Today we are going to introduce another three styles of what Power Rip becomes of.
1. Remote-controlling miniature Yacht
This is a very original purpose of what Power Rip is made of, and it is very nice to know that Power Rip comes in a compact size of actual yacht too!
The customer commented with a great satisfaction that the fabric's thinness, lightness, strength, air-tightness, water-proof and easily handled nature fit perfectly to his expectations.
2. Patient-transferring sheet in a hospital
We have been contacted by a couple of hospitals for Power Rip.
Curious, we asked how Power Rip will be used in a hospital, the customer told us that this Power Rip is just perfect for transferring or changing positions of patients.
We learned that the fabric's nature, that it is very light and strong, and the surface slippery, can be made a wonderful tool to transfer patients and changing their positions, especially big structured patients.
We have seen a great potential of Power Rip !
3. SABANI sailcloth
Recently we received orders of Power Rip from a couple of customers in Japan, to be used as a sailcloth of `SAPANI`.
`SABANI`, we then learned, is a general name for an ancient fishing boat used in Okinawa in the past. It was also a very important commune system for people of Okinawa, transporting from one island to he other every day.
That `SABANI`, now not in use anymore, taken over by a modern type equipped with an engine, has made its come-back in The SABANI Sailing Race in 2000 with the opening of Okinawa Summint.
Since then more than five hundred people are involved and preparing around forty SABANI boats ever year!
Our customer sent us pictures of the SABANI Sailing Race made with Power Rip!!
The SABANI Sailing Race official site
D-TEX web site