SEVERNE MAST RDM RED
IN A NUTSHELL:
The Severne RDM Severne is the high performance mast of the RDM Severne range, designed to deliver maximum performance on wave sails. Ultra light, the 400 weighs only 1.3 kilos.
RDM RED IDENTITY CARD:
Constructed without compromise from Toray's highest qualityT800 prepreg carbon, the Severne RDM Red is one of the lightest masts available on the market.
It adds incredible performance to all wave and freestyle sails.
Severne offers a range of masts based on weight instead of the carbon percentage that is noted on the label. Weight is a very relevant value simply because a certain amount of carbon is needed to achieve the weight. The weight, combined with the durability, says a lot about the quality of your mat
The Severne RDM RED mast uses Spinlock technology to ensure the best connection between your boom and the mast. The wall texture prevents the boom from slipping and limits the pressure applied to the front handle of your boom.
RDM RED Severne
The two main characteristics of carbon fiber are its excellent strength and lightness.
Severne masts are made exclusively of TorayPre-Preg Carbon®.
ToraycaPre-Preg® is a sheet manufactured by horizontally aligning numerous Torayca® high performance carbon fiber yarns.
The Torayca is formed by impregnating thermosetting resin (matrix resin: mainly epoxy) containing a curing agent into the Torayca textile®, the former being called "Torayca® unidirection- al prepreg (UD prepreg)" and the latter, "Torayca® textile prepreg".
MANUFACTURING THE RDM RED Severne:
Ben Severne works with Italica, world leader in the production of high end masts since 1994, with a unique know-how and a high end production tool allowing the development of new products and new technology. The masts are baked in an Autoclave oven to ensure a high level of quality.
The Severne team is based on the West Coast of Australia and is constantly testing all products under optimum conditions to ensure the highest level of performance.
Technical specifications of RDM RED Severne: