BioThane's protective coating keeps webbing in perfect condition while testing. Heat seal the ends for best results.
Rubber Property Effect of Liquid
After soaking the webbing samples in oil for more than a month, the protective coating on BioThane® coated webbing reveals the webbing underneath is still in perfect condition. We recommend heat sealing the ends of BioThane® coated webbing to achieve these results.
BioThane® vs Uncoated Webbing
||BioThane® Gold Series
||Uncoated Web polyester
|20% Acetic Acid
||ASTM D471-12 Rubber Property Effect of Liquids
||% wt. change
|ASTM #1 Oil
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BioThane Test Results