Aramid pulp is produced by a series process of cutting, grinding and suspending in water. The aramid fiber is fibrillated into pulp. The pulp not only inherits the high-strength, high-modulus, high-temperature resistance, abrasion resistance and excellent chemical stability from para-aramid fiber, but also has high dispersibility, specific surface area and grip force to provide reinforcement and viscosity control under shear stress.
- Versatile and adjustable
- High fibrillation
- Improves heat and chemical resistance
- Reduces product brittleness
KARAMID® para-aramid pulp should be kept dry in original bags and properly stocked.
Preferably store at room temperature with 35-65% relative humidity.
Avoid the sun, rain and fire.
Net weight: 5kg per bag