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How do we make our exclusive "Kevlyester" blend of Kevlar and Polyester Safety Rope.
Few innovations in the past century have been as remarkable and useful as Kevlar™, invented in 1965 and produced by DuPont™. Among its many uses, Kevlar™ materials have been used for bulletproof armor and flame resistant material. Kevlar™ rope is no less remarkable. Pound for pound, Kevlar™ rope is far stronger than steel and it will not rust.
For this reason, Ace Fire Preparedness & Defense have designed and manufacture The Jim Reese Kevlyester™ rope is used as mooring lines on oil rigs and ships. While nylon rope has certain elastic abilities, Kevlar™ rope has very low stretch, making it an excellent choice when complete stability is needed. Extraordinary Properties Kevlar™ Rope Because of its polymeric properties, Kevlar™ material is susceptible to UV light and should not be permanently exposed to UV rays. Unlike any other rope, Kevlar™ rope is flame resistant.
This rope can resist temperatures 500° F before it begins to weaken, and Kevlar™ will only strengthen when exposed to subzero temperatures.[1] One should be aware of any signs of wear on Kevlar™ rope, as the integrity of Kevlar’s qualities are best demonstrated in extreme temperature conditions, or any time sheer strength is required.
Introducing The Jim Reese Safety Kevlyester Rope.
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