Aramid fibers are synthetic fibers having high performance. They consist of firm composite chains and are produced by the condensation effect of paraphenylene diamine and terephthaloyl chloride. Aramid fibers are immune to grazes and possess high tensile strength. They are also less capable of catching fire.
Increase in infrastructural undertakings is projected to remain a vital factor, driving the demand for the aramid fiber market. Growing spendings in home safety and defense by around all the primary fiscal markets around the world have been driving foremost demand for the aramid fiber market over the predicted period.
The region of Asia Pacific leads the worldwide demand for aramid fiber market.