Material: 100% Kevlar Fiber of natural yellow from Dupont
Decomposition temperature: 800~900 °F / 427~482 °C
Kevlar doesn't melt like nylon or polyester. It decomposes at high temperature.
Approximately ±2~3% deviation exists in measurement.
Packaging: On Spool
Recommended safe working strength: 20% of its original strength.
- Kevlar Braided Cords, made of 100% Dupont color kevlar yarns, natural yellow mixed with bright blue/red yarns, bring greater dynamic and creativity to your innovations and projects.
- Built in braided constructions. In comparison to twisted lines, braided cords enhance tensile strength, possess nicer hand touching, and tend to better resist end raveling. 350lb~1000lb are built in hollow single braid, available for splicing to make a spliced end, continuous loops, etc.
- Inherently Flame Resistant, withstanding extreme temperatures up to 800 °F / 427 °C! To build shock lines, parachute systems for model rockets, or replace/upgrade wicks of torches/lamp, Kevlar cords are the unbeatable choice for you to fulfill flame-resistant demands and for applications in high temperatures.
- Reliable Survival Cord in the wild! Highly abrasion/friction resistant, Kevlar cord is used as highly efficient cords friction saw to help escape from plastic zip ties, ropes or tapes, and cut through various materials including woods, plastic tubes, nylon, polyesters to complete projects. In the binding, fastening, and wrapping jobs, Kevlar line/cord largely reduces risks of unexpected snaps, providing assured protection especially when in direct contact with sharp edges.
- High tensile strength cordages in lightweight, 10X greater than steel on an equal weight basis. Wound on compact rolls that are small enough to carry on person, and offer easy and fast deployment when you need it. Multi-use tool for your daily life, a must carry-on gear in your EDC kit. Tensile strengths are tested in accordance with ISO 2307 by SGS. Applications are not limited to kites, tent guylines, bear bagging, repairing, fishing assist line, speargun shooting, snare wires, trip lines.