Technical Fibres: Recycled aramid
Procotex Corporation, and its daughter company Apply Carbon (FR), is a leading manufacturer of sustainable para-aramid fibres for the friction, gasket, chemical, textile and compounding industry. Thanks to the acquisition of Herzog A.G. (CH) in 2018, we inherited many years of technological experience in the processing/milling of recycled para-aramid. We offer a wide range of para-aramid fibres in different forms (fibres, dry-milled, granulates, powder) with nearly the same quality properties as virgin grades, but at prices that are up to 30-50% cheaper than virgin grades. Procotex/Apply Carbon products are preferred because of the excellent price-performance ratio.
Procotex Corporation can also cut rovings or yarns to precision lengths (250 µm – 120 mm). This in the context of highly technical applications such as for instance in compounding, injection moulding or thermoset applications. We can also work on commission in precision cutting of aramid fibres.
Dry-milled para-aramid fibres
Thanks to the acquisition of Herzog A.G. (CH) in 2018, we inherited many years of technological experience in the processing/milling of recycled para-aramids.
Application: friction for brake pads, linings, gaskets, coatings, and composites.
Special neoprene grade for rubber applications.
Large range of tailor-made grades.
For easy dosing and better dispersion.
Ideal for compounding applications.
Increase of mechanical reinforcement – tribology – wear resistance.
Extra sizing on the fibres to increase the adhesion to the matrix.
Precision chopped para-aramid fibres
Toll chopping & processing.
Fibre length: 0.25mm to 100 mm and longer.
Pulled para-aramid fibres
Pulled fibres: for spinning and non-woven applications.
- Cutting of aramid fibres (meta-para)
- Cutting aramid fibres to precision length (250 µm to 120 mm)
- Pulling of aramid fibres (meta-para)
- Dry milling para-aramid
- Granulating para-aramid
Benefits compared to other synthetic threads
- Very large tensile strength
- High elasticity module
- Low creepage
- Resistant against high temperatures
- Good material fatigue-wear resistance
- Chemical resistance
- Increased reinforcement and tribology
Benefits compared to steel
- Low specific weight
- High energy absorption
- Corrosion resistance
- Good dielectric constant
- Good material fatigue resistance
- Product range