Skate-tec Dyneema neck guard
4 sizes protective neckguard
- Dyneema lining for cut resistant protection
- Meet ISU standards
- Soft & comfortable material
- Ajustable velcro closure
Skate-tec Dyneema neck guard size chart
small : 13.5″ – 14.5″ (34-37cm)
medium: 14.5″ – 15.5″ (37-40cm)
large: 15.5″ – 16.5″ (40cm-43cm)
xlarge: 16.5″ – 18.5″ (43cm-46cm)
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The Dyneema® Secret
Skate-tec Dyneema neck guard is made with Avient’s super-strong ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene (UHMwPE) fiber branded as Dyneema® offers maximum strength with minimum weight. This makes the number of possible applications virtually unlimited.
Dyneema® fiber is produced in a patented gel spinning process in which the fibers are drawn, heated, elongated, and cooled. Stretching and spinning leads to molecular alignment, high crystallization, and low density. Dyneema® has extremely long molecular chains that transfer load more effectively to the polymer backbone. So it’s stronger at the same weight or lighter at the same strength than alternatives.
Dyneema® fiber is 15x stronger than steel at the same weight, with a tensile strength up to 43 cN/dtex. As well as its extraordinary strength, Dyneema® excels in cut and abrasion resistance and has a high resistance to chemicals and UV. Dyneema® fiber is so light that it floats on water and furthermore has a very high modulus (resistance against deformation). Dyneema® is available in a wide range of titers (fiber thickness), from 50 to 6600 dtex, making the fiber suitable for many applications.
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Skate-tec Dyneema neck guard meets the European standard EN 388:2016+A1:2018 – ‘Protective gloves against mechanical risks’ has now been published to supersede EN 388:2003. General-purpose protective gloves account for the largest market share of all personal protective equipment (PPE) sold and protect wearers from a wide range of hazards. To assist wearers with the selection of appropriate gloves, several European safety standards – including EN 388:2016+A1:2018 – have been developed, enabling levels of protection against different risks to be defined. These defined levels of protection enable appropriate gloves to be selected, based on the hazards and risks identified for a specific work activity.