Kevlar 1F178

In adhesive, sealant, coating, and fiber-reinforced plastic applications, Kevlar gives you the best of both worlds. You get better viscosity control and lower costs.

Common Applications: Kevlar is a fibrous thixotrope. It thickens or builds viscosity through the random orientation and physical entanglement of fibers and tiny fibrils. Kevlar is inert in most common chemicals including organic solvents. However, it is not stable in hot concentrated acids and bases. Kevlar also provides outstanding mechanical reinforcement properties, and it is safe for the environment.

Type: Kevlar Pulp Fibers

Kevlar 1F178 is a registered trademark of Du Pont.

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