Get Inspired by the Latest Developments with DYNEEMA®

DYNEEMA® developments in ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene (UHMWPE) technology


 
 

| Wednesday, June 20, 2012


Get Inspired by the Latest Developments with DYNEEMA®

At Eurosatory 2012, which will be held in Paris from June 11 to 15th, DSM Dyneema will be showcasing its recent developments in ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene (UHMWPE) technology as well as the latest innovations of customers’ life protection applications made with Dyneema®.

DSM’s ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene (UHMWPE) fiber, tape, and unidirectional material (UD), licensed under the Dyneema® brand, combine extremely low weight with outstanding strength to provide improved protection for law enforcement, security and military personnel. Because of this unique combination of properties, Dyneema® is often specified in customer applications for the protection of personnel around the world.

Visitors to Hall 6, booth number D 391 will be able to see a range of products made with Dyneema® by several of DSM Dyneema’s customers. These products are used in numerous vehicles and personal protection applications worldwide, and help meet the growing demand for increased protection as conditions and threats are evolving and becoming more severe.
Amongst the innovative development concepts at the show will be a number of customer concepts and a processing example. These include a combined solution used for external vehicle armor, to protect against road side bombs, IEDs, EFPs, kinetic energy and fragments, as well as a vehicle panel made with Dyneema® BT10 tape liners.

Customers’ solutions made with DSM's material, include:
•    Vehicle spall liners
•    External vehicle armor solution
•    Customized ballistic protection solution for aircraft applications
•    Dyneema® BT10 pressed panel




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