Steel Vs. Kevlar Helmets?

Answer Helmets play an important role in personal protection for many purposes, including military combat. Usually made of a lightweight but extremely durable material, it provides the user with protectio... Read More »

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Are Kevlar army helmets bulletproof?

The advanced combat helmet employed by the U.S. Army is rated to provide protection against a 9mm, 124 grain, full metal jacket round traveling at a speed of 1,450 feet per second. Soldiers credit ... Read More »

Cordura Vs. Kevlar?

Two common types of cloth are constantly competing in today's market. Cordura, produced by a company named Invista, and Kevlar, produced by chemical giant DuPont. While extremely durable and resist... Read More »

How to Adhere Kevlar to Rubber?

Kevlar is the trademarked name for DuPont's family of high-temperature resistant, synthetic aramid fiber products. Kevlar is a highly resilient material with great strength and extraordinary therma... Read More »

How to Maintain a Kevlar Lace?

Kevlar laces will not rip or shred as regular laces will over time. What differentiates these laces is the Kevlar fiber that they are made of, which is high-tensile strength. Kevlar is known for it... Read More »