Aramid high-temperature gloves are a relatively common type of high-temperature gloves, named because the main material is composed of aramid fibers.
The full name of aramid is "poly(p-phenylene terephthalamide)", and the English are Aramid fiber. It is a new type of high-tech synthetic fiber with excellent properties such as ultra-high strength, high grinding capacity, high-temperature resistance, acid and alkali resistance, lightweight, etc. Its strength is 5 to 6 times that of steel wire, and its modulus is 2 times that of steel wire or glass fiber. ~ 3 times, the toughness is 2 times that of the steel wire, and the weight is only about 1/5 of the steel wire. At a temperature of 560 degrees, it will not decompose or melt. It has good insulation and anti-aging properties and has a long life cycle. The discovery of aramid is considered to be a very important historical process in the material industry.
Because of the characteristics of aramid fiber, high-temperature gloves made of aramid fiber have good wear resistance, cutting resistance, and high-temperature resistance. The usual aramid high-temperature resistant gloves include 300-degree high-temperature resistant gloves and 500-degree high-temperature resistant gloves, features: flame retardant, sweat absorption, breathable, anti-scalding,