Mid-Mountain Materials, Inc. manufactures a complete line of high performance textiles that includes cloth, rope, tape, and sleevings. Providing high temperature resistance between 350°F/176°C and 5000°F/2760°C, our family of Hytex® High Temperature Performance Textiles are suited to the specific demands of your application.
Hytex® 400 Kevlar® Textiles
Manufactured from various Kevlar® yarns, these products are ideal for applications requiring high strength and moderate thermal resistance.
Hytex® 500 Nomex® Textiles
Offering excellent resistance to chemical attack, these Nomex® products also provide excellent insulation against short-term flame impingement.
Hytex® 600 PTFE Fluoropolymer Textiles
These products offer high resistance to weathering, chemical corrosion and abrasion, and are moderately resistant to thermal attack.
Hytex® 700 Kevlar®-Glass Textiles
Produced from blended Kevlar® and fiberglass yarns, these products have excellent strength, dimensional stability, and abrasion resistance.
Hytex® 1000 Fiberglass Textiles
Resistant to most chemicals, these fiberglass textiles are capable of resisting heat up to 1000°F/538°C.
Hytex® 1400 Fiberglass Textiles
These products, produced from high performance fiberglass yarns, are ideal for use at temperatures where E-glass products would normally fail.
Hytex® 2200 and 2500 Ceramic Fiber Textiles
These are exceptionally effective high temperature textiles that are highly efficient for thermal and electrical insulation. Capable of withstanding temperatures up to 2500°F/1370°C, these products perform at higher temperatures than most other refractory textile materials.
Hytex® 5000 Carbon Textiles
A family of textile products composed of heat stabilized polyacrylonitrile fibers recommended for short-term exposure to very high temperature.
Kevlar® and Nomex® are registered trademarks of the E.I. DuPont Co., Wilmington, DE.
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