Mid-Mountain Materials, Inc. Datasheets for Specialty Fibers, Fabrics, and Textiles

Specialty fibers, fabrics and textiles are based upon a unique composition, weave, or technology, and are designed for specialized applications.
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ARMATEX ® SILVERSTAR 10 SILICONE COATED FIBERGLASS is comprised of a strong, flexible woven fiberglass fabric impregnated both sides with premium silicone rubber to a finished weight of 10 ounces...
ARMATEX ® SILVERSTAR 13 SILICONE COATED FIBERGLASS is comprised of a strong, flexible woven fiberglass fabric impregnated both sides with premium silicone rubber to a finished weight of 13 ounces...
ARMATEX® Ceramic Coated Fabrics are comprised of a cured, high-temperature coating applied to a variety of high-temperature resistant base fabrics. The ceramic coating enhances strength, adds dimensional stability, and...
Comprised of 96% amorphous silica fibers, SILTEX® Silica Textiles are excellent for use as high-temperature resistant insulation where high strength and flexibility are required. Available as rope, tape or...
Made with continuous filament, 96% amorphous silica fibers, SILTEX® Woven Silica Fabrics are widely used for applications that require high heat resistance, as well as abrasion and/or chemical resistance.
Mid-Mountain manufactures silicone coated fabrics and tapes comprised of varying substrates coated with silicone rubber compounds. With a continuous use limit of 450°F • 232°C, ARMATEX® Silicone Coated Fabrics...
Mid-Mountain manufactures textiles designed for use as thermal seals and barriers for high temperature applications in moderate to severe environments. In 1976, we began manufacturing Channel Tapes and Tadpole Tapes...
Mid-Mountain offers a complete line of high-temperature resistant insulating materials designed to perform in a variety of applications. CERMEX® Thermal Insulation Blankets and Papers have low thermal conductivity, low...
SILTEX® SILICA YARN XS-150 is comprised of continuous filament, amorphous silica fibers which operate continuously at temperatures up to 1800°F • 982°C. With excellent resistance to thermal shock and...