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.
|| 0.26 Oz
|| 0.55 Oz
Approximately ±2~3% deviation exists in measurement.
Packaging: On Spool
Recommended safe working strength: 20% of its original strength.
- Kevlar Line is most used for Flying Single Line Kites. A snap swivel is attached for easy clip to the kite bridle.
Low Stretch! Kevlar string has much less stretch than a string of other material, like nylon. This means a lot in kite control. You are able to get a quicker and much more sensitive response from the kite with Kevlar string, whenever you fly a delta kite or a quad stunt kite.
High Tensile Strength! Kevlar has a great advantage to make it outstanding in all kinds of kite strings. It can concentrate the same strength in a much thinner and lighter body. The Lighter, the better! Two construction to your preference, twist and braid! Braid (Multi-strands interweaving process) makes the string much more solid and durable. It won't unravel like a twisted line. All yarns will still hold together even one of them is broken, making it safer.
Cut-Resistance! One of the best advantages of Kevlar string. It helps avoid many unexpected string snaps which happen a lot in binding and fastening objects with sharp edges. Kevlar line will much reduce your risk of losing your precious kites.
- There is more to do with Kevlar string than you imagine. Due to its high strength, high toughness, high melt-point and high abrasion resistance, Kevlar line will do great in so many applications, like fishing, camping / hiking equipment fastening, usual mason's line, plant support, gardening work, decoration hanging, creative projects, etc.