BUTYL (IIR) COATED ARAMID FABRIC

Fiber consisting of a long chain polymer containing amines and aromatic components. Infusible, does not melt, does not burn, does not soften. Besides it shows low emission of toxic gases while combustion. Certain aramid can decompose at 500° C, It is thermostable up to 250° C.

Butyl, also known as Isobutylene-isoprene (IIR), is a synthetic rubber developed in the 1940’s. It has exceptionally low gas permeability making it ideal for inner tubes and high pressure/vacuum sealing applications. Its very low resilience makes it suitable for shock and vibration damping. Its chemical unsaturation gives it excellent resistance to heat, ozone, and weathering, and also to dilute acids and alkalis.
It is not suitable for use in mineral or petroleum based fluids.

General Properties min - max
Warp breaking strength 350 - 5000 daN/5cm
Weft breaking strength 350 - 2000 daN/5cm
Warp elongation at break 2% - 5%
Weft elongation at break 2% - 5%
Weight per sqm from 450 gr/m2
Thickness Upon request
Peeling strength Upon request
Continuous Temperature -55 C° à 120C°
Point Temperature -55 C° à 130C°

Properties

Acids resistance
Non-skid
UV resistance
Ozone Resistance
General Properties min - max
Warp breaking strenght 350 - 5000 daN/5cm
Weft breaking strenght 350 - 2000 daN/5cm
Warp elongation at break 2% - 5%
Weft elongation at break 2% - 5%
Weight per sqm 100 - 650
General Properties min - max
Hardness ShA 30 - 90 ShA
Hardness IRHD 30 - 90 IRHD
Tensile Strength 8 MPa - 20 MPa
Elongation at break 100% - 900%
Operating temperature
Continuous Temperature -55 C° - 120C°
Point Temperature -55 C° - 130C°
Resistance
Solvent resistance
Acid resistance
oxygen ageing
Ozone ageing
light ageing
Cold ageing --
heat ageing --
Available colors :
 
  • High temperature filtration.
  • Clothing fire protection.
  • Bullet proof vest. Thermo industry, electric and electronic.
  • Aerospace industry, boats and inflatables, sun protection.

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