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Moments That Matter, with Dyneema®

Whether on the trail, out at sea or in the laboratory, high pressure environments present continuous forks in the road. Moments That Matter, with Dyneema® is a podcast dedicated to the people who walk these roads, and the choices that defined them along the way. From explorers and pioneers, to inventors and innovators, each episode takes a deep dive into the moments that defined a true trailblazer in their field, because when making split second decisions there’s no time for second guessing whether your equipment will perform. The right materials make all the difference. Never compromise.

 

Episode #2: Harm van de Werff, DSM

Harm van der Werff is the Principle Scientist for Dyneema®, whose research is furthering the fundamental properties of Dyneema® products and maximising their performance in the real world. From numerical modelling and fibre spinning, right the way through to ballistic testing of new innovations, Harm takes simple polyethylene molecules and harnesses their miraculous properties to dramatically improve real-life applications, to protect those that protect us - in the moments that matter most. On today’s episode, Charlie and Harm discuss the past, present and future of the world’s strongest lightweight fiber. 

Episode #1: Panos Mytaros, ECCO Leather

Panos Mytaros, ECCO Leather’s Executive Vice President. is a legendary figure in the world of leather. An un-orthodox leader and a true bastion of innovation, Panos is based at ECCO’s tanning factory in The Netherlands and has been working on creating leather bonded with Dyneema® since 2017. On today’s episode of Moments That Matter, Charlie dives into Panos’ innovative design philosophy and asks what he envisions for the future of one of the world’s oldest materials; leather.

About the Host

Charlie Walker is a British adventurer, writer and the host of Moments That Matterwith Dyneema®. He specialises in long distance, human-powered expeditions to the world’s most remote regions. He has explored the Tibetan plateau, Mongolian steppe, Congolese jungle and Arctic tundra. He has travelled over 50,000 miles by bicycle, foot, horse, raft, ski and dugout canoe; and his a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, a lifetime honorary member of the Scientific Exploration Society, and a two-time recipient of the Transglobe Expedition Trust 'Mad but Marvellous' grant.

We believe that when failure is not an option, you should never compromise on material performance. That’s why Dyneema®, the world’s strongest and lightest fiber, has been used in critical applications to provide unmatched performance and protection for more than 30 years.

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