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Ortlieb Drybag 7L PD350 Waterproof Dry Bag 160g £19.50
Ortlieb PD350 Dry Bag - 7L
PD350 dry bags are fully featured and great value. Proven roll closure and single stiffener bar ensure absolute waterproofness, protection and optimal packing volume. A reinforced base provides stability and easier loading. The models in colour lime feature a valve for deflating and compressing.
Advice: Closure of PD350 dry bags must be rolled at least 3-4 times. Please add 15-20 cm/5-8 in. for the total length.
Available in various sizes to suit all needs:
IP Code or Ingress Protection Code: IP 64 - Strong protection against solid particle (dust, dirt etc). Protected against splash water coming from all directions. Products classified according to the guidelines by DIN VDE 0470-1 and EN 60529 (published by TÜV Rheinland, Germany)
PD350 Fabric: Polyester fabric. PVC coated.
What’s behind the legendary “Made in Germany” waterproof quality? We work exclusively with durable materials, advanced bonding methods and proven types of closures. For instance, we use high frequency welding to meet the highest of waterproofing specifications. This helps to distinguish ORTLIEB products as true outdoor champions compared to other merely sewn or glued products.
ORTLIEB’s outstanding waterproof quality is based on selected materials that are developed for specific applications. Such materials include polyester, nylon and Cordura fabrics that are coated on one or both sides. If a fabric is coated on one side only, the opposite side will retain its textile look. If both sides of a fabric are coated, they will both have the familiar tarpaulin look. ORTLIEB’s thermoplastic coatings meet extremely high waterproofing specifications, and are therefore far superior to most commercially available tent or backpack coatings.
A standard procedure (ISO 811) is commonly used to determine the degree to which a material or fabric is waterproof. Sometimes referred to as the hydrostatic head test, the procedure determines the pressure – measured by the height in millimeters of a column of water held in a tube above the fabric – at which the fabric begins to leak. A piece of fabric that shows no signs of leaking when placed under a 4,000 mm column of water is essentially capable of withstanding the hydrostatic pressure objects are exposed to at a submerged depth of four meters.
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