Nomex - DuPont-- Nomex is an inherently heat and flame-resistant fiber that won’t melt, drip or support combustion providing a superior barrier between for what’s inside from the hazards around it. What is Nomex Tested for the hazards
Nomex Fibers - DuPont-- Nomex is an inherently flame-resistant, high-temperature resistant fiber that will not melt, drip, or support combustion in air. It is offered in paper, felt, fabric, and fiber forms.
Aerospace, Marine & Rail | DuPont™ Kevlar-- Bulkheads, fixed walls, and other interior structures on U.S. Navy and Coast Guard ships use Nomex or Kevlar honeycombs to help save weight and mitigate the inevitable corrosion that comes from exposure to sea spray. It is also used in ferries, hydrofoil designs, and recreational boats. Cable harness
Nomex Meta-Aramid | Avient - FIBER-LINE-- Nomex Meta-Aramid Heat and Flame Resistant History Originally called HT-, Nomex was first developed in the ’s and made commercially available in by DuPont™. It was first used as fabric for race-car driver suits. Composition Similar to Kevlar, Nomex is an aromatic polyamide.
G-Flex – Lower cost alternative to Nomex - The Gund G-Flex™ – Low-Cost Alternative to Nomex. G-Flex™ is The Gund Company’s brand of flexible insulation products. G-Flex™ product line includes meta-aramid paper, flexible laminates (i.e., DMD, NMN), wire sleeving, felts, cordage and surge ropes, and insulating tapes. The Gund Company has used its broad engineering and application knowledge along with extensive