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TMO named master distributor for 3M Nextel High temperature Textiles
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Jun '08
Thermostatic Industries announced that it had been granted a contract to fabricate and distribute 3M Nextel High temperature textiles. Thermostatic supplies the complete range of woven cloth of the Nextel High temperature product range which includes Nextel 312 Nextel 440 Nextel 550 Nextel Nextel 610 Nextel 720 fabrics.

They also custom fabricate the associated ropes, textile gaskets, and fabric seals from the Nextel fabrics.

3M Nextel Woven Ceramic Fabrics are designed to meet the toughest thermal, mechanical and electrical performance requirements and can be custom fabricated by Thermostatic to suit any unique application.

Nextel Woven Ceramic Fabrics outperform the useful limits of other high temperature textiles such as aramids, carbon, glass or quartz. Nextel woven ceramic fabrics are engineered to perform at continuous temperatures of 2000°F (1093°C) or higher depending on application and composition.

Sonny Lathrop, president of Thermostatic Industries Inc said, “ This complete range of high temperature textiles from 3M, combines with our custom fabrication abilities and is just what the marketplace demands”

The high temperature textiles have excellent applications in high temperature environments with vibration and/or flexibility where typical rigid materials like metal gaskets and seals do not work. Industries such as Aerospace & Automotive that have hot fuel, engines and exhaust components will benefit from high temperature textile solutions for gaskets, seals, and expansion joints.


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