Belton Industries. Inc. was the first company to partner with the government to co-develop low-cost aerial delivery systems (LCADS). Fashioned from woven polypropylene yarns, LCADS have, over time, replaced their much more expensive nylon counterparts. Belton fabrics, designed specifically for each unique application, represent the gold standard in polypropylene cargo parachute regulations and performance.
We currently manufacture specialized fabrics for high velocity (HV), low velocity (LV), and low-cost, low-altitude (LCLA) applications.
Coming soon – Woven polypropylene webbing for use in low-cost containers (LCC).