Kevlar is a component that mixed with carbon sheets can give elasticity to the structure. It is often used in the construction of boats, cars, planes and other vehicles. It is also used in bulletproof vests and other protective gear. Kevlar is a synthetic fibre made of poly-para phenylene terephthalamide, which is a long chain of molecules with a high tensile strength. This strength makes it highly resistant to heat, abrasion, and most chemicals. Kevlar is five times stronger than steel, yet it is light and flexible. It is also flame retardant and can withstand temperatures up to 600 degrees Celsius (1,112 degrees Fahrenheit).
Carbon sheets and kevlar are mixed together to create a composite material. This composite material is then used in a variety of applications such as aircraft parts, motorcycle helmets, bulletproof body armour, and sports equipment. The combination of carbon sheets and kevlar provides a strong, lightweight material that is incredibly durable and resistant to wear and tear. So a carbon kevlar bike frame has these superior charachteristics inside.
A carbon kevlar bike frame is a superior quality frame for a bicycle, as it is lighter and stronger than most other materials. Carbon kevlar frames are made from a combination of carbon fibres and kevlar fibres, which are woven together to form a strong, lightweight material. This material is then moulded into a frame and cured to give it a finished look. The combination of these two materials makes for a lightweight, strong frame that is more durable and impact resistant than aluminium and steel frames. Carbon kevlar frames are usually more expensive than other bicycle frames but they offer superior performance and they are often used in high–end bikes.
Carbon kevlar bike frames are typically more expensie than normal carbon frames. This is also due to the making of processing. But the final result will be more elasticity, so more comfort but also more reliability in case of an impact.