Dual Mirror aluminized fabric has proven to be the world leader in protecting workers from the hazard of molten metal in the primary metals industries.

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These heat and abrasion resistant aluminized aramid fabrics are woven from aramid yarns and then aluminized using our exclusive Dual Mirror aluminization process, which provides infrared heat reflectivity, heat protection, and abrasion resistance. Aramid fabrics are recognized for being strong, abrasion resistant, and heat and flame resistant. Introduced in the 1960’s by DuPont, Aramid fabrics are commonly known by the brand name "Kevlar®."


Our aluminized fiberglass fabrics offer the highest heat resistance in our fabric line, and our 1018 is the most durable, non-irritating fiberglass fabric on the market. These fabrics are well-suited for applications that require insulation and a superior radiant barrier. Made from inorganic materials, our fiberglass fabric will not produce hazardous out-gassing when subjected to high heat environments.

Korspun 1®

Korspun fabrics are comprised of a fiberglass core, designed to resist the highest temperatures, wrapped in an abrasion resistant para aramid shell. The para aramid shield minimizes fabric flex fatigue and makes the fabric extremely durable.


Our PBI/Para Aramid blend combines polybenzimidazole synthetic fiber with para aramid to create a high performing fabric used in a variety of protective apparel for welders, firefighters, and astronauts. The synthetic fiber possesses exceptional thermal and chemical stability that provides excellent thermal protection, while the para aramid provides a great deal of strength and durability.


An economic, durable flame-retardant material for many high temperature industrial and protective clothing applications, including molten metal splash. PFR Rayon fabric has excellent insulation characteristics and is comfortable to wear. It provides anti-static protection and a moisture regain of over 10% compared to a 2% moisture regain for aramid fabric.


Specifically designed for use in the metal processing industry, these fabrics were engineered to protect in high-risk environments and endure catastrophic molten metal splashes exceeding 3,000F without penetrating the fabric.