Why We Use Nano A-Helix Technology?
We use A-helix technology which is different to normal standard scrim process. Normal standard scrim process uses fiber glass or carbon scrim to give the blanks a hoop strength, but our a-helix technology uses the carbon spiral to support the hoop strength of the blanks. A single carbon spiral(helical or helix) is at the core of the blank, this type of the structure is regarded the most effective way of maintaining cross section stability during bending, so our carbon helix core will minimize cross sectional deformation during loading, improving power and response.
And now we are using NANO materials combined with the A-helix technology to makes the blanks stronger as well as ensuring reduced deformation when they were bent.
Because we use the spiral carbon core to make the blanks the tip section will not be as straight as the scrim process blanks especially on the fine tips.
This makes our fly rod blanks stronger versus fine tips made out of the scrim materials, often the cross section glass scrim is already broken during the manufacturing process, leaving only epoxy resin to create hoop strength, which is why they so easily broken.
Now allo of our Japan Toray Carbon Fly Rods are using this A-Helix Technology, welcome to get a sample for test to have a new experience of the new rods.