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any of various flame-resistant and strong synthetic fibres used in, for example, firefighters' clothing and body armour
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(ˈær ə mɪd)

any of a class of synthetic aromatic long-chain polyamides capable of extrusion into very strong heat-resistant fibers.
[1970–75; probably ar (omatic) + -amid, resp. of amide]
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M2 PRESSWIRE-August 16, 2019-: Global Aramid Industry Analysis 2019, Market Growth, Trends, Opportunities Forecast To 2024
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The hybrid tire cord includes a nylon primarily twisted yarn and an aramid primarily twisted yarn, wherein the nylon primarily twisted yarn and the aramid primarily twisted yarn are secondarily twisted together, and after untwisting of the secondary twisting of the hybrid tire cord having a predetermined length, a length of the aramid primarily twisted yarn is 1.005 to 1.025 times a length of the nylon primarily twisted yarn.
The shares were purchased through Teijin Aramid B.V., the core company of the Teijin Group's aramid business, located in Arnhem, The Netherlands.
For the past four years, Jacob Holm has sold the aramid containing fabrics through DuPont as a toll manufacturer, but Jacob Holm will now deliver Kevlar and Nomex protective fabric products directly from the Old Hickory production site.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates, March 16, 2018 --( TaraSafe, a global player in Flame Resistant industry, offers a wide range of FR clothing for protection against heat and chemicals in Aramid and Aramid blended FR.
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The fibers are preferably aramid fibers but can also be bamboo, glass, metal, elastomer, polymer, ceramic, or corn husks.
Teijin Aramid and MACRO Industries have agreed to develop and market a more durable, fire-resistant air freight container, the companies said.