This fabricated belt requires a special type of lacing that is sewn onto both ends using Kevlar thread. Kevlar is one of the strongest and most heat resistant commercially available threads, and it is our number one choice for industrial sewing projects.

Kevlar is about 2½ times stronger than nylon and polyester, has very little stretch, does not melt, and decomposes at 800ºF. This makes it a great choice for high stress applications including sewing seams on heavy duty clothing, conveyor belts, harnesses and bags, reinforcing plastics, and other fibers, and even providing high-temperature controls for model airplanes and rockets.