Nomex Fabric Manufacturer
Wayne Mills manufactures Nomex tapes that can withstand operating temperatures exceeding 600 degrees Fahrenheit. Ironer guide tapes and temperature-resistant bindings are common uses for this fabric.
Nomex is a brand name heat- and flame- resistant textile first developed by DuPont in the 1960s. Nomex is dyeable and offers heat and flame resistance, as well as low shrinkage. This material is typically used in the manufacture of fire safety apparel, military uniforms, and household oven mitts. Nomex tape from Wayne Mills is often used for bindings and trims in commercial, industrial, and specialty applications.