Kevlar® 1F538

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 oreientation and physicial 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 provies outstanding mechanical reinforcement properties, and its safe for the environment.

Type: Kevlar Pulp Fibers

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