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Biothane Peach 25MM

Biothane Peach 25MM

£5.16 Incl. tax
Unit price: £5.16 / Meter
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This product is sold per metre. Please fill in the desired number of metres when ordering. We deliver this in one piece. (For example, you ordered 10 pieces, you will receive one piece of 10 meters). Read more.

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Product description

Biothane is a diverse product with many processing possibilities. Biothane is widely used for dogs (collars and leashes) and equestrian sports (halters). The material is very strong and easy to clean. This makes Biothane an excellent replacement for leather and nylon. The core of Biothane is made of an extremely strong type of nylon (also used for e.g. backpack straps) and a protective plastic layer. This plastic layer is available in different colours. Bitohane is available in various widths. Biothane is available in up to 100 feet (30 metres) in one piece.

The many advantages of Biothane are:

  • High breaking strain: 345KG
  • Does not stretch
  • Moisture resistant (no chance of moulding)
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  • High (lasting) flexibility
  • Colourfast
  • Resistant to wear
  • Available in two widths
  • available in several colours

123paracord expands its product range weekly and the Biothane range will soon be expanded with new colours. Our customers will be informed about new products by our newsletter.

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EL01119

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