Coyote Composite from PEL

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An ideal replacement for braided carbon fiber in prosthetic and orthotic laminations, Coyote Composite is made from basalt (volcanic rock)—tougher and more flexible than carbon for more comfort and less skin irritation when used in prosthetic sockets or orthotic braces.

  • Safer, with less itch than carbon.
  • Tougher than fiberglass.
  • Extremely durable.
  • Lightweight strength and rigidity.
  • Easy to use for rigid or flexible layups.
  • Use with traditional or flexible resins.
  • Cost effective.


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