NTEC Supply True Coating PE Braided Fishing Line

- Feb 17, 2020-

NTEC supply true coating PE braided fishing line

Braid fishing line introductions

Braided wire: Weaving from multiple strands, with better tensile value, but the initial wiring is not coated, easy to absorb water, not easy to maintain, but its wear resistance High tensile value is better, widely accepted by boat fishermen, but the cut water is poor.

Fire wire: It is a multi-strand braided wire. During the manufacturing process, a film is added to each thin wire to prevent water absorption and good water cut. However, the damaged part is easy to form a wool ball, which is more likely to break and have a harder texture. Fusion wire: add a film on the braided wiring, and add multiple nylon threads during the drawing process. The purpose is to obtain the high tensile value and abrasion resistance of the wiring. Due to the addition of nylon threads, this wire is softer than ordinary wiring. , Good resilience.

To satisfy most anglers, NTEC provide two kinds of pe braided fishing lines.

Type one: NTEC Thin Coating PE line.

Type two: NTEC Hard coating PE line, same as fire wires.

Most braided line are coated with some kind of abrasion protector because PE fiber has less abrasion resistance than monofilament lines. One of the hardest coating is on Berkley Fireline and Spiderwire fusion. Fireline looks like one fiber, but it is braided with 4 strands and then coated with plastic coating. PowerPro has relatively hard coating, applied to each strand, and you may easily identify the braids of the line. YGK Power Hunter, WX8 and WX4 have thin fluorine coating, and it is as soft as non-coated PE line.

   Coating gives the line harder body, and it also make body slimmer. The slimmer body receives less affection by wind or current. But, harder line has more friction with guides in casting, and leads to less casting distance. PE fiber material itself doesn't have memory, but the hard coating has memory. Softer, less-coated lines require special care in handling to prevent tangles, but cast farther.

   Considering the extent of added abrasion protection by coatings and the disadvantage of them, I prefer to use thin-coat line because it casts much farther, and retrieve much smoother. By using mono-leader, I can achieve the abrasion resistance, and don't much need it for main line. Currently, some nylon lines have 20times abrasion resistance to normal mono, and coated braided line may have only the similar resistance of normal nylon line.


NTEC can provide X3,X4,X8,X9,X12,X16,ETC.


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