Liner

POLYAMIDE

A synthetic fiber characterised by strength, elasticity, resistance to abrasion and chemicals, low moisture absorbency and quick dry.

POLYESTER

A synthetic fiber that gives low absorbency, resists shrinking and is an effective non-allergenic insulator.

COTTON

Natural fibre. It gives high absorbency, hypoallergenic and comfortable.

ARAMIDE

It is strong synthetic fibers, good mechanical properties (cut resistance), excellent fire and heat resistance.

HPPE

A synthetic fiber known for its exceptional elasticity where it is able to revert to its original shape after being stretched.

Coating Materials
Advantages Limitations
Natural Rubber Excellent flexibility, resistant to tear, good resistant to numerous acids and ketones. Avoid contact with hydrocarbons, oils, greases derivatives, latex protein may cause allergies.
Chloroprene Good resistant acids and aliphatic. Perform well when expose to sunlight and ozone. Avoid contact with chlorinated solvents.
Nitrile Very good resistant to abrasion, cut and puncture. Excellent resistance to hydrocarbon derivatives. Avoid contact with solvents containing ketones, oxidising acids and nitrogen organic compounds.
PVC Good resistant to acids and bases. Avoids contact with solvents containing ketones and aromatic solvents.
Butyl Rubber Very elastic, excellent chemical properties especially against ketones. Low gas permeability. Avoids contact with aliphatic hydrocarbons, aromatic hydrocarbons and Halogenated solvents.
Fluoroelastomer Excellent chemical protection against chlorinated, aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons. Avoids contact with ketones, esters and nitro compounds
Polyurethane Good resistant to abrasion, very flexible and elastic, good grip in dry conditions. Low chemical resistance.