Aramid also known as Aromatic Polyamide are mainly artificial powerful fibers and considered as composite materials. Specific Tensile Strength of Aramid Fibers is 5 times greater than Steel Products.
Because of their pervasive Thermal Expansion Coefficient, Aramid Fabric is beneficial for human atmospheres where high temperature propagation is essential. Aramid fibre was rapidly tested when it emerged in 1970, and used to reduce weight in comparison to composites reinforced with glass fibre. Aramid fibre is now well known for its general uses in making a variety of high durable and heat resistance materials.

FEATURES Some general characteristics that distinguish Aramids from other synthetic fibers are listed below:
• High Durability
• High melting point (500 ° c above)
• Good tear resistance
• Organic solvents-away
• Light Weight and High Strength
• Non-conductive
• Heat Resistant
• Low Flammability
• Flame Retardant
• High Temperature
• Reliable Fabrics
• Low elasticity at Breaking Point

Types of Aramid There are basically two main types of Aramid Fibers: Meta Aramid and Para Aramid

Meta Aramid Meta Aramid possesses excellent heat stability, electric insulation, chemical stability and radiation resistance.
These fibres are flame-retardant and stop burning of their own accord after the flame has been taken out. Meta-aramids are highly resistant to many solvents, acids and lyes. Anti-static components (carbon or steel fibre) are added to Meta Aramid in order to avoid static charging. Some of the main end-uses for Meta Aramids are protective clothing, hot gas filtration and electrical insulation.

Para Aramid
Para Aramid fibres possess a superior potency, five times more formidable when compared with steel, modest loss of durability through prolonged abrasion, stretching and flexing. It possesses a superb dimensional resistance.This fibre offers not just exceptional intensity and high modulus, but at the same time superior level of resistance to heat and impact. These qualities make it possible for the material to serve in a diverse number of uses which include tyres, rubber or latex goods, fiber-optic cable, friction material, protective clothing, construction and building reinforcement, composite materials and many other areas.
Para Aramids are used as a substitute to replace asbestos in brake and clutch linings, tyres reinforcement, as well as in composites such as materials for airplane, boats, and high-end automobiles and sports supplies. Members of police and military services wear anti-ballistic outfits made from Para Aramid materials.

Aramid Yarns
Aramid Yarns and threads for Weaving, Knitting and Sewing are guaranteed of extreme technical performances in tenacity, abrasion, resistance to temperature, UV and chemical resistance. The transformation of yarns, available in a standard and tested range, starting from fibres of the best quality, developed and implemented on the specific needs and applications of customers up to the creation of exclusive yarns.

• Concrete reinforcement
• Medical
• Packing and seals
• Protecting Clothes, Cut and abrasion resistant Gloves
• Manholes
• Conveyor belts for glass industry
• Automotive
• Military ballistic vests and helmets
• Industrial Yarns, Threads for Woven and Knitted Fabrics

At Chakwal Group, we believe success lies in specialization, diversification and satisfying our customers, that is why we invest in different businesses. With different backgrounds and educational experiences we are always trying something new at Chakwal Group. Our fabric arm is equipped with latest technology to bring you a variety of best quality fabric.

For any query or quick quotation regarding Meta Aramid, Para Aramid Fibers or Aramid Yarns, Contact us.

our businesses

SPINNINGChakwal group has around 160,000 spindles, which are operationally organized into 6 spinning units; the entire machinery is from world-renowned manufactures. The flag ship company of Chakwal Group is

WEAVINGYousaf Weaving Mills Limited is one of the premier manufacturers of Textile Products in Pakistan. Our company was founded in 1988 and since its inception it has been a leader in textile field and has grown from a

FARMINGFarming is the largest economic activity in Pakistan. Agriculture, small scale forestry, fishing and poultry farming contribute around 50 % of our GDP and employ 80 percent of the labor force. Agricultural products, especially cotton yarn, cotton clothing, raw cotton, rice, are important exports

CHEMICALSFoundations of Chakwal Group of industries were laid in Dhaka, Bangladesh 1965 before the partition. Khawaja Muhammad Yousaf, pioneer of the group, established a PVC shoe manufacturing plant.