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Webbing that makes the difference!
The webbing that SCHROTH use is specially manufactured for SCHROTH. Each lot manufactured must pass their stringent quality control proceedures. SCHROTH only uses Polyester material. Polyester has several advantages over Polyamide (NYLON®) webbing. Advantages such as lesser degradation under light (see figure 1.) and a resistance against acids such as battery acid. In addition Polyester does not absorb moisture so the performance of SCHROTH harnesses do not change whatever the climate might be.

Polyester also has a better force/elogation ratio so a well designed webbing can disipate more energy during an accident.

Figure 1.
Remaining strength in percent over a 2 year period.
Unique to SCHROTH is the "memory effect" we have designed into their webbing. Special mono filaments laterally woven in, perform like small leaf springs and keep the webbing flat. This results in better load spreading over the full width of the SCHROTH webbing: the special weaving technology forms round edges for additional comfort (see figure 2).
Figure 2.
A points to the woven-in mono filaments, responsible for the "memory effect".
B points to the round edges for additional comfort.

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