Motorcycle Passenger - Tank Handle Grip
The tank handle is a revolutionary system created to meet the needs of motorcycle users when they are carrying a passenger, available for the following motorcycles: HONDA, YAMAHA, SUZUKI (compatible only with the motorcycle models displayed on the website).
This handle allows the passengers to ride safely on the motorcycle and eliminates discomfort, the driver of the motorcycle no longer being bothered by the passenger during acceleration, braking and not lastly, while taking curves, when most of the time it is hard for the passenger to hold on.
The design of this grip has been intended to not interfere with the driver while driving, this having a fluid form, without margins, its design being fully adapted to the tank where this handle is fastened with screws (in only 5 minutes), respecting the current design and aerodynamics of current sport motorcycles. The mounting screws go in the same factory holes provided in the cover of the tank.
This motorcycle handle offers the passenger a natural and especially aerodynamic position, which does not create discomfort and fatigue on long trips, especially compared to conventional systems that are behind the passenger on some motorcycles.
The material used is extremely durable, having a high density polyamide structure, high resistance to compression/pulling, being virtually indestructible.
It cannot be broken. In the stress/resistance tests it was subjected to loads of several tones of force without breaking.
The handle is not made of rigid aluminium, on the contrary of high-density polyamide extremely resistant and at the same time slightly elastic to prevent the transmission of vibrations or shocks to the passenger’s hands or driver's chest(when he put brake violently), thus ensuring maximum comfort and resistance.
The high temperature and chemical resistance of polyamide-imides also make them ideal candidates for membrane based gas separations. High pressures that often times can exceed 1000 psia demand materials with good mechanical stability. Furthermore, the highly polar H2S and polarizable CO2 molecules can strongly interact with the polymer membranes causing swelling and plasticization due to high levels of impurities. Polyamide-imides can resist plasticization because of the strong intermolecular interactions arising from the polyimide functions as well as the ability of the polymer chains to hydrogen bond with one another as a result of the amide bond. Although not currently used in any major industrial separation, polyamide-imides could potentially be used for these types of processes where high chemical and mechanical stability are required.