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  • Dyneema® Bonded Leather used for new PORTER Freestyle luxury line

    Royal DSM, a global science-based company in Nutrition, Health and Sustainable Living, today announced that Dyneema® Bonded Leather is used in the new Porter Freestyle line luxury bags. The material was created in a collaborative effort from ECCO Leather and DSM Protective Materials and is the thinnest yet strongest leather on the market.

    30 Jul 2020

  • DSM and FibrXL sign global premium distribution partnership

    DSM Protective Materials has appointed FibrXL, as its global premium distribution partner for Dyneema® products. The initial focus will be on European and North American, starting 1 May 2020. DSM Protective Materials will continue to service its strategic customers directly as well as develop both innovative and cost-efficient solutions.

    19 May 2020

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    Dyneema® SK78 – Reducing the risk of rope breakage

    The high-performance strength, durability, and low weight of Dyneema® SK78 ensures it remains the safest choice for maritime rope.


    DECONSTRUCTED': Exploring Dyneema® Composite Fabrics

    Fabric and materials designer Asim Khan and DSM Protective Materials Application Developer Wes Hatcher talk about why these futuristic fabrics are transforming the outdoors and lifestyle industries.


    Dyneema® and Applied Fiber – Shock Damping Shovel Pendants

    Employing high-strength, lightweight synthetic ropes made with Dyneema® is one of the fastest ways to increase productivity and safety, while reducing overall operating costs.

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