58" 200 D. Heat Sealable Coated Oxford @ $17.95/ linear yard

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58" 200 D. Heat Sealable Coated Oxford @ $17.95/ linear yard
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Your Price: $17.95
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58" 200 D. Heat Sealable Coated Oxford @ $17.95

6.5 oz. /sq. yard. Lighter and more flexible than the 430 D. Packcloth, 200 D Heat sealable Oxford fabric has a special coating that makes it possible to be heat-sealed, coated side to coated side, using a household iron. This coated Oxford fabric is perfect for dry bags, spray skirts and all water sports for which you need a waterproof seal.

Colors - Red, Blaze Orange, Yellow, Black, Royal, Nickel Grey, White

Colors pictured above are a close of a representation, but actual colors can vary. Ordering a sample pack that includes a fabric swatch of each color available is recommended.

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Test Reference
Federal Std. 191A
Mil-C-83489

Typical Result
(Standard Units)

Typical Result
(International Units)

Base Fabric Weight
5041

3.1 Ounces / Square Yard
105 Grams / Square Meter
Total Weight
5041

6.8 Ounces / Square Yard
231 Grams / Square Meter
Tongue Tear
5134

4 Warp
3 Fill       (Pounds)
18 Warp
13 Weft   (Newtons)
Tensile Strength
5102

130 Warp
100 Fill     (Pounds / Inch)
569 Warp
438 Weft      (Newtons / 25 mm)
Breakaway Adhesion
(RF Weld) Film to Film
Mil-C-83489 4.4.1

65 Pounds / Inch Warp
285 Newtons / 25 mm Warp
Strip Adhesion
(Heat Sealed) Film to Film
5970

40 Pounds / Inch Warp
175 Newtons / 25 mm Warp
Hydrostatic High Pressure
Mil-C-83489 4.4.1
275 Pounds / Square Inch1896 kPa
Air Retention
(Film Side Only)
Mil-C-83489 4.
4.2
Pass 10 PSI / No Leaks / 5 MinutesPass 69 kPa / No Leaks / 5 Minutes
Low Temperature
Mil-C-83489 4.4.3
No Cracking, Flaking, or Separation at -40° Fahrenheit for 4 HoursNo Cracking, Flaking, or Separation at -40° Celsius for 4 Hours
Blocking (Film to Film)
5872
No Blocking at 180°F for 30 MinutesNo Blocking at 82°C for 30 Minutes

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