Lawson Ironwire Polyester / Dyneema 15m
Lawson manufacture their Ironwire to be your new favorite high strength low stretch accessory cord. It is made using a Fusion of High Tenacity Polyester and Dyneema SK75. This hybrid construction takes advantage of both fibers strengths, resulting in a product that is extremely strong, low stretch, abrasion resistant, UV resistant, won’t freeze, knots and unknots really great, and has out of this world cut resistance. And best of all, the ends will melt together because of the fused construction.. If NASA was sending Astronauts to the moon tomorrow, they would use this cord for their moonwalk.. It’s that good.. Ironwire can be used for any high strength low stretch accessory you can think of. Made in the USA, using the best materials on Earth!
Construction Type, Technical Details & Materials:
Kernmantle Construction. Not Spliceable. A fusion of High Tenacity Polyester and Dyneema SK75 for the Jacket. Dyneema SK75 Parallel Fiber Core. Very High Strength. Very Low Stretch. UV Resistant. Does not Freeze.
Size: 2mm (5/64″), Weight Per Foot: .040oz (3.80 grams per meter), Avg. Break Strength: 650 lbs
What sets Lawsons Ironwire apart from other high strength Accessory Cords?
Lawson use the best yarns possible. They braid the line so it’s strong, low stretch, and very tangle resistant. They give you more product for less money. They design the line to work really great and they make it theirselves.
FAQ.. How to melt the core and jacket together?
The simple and easy solution is to go back from the tail end of the cord about a foot or two and milk the Polyester/Dyneema jacket over the Dyneema core. Once you make the jacket slightly longer than the core (you only need to make it about 1/8″), then it’s time to melt the ends together. The Polyester/Dyneema jacket will encapsulate over the Dyneema core locking it in place. It is a permanent solution that you can use with all cords/ropes with different yarn chemistries.