reinforzado con fibra de Aramid ( poliamida aromatica)
Aramid: Most synthetic fibers are now derived from organic polymers, materials consisting of large organic molecules. Most of them are thermoplastic-that is, they are softened by heat. The first commercially successful organic synthetic fiber, nylon (polyamide), dates from 1938. Since then many other fibers, including acrylic (polyacrylonitrile), aramid (aromatic polyamide), olefins (polyethylene and polypropylene), polyester, and spandex (polyurethane), have been developed.
"Fiber," Microsoft® Encarta® Encyclopedia
harpeth and collins diccionary