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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seat_belt

A seat belt is a vehicle safety device designed to secure the occupant of a vehicle against .... at Saab. Volvo then made the new seat belt design patent open in the interest of safety and made it available to other car manufacturers for free.

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Webbing is the part of the seat belt in contact with the passenger that receives and softens the shock of an impact. It is made of polyester and woven from about  ...

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What materials are seat belts made of? I haven't looked this up, but you can tell what your car's ... Why do airlines explain how to put on a seat belt? Why should  ...

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Nov 19, 2013 ... A: Seat belt webbing is actually a polyester webbing but it's slightly thinner and typically has a lower tensile strength than regular polyester ...

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Oct 8, 2009 ... How It's Made Seatbelts. Ian Collier. Loading... Unsubscribe from Ian ... These are Toyota seat belts. Seen in Sienna's, Camry's, Corolla's, etc..

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Seat belt webbing is a narrow woven fabric which is made from filament yarn. In production the filaments are formed into yarn then wound onto beams ready for ...

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FACT: Initially people may find seat belts uncomfortable, confining or ... FACT: It's important that everyone realizes that newer shoulder belts are made so that ...

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Webbed fabric, often polyester or nylon, is used to make seatbelts. They're always made from a durable, but flexible material -- and it has to be if it's going to  ...

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In the interests of safety, Volvo made the new seat belt design available to other car manufacturers for free; it was required on all new American vehicles from ...