VIPER HERITAGE FEMALE OPENBACK ITA
The Akron Viper is a top-of-the-range competition costume with excellent compression and elasticity.
Super-flat ultrasonic heat sealers
The high percentage of Elastan (EA) and the compactness of the fabric offer total adherence to the body, eliminating any possibility of air bubble formation, as well as maintaining the compression and containment effect
The innovative water-repellent treatment eliminates any braking friction generated by water.
The specially designed elastic module generates a muscle massage action that reduces fatigue in times of maximum stress.
The fabric with which the Akron Viper is made has been tested for a long time and has passed brilliantly a series of tests such as:
DIMENSIONAL STABILITY IN WATER (relaxation or loss of tension, hygroscopic expansion, ie shrinkage, dimensional change due to thermal factors)
DETERMINATION OF MAXIMUM BREAKING FORCE (we mean the maximum force recorded when a test tube is breaking during a traction force, this is expressed in Newton (N) and as a percentage of the initial length of the test tube)
RESISTANCE TO LACERATION (we mean the tendency of a fabric to tear more or less easily. The verification of this characteristic is carried out by measuring the force necessary to continue a tear (intaglio) that is made on the tissue sample to be examined)
SCROLLING THREADS IN CORRESPONDENCE WITH THERMAL WELDINGS (we mean the tendency that a series of threads has to slip on the other when, in correspondence of a heat-sealing, a certain force is applied, force that develops during the wearing of the head)
RESISTANCE TO ABRASION (in relation to the intended use of the garment it is subject to wear, it is therefore important to be able to determine the resistance it has towards abrasion)
RESISTANCE TO PILLING FORMATION (the pilling effect is the tendency of a fabric to form pellets on its surface following the repeated action of frictional forces acting on it during use.