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16th February 2007, 04:47 PM
DRAM means "Dyneema Reinforced Airex Model".
When DUR-X is used with DRAM both Inner and Outer PVC (Airex) core are used.
What happens with the rest of boards (No DUR-X like Isonic DRAM)? There is a PVC core inside?
I couldn't find this information in the TECH page DRAM Figure.
Thanks in advanced, best regards !!
16th February 2007, 08:17 PM
That's not PVC "core". The core is EPS. PVC is the foam used for the shell, sandwiched between the (carbon/dyneema/glass)fiber-epoxy or wood skins: 2 layers ("double sandwich") for Dur-X, just 1 for other boards.
17th February 2007, 12:52 AM
Sorry!! I used "core" term were "foam" should be used ...
So, DRAM without DUR-X is single sandwich.
Few year ago, before DUR-X tech arrived, DRAM tech was double sandwich:
Isn't it ??
17th February 2007, 03:06 AM
Ooops. I had a look at Starboard "technology" page and I discovered that: 1) "The Dur-X construction label signifies the use of heel bumpers, oversized, angled reinforcements and optimized external reinforcement patches. The Dur-X standard is used for Acid and Evo models, both Wood and TechnoraTM. The Evo 80, 90 and Acid 80, 86 Technora use a single sandwich construction, other sizes use double sandwich." and 2) they call "core" the sandwiched foam (it seems more correct to me to call "core" the core).
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