Coated Textiles and Fabrics - ARMATEX®

Mid-Mountain Materials, Inc. has been one of the top suppliers of precision coated fabrics and coated textiles for more than 35 years. The company’s advanced, high-performance coated fabrics and industrial coated textiles are used in many applications across a wide range of industries, and can be die-cut, fabricated, or provided as rolled goods.

Utilizing a few of the most advanced fibers, specialized weaves, and a range of blends and coatings, Mid-Mountain Materials line of ARMATEX® Coated Fabrics and Textiles deliver not only better heat protection but have excellent durability and resistance to abrasion and chemicals.

Mid-Mountain started coating fabrics and textiles for industrial applications including insulation fabrics, welding fabrics, and thermal insulation barriers. Many of the company’s standard products are used in industries such as aerospace, aluminum, petrochemical, welding, insulation, and automotive, and comprise of silicone/fiberglass and silicone/silica combinations. Innovative engineering and working diligently with customers yielded more high-performance coated fabrics, giving the company the unique ability to meet the demands of a broad customer base.

Now, their specialty coated fabrics are used in technical applications such as air cargo covers, airbags, fabric for the manufacture of chemical suits and fire-fighting apparel, robotic protection covers, and temporary wilderness shelters. Besides fiberglass and silica substrates, they utilize specialty fabrics including Kevlar®, nylon, Nomex®, carbon, and aramid blends, and coat with a range of high-temperature, chemical, and abrasion resistant coatings.

Their textiles coating is not restricted to fabrics. Mid-Mountain has the capability to coat a range of textiles including bolt-hole tape, tadpole tape, round and square braided rope, woven tape, and knit rope.

A number of Mid-Mountain’s standard coated textiles can be manufactured in accordance with a range of specifications including ASTM E84, ASTM E162, FAR 25.855, and MIL-PRF-20696F. the company also offers several coated and uncoated fabrics that are ANSI/FM 4950 approved.

Coated Fabrics Features

  • High-temperature resistant
  • Chemical resistant
  • Abrasion resistant
  • UV/Weather resistant (certain styles)
  • Flexible for ease of use in pad fabrication
  • Durable for use in severe environments
  • Available in a variety of widths, thicknesses and colors

Coated Fabrics Standard Applications

  • Furnace curtains
  • Removable/reusable insulation pads
  • Disposable welding cloth
  • Custom fabricated seals
  • Gaskets
  • Welding curtains, welding blankets and welding pads (FM 4950 certified materials)

Coated Fabrics Specialty Applications

  • Automotive applications
  • Protective cargo covers
  • High-temperature robotic protection covers
  • Conveyor belt membranes
  • Weather and UV resistant textiles
  • Geotextiles
  • Noise control barriers
  • Construction textiles
Series Coating Base Fabric Continuous Use Limit, Base Fabric
SF Silicone Fiberglass 450 °F • 232 °C
QF Refractory Fiberglass 450 °F • 232 °C
SQC Silicone/Refractory Carbon 5000 °F • 2760 °C
SQF Silicone/Refractory Fiberglass 450 °F • 232 °C
SQK Silicone/Refractory Kevlar 400 °F • 204 °C
SS Silicone Silica 1800 °F • 982 °C
SIF Silicone/Intumescent Fiberglass 450 °F • 232 °C
VF Vermiculite Fiberglass 450 °F • 232 °C
TF PTFE Fiberglass 450 °F • 232 °C
CS Ceramic Silica 1800 °F • 982 °C
NF Neoprene Fiberglass 450 °F • 232 °C
CMO Ceramic Mineral Oxide 1300 °F • 704 °C

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