Sewn (Stainless Steel Reinforced Kevlar Thread)
High-Temperature Kevlar Thread – Up To 1,650° F
Material Specification No. 1405
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This polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE)-coated Kevlar thread is one of the strongest threads on the market today. The Kevlar thread houses a stainless steel wire core that can be sewn to many of Zippertubing's jackets, including its high-temperature heat-reflective materials. This thread is intended for long-term, extreme high-temperature applications up to 1,650°F.
|Temperature Range||-240° to 898°C (-400° to 1650°F)|
|Tensile Strength||20.5 lbs min.|
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