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Created to spotlight excellence in innovation and design of protective gloves, the Kevlar® Glove Innovation Awards give authorized licensees of the Kevlar® brand the opportunity to showcase their advanced designs.
Gloves made with Kevlar® fiber not only help enhance cut protection, but are inherently flame-resistant so they won’t burn, support combustion, or melt.
DuPont™ Kevlar® aramid pulps are highly fibrillated chopped fibers that can be used as specialty additives in automotive brake pads, gaskets, and automatic transmission papers, and as a viscosity control additive for adhesives and sealants. Learn how Kevlar® aramid pulp helps enhance performance through high temperature reinforcement and viscosity control.
In response to the unique needs of correctional officers, DuPont™ Kevlar® Correctional™ technology helps provide superior protection against stabbing weapons.
For thousands of workers in the aerospace, electronics, metal fabrication, glass handling and automotive industries, cut-resistant protection accessories made with Kevlar® fiber helps offer the strength needed to do the job at hand.
DuPont™ Kevlar® fibers are used to help provide strength, flexibility, and lightweight protection in everything from yarns and woven ballistic fabrics to ropes and apparel.
When your office is a battlefield, DuPontTM Kevlar® KM2® Plus fiber steps in to help manufacturers provide the most critical protection available.
For hot surface contact hazards present in metal and glass forming foundries, DuPont created terry cloth made of Kevlar® fibre for use in heat-resistant gloves. Heavyweight gloves and mitts composed of 100% Kevlar® terry cloth and Kevlar® blends help offer a high level of protection for high-heat applications.
While the technology may be light, the protection is not. Our Kevlar® XP™ for Hard Armor technology helps manufacturers provide a lighter-weight helmet in a 100% Kevlar® solution.
Kevlar® XP technology for Soft Armor offers our finest protection for manufacturers to offer designs for increased bullet-stopping power and reduced back face trauma while being light and comfortable enough to be worn shift after shift.
In firefighting, two fibers are better than one. Together, Kevlar® fiber and Nomex® fiber help offer inherent fire resistance, strength, durability, and more.