Hybrid fabrics

Hybrid fabrics are woven from a wide variety of different fibres, such as combinations of carbon fibre and aramid yarns in varying proportions in warp and weft. The characteristics of the different fibre types complement one another.

Hybrid fabrics are mainly distinguished by low areal weights, cost savings, as in carbon / glass; high impact resistance as in carbon / aramid; various combination possibilities and striking patterns.

    • Woven Carbon/Aramide fabrics  kevlar hybrid Twaron

      Carbon-Aramid-fabric

Carbon-Aramid fabrics

Areal weight [g/m²]

Weave

Width [cm]

68

Leinwand

100

170

Leinwand

100

210

Köper 2/2

100

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