Heat Resistant Fabrics

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Heat and Fire Resistant Fabrics

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Zetex Fiberglass Fabric 

Zetex and ZetexPlus woven fiberglass fabrics provide thermal insulation, acoustic insulation, and protection from heat and fire.

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Z-Fil Fiberglass Cloth 

Z-Fil filament fiberglass fabrics are strong and lightweight heat resistant fabrics commonly used as facing material in insulation pads and gasketing applications.

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Z-Sil Silica Fabric 

Z-Sil is a flexible, high-silica fabric for the most extreme temperatures. Silica fabric is commonly used in welding blankets and welding curtains for stainless steel welding applications.

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Z-Tech Aramid Fabric 

Aramid fabrics provide superior abrasion resistance. Commonly known by the brand name “Kevlar®”, these high temperature fabrics are often used in safety gloves and other flame retardant clothing.

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Z-Flex Aluminized Fabric 

Z-Flex aluminized fabrics are used as heat shields to protect from extreme radiant heat, high temperatures, sparks, slag, and molten metal splash.

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Z-Block Fire & Smoke 

Z-Block flame retardant fabrics are commonly used in fire protection systems like fire containment covers and fire curtains.

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Z-Tuff Silicone & PTFE 

Z-Tuff silicone fabrics and Z-Tuff PTFE fabrics are designed for abrasion and heat resistance and commonly used as pipe insulation jackets to protect from outdoor elements.

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Z-Shield Welding Fabric 

Z-Shield acrylic coated welding fabrics are used as welding blankets and welding curtains for spark protection and welding safety.


Heat and Fire Resistant Fabrics

Newtex manufactures a range of heat resistant fabrics including Zetex® and ZetexPlus® woven fiberglass fabric, Z-Flex® aluminized fabric, and Z-Shield™ welding fabric. These heat resistant fabrics are used to fabricate personal protective apparel, heat shields, pipe insulation, welding blankets, and other thermal insulation and fire protection products.