Kevlar

A strong synthetic material used widely as strength members within optical fibre cables. The name is a trademark of Dupont.

kevlar

A tough material sometimes used in bicycle tyres to guard against punctures, and in bullet-proof vests for the same reason.
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Kevlar

Kevlar is the registered trademark for a para-aramid synthetic fiber, related to other aramids such as Nomex and Technora. Developed by Stephanie Kwolek at DuPont in 1965, this high-strength material was first commercially used in the early 1970s as a replacement for steel in racing tires. Typically it is spun into ropes or fabric sheets that can ...
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Kevlar

(from the article `industrial polymers, major`) ...or flame-resistant fabrics, bulletproof clothing, and fibre-reinforced composite materials. DuPont began to produce Nomex (its trademark for ... ...was revolutionized, however, by the discovery that numerous layers of nylon fabric could dissipate the energy of a bullet. Particularly ......
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Kevlar

A brand of aramid.
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Kevlar

A fibre made by DuPont made from a crystalline polymer into a fibre. The yarns of Kevlar are spun and woven, predominantly to make seamless gloves, sleeves or linings. Kevlar has excellent heat and abrasion resistance.
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Kevlar

a man made material, ideal for leaders/tippets for fish with sharp teeth, hard to cut.
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Kevlar

A synthetic fiber with strength and thermal stability used as a reinforcing agent. It is a registered trademark of DuPont.
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kevlar

A tough material sometimes used in bicycle tyres to guard against punctures, and in bullet-proof vests for the same reason.
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kevlar

helmet made from kevlar.
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Kevlar

Kevlar is a trade name for DPont bullet-proof fabric used in protective clothing, usually bullet-proof vests.
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Kevlar

Man-made, yellow/brown aramid fiber that is used to make sails or composites for building hulls. In sails it retains its shape better and is lighter than Dacron, but is more expensive. Kevlar is the brand name from DuPont and is also used in bullet-proof jackets. It loses its good properties when exposed to the sun for extended periods of time.
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Kevlar

This special man made fibre was originally used in bullet proof vests as it is incredibly tough and resistant to breakage. A new type of dental adhesive bridge utilises Kevlar fibres to reinforce its structure whilst allowing tooth coloured materials to be used for enhanced aesthetics. This Fibre Reinforced Resin Retained Bridge technology (FRRRB) ...
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Kevlar

Trademark of DuPont for high-performance para-aramid fibers used as reinforcements.
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