Padel “palas”

What are palas made of?

Most of the frame of the racket is made of fiberglass the best material in the manufacture of palas. It is more flexible than graphite but less light. Graphite or carbon combined with exceptional qualities offered a very good resistance to impact. The fiberglass sheets and tubular braids are available with different grams per square meter. Possessing qualities of flexion is ideal for placing on the impact surface of the palas.They can also be made of carbon.

Carbon is the essence of the graphite particles. CARBON 14 (isotope of carbon) is radioactive and is used to date ancient artefacts and even as a tracer in biological research. Researchers, scientists N.A.S.A. employed by multinationals in the world of the racket applied the highest quality carbon materials about getting great results in terms of lightness and strength.
Carbon has a fundamental peculiarity for use in the components of a paddle pala, and is unmatched resistance to pressure and great rigidity. The face may contain kevlar. It is a fabric with a special treaty which makes it one of the toughest fabrics today. Carbon and kevlar are introduced to some higher end rackets to make them extra resistant to shocks and accidents.  The face of a padel racket is usually made of soft materials (foam) or hard materials (eva). The advantages are arguable. It remains a personal choice. Very light weight which is great for its use. 360 g = 0.793664 lb