The success of AUDAXPRO® is strongly linked to the area of materials for diving.
The use of innovative materials has always played a key role in the creation of cutting-edge GAV.
The realization of technical products is based on the ability to combine and work a wide range of different materials, chosen with accuracy between the solutions currently known and available on the market.
A healthy ability to evolve our products to the evolution of new materials is what sets us apart in the daily effort to want to offer the best without compromise.
The choice of materials is important
The AUDAXPRO® BCD have the basic research and the study of materials, to ensure safety and quality in our products
Resistant to abrasion and tear, wear resistance, high elastic recovery, good color fastness, easy maintenance.
Retroreflective technology for high visibility clothing. Able to reflect the light emitted from the headlights toward the observer
Mechanical resistance to traction, 5 times stronger than steel. Considerable resistance to heat and flame. Also used for bulletproof vests.
Nylon polyamide 100% is produced by trimming and weaving the cut polyamide fibers. Resistant to abrasion and tear. Generally used in clothing, and footwear.
The polyamide fibers are synthetic fibers consisting of linear macromolecules made from the polycondensation of bifunctional compounds.
Characteristics of the polyamide fiber Resistance to wear High recovery elastic Ease of dyeing Good color fastness Ease of maintenance.
The 3M ™ Scotchlite ™ Reflective Materials use a technology known as retro reflection. The retro reflection occurs when a ray of light is reflected back to its source. Sure to be protected and visible.
The Scotchlite reflective material is made by 3M for road signs and for high visibility clothing. Thanks to its particular structure with tiny glass beads, and a reflective layer on the back, is able to defer the light emitted from the headlights toward the observer. These materials are born in the 40s and have had a significant technological development to make them more efficient in return the light.
Kevlar is a synthetic fiber aramid invented in 1965 by Stephanie Kwolek, a researcher at DuPont. Its main feature is the large mechanical resistance to traction, so that a given weight is five times stronger than steel.
Kevlar also has a high resistance to heat and flame.
Due to its characteristics of resistance is used as a reinforcing fiber for the construction of bulletproof vests, equipment for extreme sports and for components used in airplanes, boats and racing cars.