Kevlar

The para-aramid synthetic fibre Kevlar is a registered trade mark of DuPont. Thanks to its remarkable strength (five times the strength of steel on an equal-weight basis) combined with high thermal resistance, it is a sought-after material in a number of demanding applications.

Kevlar

Due to its high strength and low weight, KEVLAR has become successfully used in ballistic tools production, especially in ballistic vests, helmets, shields, and armouring. KEVLAR-comprising products provide effective protection against cuts and abrasion, maximum elasticity and sensitivity for the users’ demanding needs.



Twaron

Twaron is a very strong fibre. The combination of mechanical features, chemical and thermal stability, and high durability offer unique qualities. It is used for the production of ballistic vests, helmets, shields, and armouring.

Teijin



Dyneema

Twaron is a very strong fibre. The combination of mechanical features, chemical and thermal stability, and high durability offer unique qualities. It is used for the production of ballistic vests, helmets, shields, and armouring.

Dyneema



Nomex

Protective clothing made of NOMEX® fibre (anti-riot suits, uniforms, or gloves) is used both by the professional police and army corps. The protective features of NOMEX® are stable. NOMEX® can be laundered without any adverse damage to the fibre. Flame-resistance is not achieved by chemical finishing; on the contrary, it is an inherent NOMEX® feature. DuPont has been a leader in the development of heat- and flame-resistant protective clothing for more than thirty years.

Nomex



Coolmax

CoolMax is a naturally hydrophobic fibre. DuPont has developed a unique fibre for the maximum move of excessive vapours away from the body, allowing the wearer to feel dry. The four-channel fibre CoolMax creates a transportation system moving the humidity ultra-quickly away from the skin to other cloth layers without the humidity absorbing.

Coolmax



Cordura

Cordura is a polyamide fabric, three-times more resistant mechanically than common polyester and twice more resistant than Nylon. Thick polyurethane finish increases the Cordura products utility value. The fabric is used for the production of ballistic vests covers and other tactical equipment.

Cordura



Outlast

Outlast is well-known especially for its excellent thermoregulatory features. Thermoregulation is achieved thanks to special miniature micro-capsules embedded in the fabric. The capsules contain PCM (phase change materials). PCM state is changed depending on the organism or air temperature changes. Quite lot of energy (heat) is absorbed or, on the contrary, released during the change of the state, and then delivered to/withdrawn from the body by PCM.

Outlast