Super fibers are materials with exceptional heat resistance/flame retardant properties. They are much stronger or more heat resistant compared to normal fibers.
High strength/high elasticity fibers include Para Aramid and Carbon Fiber, while heat resistant/flame retardant super fibers include Meta Aramid and PPS(Polyphenylene sulfide).
Huvis became the first domestic company to develop and commercialize Meta Aramid, which does not melt at 400˚C.
Representing the second largest share in the market, PPS is widely used for industrial materials due to excellent flame retardant and chemical resistant properties.
Huvis strives to develop super fibers for various applications, including protection attire such as firefighting and safety attire, industrial filters, automobiles and construction materials.
Does not burn at 350℃.
M-Aramid fiber /
PI fiber, fluorine fiber, etc.
Fire fighting attire
5 times stronger
Carbon fiber / P-Aramid fiber /
Does not melt in acid
PPS fiber, etc.
(thermoelectric power plant)
|Universal fiber||High strength fiber|
|Nylon for clothing
PET for clothing
|Nylon for industrial
PET for industrial
|Carbon fiber||High strength
|60Kg (4.7g)||150Kg (11.8g)||320Kg (25.1g)||440Kg (34.5g)||700Kg (43.2g)||1,500Kg (72.6g)|
NOTE : Strength of Main Section of Primary Section 1
Inside () is 1den. Standard yarn strength
Automotive heat-resisting material
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