AMI has dramatically expanded its line of safety-related fabrics over the past several years. The largest safety clothing manufacturers of high heat resistance safety apparel use AMI’s advanced heat resistant cloth for coats, boots, jackets, mittens, gloves, hoods and other PPE apparel. Through the use of technologically advanced manufacturing equipment as well as our investment in new coating and treatment technologies and heat-resistant composite products our safety fabrics now include:
- Broader range of yarn sizes and yields
- Wider array of fabric weights, thicknesses and widths
- More flexibility in fiber content
- New composite fabrics
- New coatings and other heat protection enhancements to boost performance
- New fiber blends, including PBI aramids, and fiberglass
Safety-related fabrics include core-spun, woven, knit, coated and aluminized heat resistant durable fabrics for easy construction and comfort without sacrificing industrial safety and protection.
Some of our Safety Fabrics include:
- AMI-FLEX: provides comfortable and lightweight industrial protection
- CARBO-FLEX: offers enhanced thermal protection
- VEXTRA: combats high temperatures
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Safety Apparel/PPE Fabrics Categories
VEXTRA® (FLVB) TP Cloth
Combat high temperatures with superior vermiculite armor over fiberglass fabric
The vermiculite coating enhances the fabric rating to 1000°F (540°C)
CARBO-FLEX® (FLP) Cloth
Composite combines strength and heat resistance.
Excellent heat dissipating capabilities
Enhanced thermal performance
CARBO-FLEX® (FLPN) Cloth
Aramid, fiberglass and non woven blend of aramid and partially carbonized acrylic fibers.
Mid-range temperature applications.
AMI-FLEX® (AFL) Cloth
Fiberglass support and then laminated on one side with a special aluminized polyester film
Ideal cloth for heat resistant safety clothing
Effective for mid-range temperature applications.
AMI-FLEX® (FL) (FLPBI) Cloth
Rated to 600°F (320°C)
Consistently higher performing fabrics
VEXTRA® (GLV) Cloth
A superior vermiculite armor over a 100%r fiberglass fabric.
Remains stable up at up to 1000°F (540°C)