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Dyneema Composite Fabric | Definition


DCF is an acronym for Dyneema Composite Fabric



Is a nonwoven material consisting of ultra-high-molecular-weight-polyethylene fibers, adhesives, and PET film. This results in an ultra strong material when compared to finished weight that maximizes waterproofness, tensile, and tear strength. 

Also referred to as DCF (Dyneema Composite Fabric) and formally referred to as Cuben Fiber. Name changes happen with branding and patent adjustments.


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