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Ballistic Kevlar-aramid 195 g/m² – plain

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Ballistic Kevlar-aramid 195 g/m² – plain

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High quality ballistic kevlar - aramid 195 g/m², 5.7oz/yd²  –  plain cloth. This fabric is specially made for ballistic protection.

High quality ballistic fine kevlar - aramid fabric 195 g/m², 5.7 oz/yd²  –  plain cloth - sample A4. The material is thick, opaque and compact in the middle.

This fabric is specially made for ballistic protection.

It is only an sample of the material, A4 20x30cm / 11.81“x7.87“

If you a interested you can also get sheet by your desired dimensions.

What is Ballistic Kevlar®?
Kevlar®, a tightly woven, synthetic material with high tensile strength, was originally developed by the DuPont company in an effort to create a polymer-based replacement for tires — one that was lighter and more durable than its predecessor.

Upon discovering the potential behind this incredible strong fiber, the product, soon to be known as Kevlar®, was tested, and researched noticed that it exceeded the strength of nylon.

By the early 1970s, Kevlar® was introduced to the public and has since been used in a variety of industries including aerospace, ballistics, automotive, and telecommunications.

Still many feel that the Kevlar® name is synonymous with bullet resistant vests, and it’s durable, strong, and lightweight properties consistently place it ahead of steel and a variety of other materials when attempting to create or obtain effective body armor.

Kevlar® is a synthetic polymer and aramid fiber that is considered to be five-times stronger than steel on a equal weight basis. Its strength is derived from its structure (tightly packed, long chains of ring-like molecules) and way the fibers are tightly woven together.

The science used to create Kevlar® can be complex, and it’s easy to spend hours explaining its chemical makeup, but the take away will always be the same – it’s incredible strong and quickly showed its strength when compared to it’s nylon, polyester, and even steel predecessors.

As a DuPont product, Kevlar® is a product of years of extensive ballistic testing, scientific discovery, and engineering ingenuity. As such, Kevlar® products are tested for impact of ammunition between .22 caliber and .50 caliber.

Specification:

 

Nominal

Tolerance:  

Fiber:

Kevlar-aramid 195 g/m², 5.7 oz/yd² 

 

Fibre description

Kevlar 129

 

Weight:

195 g/sqm / 5.7 oz/yd²

± 3%

Thickness:

0.32 mm

± 2%

Weave:

plain

 

Width:

100 cm

 

Tensile strength (MPa)

3380

 

Tensile modulus (GPa):

96

 

Elongation at break (%): 

3.3

 

 

Warp – Weft ratio:

 

Warp

Weft

Fibre description:

Kevlar 129, 880 dtex 

Kevlar 129, 880 dtex 

Thread count (ends/cm)

10.8

10.8

Weight distribution (g/mq) 

97

97

Weight distribution (%):

50

50

Total weight rate (%)

50

50

Yarn number

880 tex

880 tex

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