chloride in a condensation reaction.
Kevlar is well-known as a component of some bulletproof vests. The US military forces PASGT helmet and vest used from the early 1980s have Kevlar as a critical component, as do their replacements. Civilian applications include Kevlar reinforced clothing for motorcycle riders to protect against abrasion injuries.
In many cases, it is part of composite material, used in the production of some tennis, badminton, squash rackets, kayaks, and some field hockey and lacrosse sticks. It is used as an inner lining for some bicycle tires to prevent punctures, and due to its excellent heat resistance, it is used for fire poi wicks.
The profile goes to a cooling table, where it moves back and forth to cool down. We usually use Kevlar for this table.