemicals

Technora has higher chemical resistance than Kevlar and Twaron)

Our Aramid models

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