The Li'Jo Shovel uses 3CrMOV steel in it's blade
The camping knife uses 2Cr steel in the accessories ie. spoon / fork and 3CrMOV for the blade
The 7 function knife uses 8Cr14MOV steel
Check out this review from RevHiker!
The Trifecta is getting alot of positive comments and some questions about the material. I added the technical specifications of the 1460C Tyvek below.
Tyvek® UV-Protected Soft Structure Style 1460C Features
- UV protection - Blocks 98% UV rays
- Tear resistant
- Excellent strength-to-weight ratio
- Water resistant and breathable
- Washable - PDF
Technical Specifications for Tyvek® UV Soft Structure Style 1460C
|Strength||Testing Method||Average Value|
|Tensile Strength||Grab Tensile (ASTM D1682)c||30/40 lbf. MD/CD|
|Bursting Strength||Mullen Burst (ASTM D774)||85 psi|
|Tear Resistance||Trap Tear (ASTM D1117)||9/6 lbf. MD/CD|
|Filtration||Pore Size (ASTM F-316)||2-15 microns|
|Water Resistance||Hydrostatic Head (AATCC 127)||>50 inches without penetration|
|Basis Weight||ASTM D-1777||1.74 oz/yd2|
|Thickness||TAPPI T-410||>6.6 mils|
|Water Vapor Transmission||ASTM E-96 Method B||>800 g/m2 24 hours|
|UV||Natural Exposure @700 Mi/m² (2 years extreme worst case exposure)||Maintains approximately 50% of tensile strength|
MD = Machine Direction, CD = Cross Direction
Flammability: Clean untreated Tyvek® shrinks away from the heat of an open flame without igniting. It will begin to shrink at 244°F (118°C) or melt until 275°F (135°C). Its auto-ignition temperature is 650°F (343°C) Inquiries about the flammability of specific styles and their applications should be directed to a DuPont representative.