Century Technology used in The Weapon
- Autoclave Process
A combination of vacuum and heat pressure applied during the curing process that compresses the composite and evacuates any excess air and resin. This process makes a completely void free composite that will make our deﬂection pattern stay true longer. This process makes a completely void free composite that will make our deﬂection pattern stay true longer than any other rod on the market.
One of the strongest materials known to man. Graphene was developed by scientists at the University of Manchester in England. One of the strongest materials known to man. It is two hundred times stronger than steel, harder than diamond, while remaining ﬂexible. It is manufactured in sheets that are only a molecule thick. In this application it is used for strength, weight reduction, durability, recovery, and anti-torsional properties.
- HPR (High Performance Resin)
This is a nano-ﬁber resin used to make the resin structural as well as a glue for the carbon. This gives up to a 30% weight reduction with up to a 70% increase in tensile strength.
- S-2 Glass
This is a nano-ﬁber resin impregnated to an S grade ﬁber glass that performs like carbon ﬁber but maintains the beneﬁts of glass.
An extremely thin, wide weave wrap of carbon used in aerospace and racing applications for added fracture resistance and recovery speed. This outer layer makes a huge difference in recovery speed and durability of a rod blank with a minimal effect on weight.
- ATT (Anti-Twist Technology)
This is a very complex layup of materials in the tip section when applied with the fore mentioned materials makes a ﬁshing rod with “steel I-beam” like torsional properties. This utilized all the energy stored in a single plane, with no side to side deﬂection.