Zenith benefits from Sintrix technology
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There have probably been more words written about Sintrix than any other rod building development in the past year.
The revolutionary technology was hailed by Hardy & Greys as the most significant development in rod design for 25 years when it introduced the new composite material some 20 months ago.
Acclaimed as 60% stronger and 30% lighter than previous carbon materials, it’s not surprising that it continues to feature in new products coming off the UK company’s production line.
Latest product to benefit from Silica Nano Technology – to give it its full name – is the Zenith Double Handed Salmon Rod. Boasting a super-fast action, the rod is fitted with shorter Scandi-style handles and is, says the maker, capable of dealing with a wide range of line weights.
Other features include Titanium recoil guides from REC and Fuji and a Hardy-designed two-part skeletal reel seat.
The four rods in the range are 12’ 6”, 13’ 6”, 14’ 6” and 15’ 1”, with ratings from #7 through #10. Weights range from 7.9oz to 10.76oz.
Business contacts. Tel: + 44 (0)1665 602771 Email: Website: fly.hardyfishing.com
*Sintrix was initially developed by 3M in the US for the aerospace industry. The specific mix of material used for Sintrix is exclusive to and trademarked by Hardy & Greys Ltd.