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Dunlop Squash Racquet Technology
Biomimetics means to 'imitate life,' and the seven new rackets do just that- they draw their key design features from some of nature's most evolved creatures: the shark, the bee and the gecko. The three technologies that fall under the Biomimetic umbrella.
Dunlop has further enhanced its Aerogel technology by taking it to the next dimension with 4D braiding. Four directional braided material is used at key points on the racket frame to significantly increase racket stability.
Dunlop AEROGEL rackets incorporate the world's lightest solid, which has a strength of up to 4,000 times its own weight. The three-dimensional nanometer-sized molecular network delivers an unmatched strength to weight ratio for enhanced stiffness and increased power.
M-FIL (Multi Filament) is a combination of three materials that are incorporated into the hitting zone of the racket head to enhance the touch and feel of the racket where and when you need it most - at the moment of ball contact.
Designed to dramatically reduce vibration at the moment of ball impact, th epantented Impact Shock Isolation System delivers unparalleled comfort through a unique polymer inserted within the racket handle.
Braided Carbon Technology consists of a fabric sleeve of precisely oriented Bi-axial woven carbon fibers.
Advanced Control System Technology reinforces the throat area to deliver maximum torsional strength. This torsional strength stabilises the racquet head at ball impact providing superior control.
Power-Ridge Technology reinforces the racket throat area to deliver increased stiffness stablising the racquet head at ball impact thereby improving power.
Enlarged string holes across the hitting zone create increased string bed movement at the moment of ball impact providing explosive ball propulsion
Power Max String Pattern
A longer main string in racquets normally creates more Power because of the longer string bed. a fan string pattern gives you a larger sweet spot, giving the player more room for success and less margin for mishit shots.