Unbelievably strong (and expensive) tape made of composite Krypro-web fibres.
On strip is strong enough to support a teenage Osteop and one person the size of Dash.
Unbelievably strong (and expensive) tape made of composite Krypro-web fibers.
Concrete-tape comes in rolls of 50 yards and in three thicknesses of increasing strength.
One strip is strong enough to support a teenage osteop and someone the size of Dash.
One strip is strong enough to support a seven teenage osteops.
One strip is strong enough to support 12 teenage osteops.
The tape was invented by Mr. Rosebank and is trademarked by Swedhump Elementary. This means that for every roll sold, and small royalty payment goes to the school, hence paying for many of the fantastic features at Swedhump, including the zip-line emporium, all eighteen of the school pools, maintenance of the boundary wall, and of the principal zofis.
The largest manufacturer of concrete-tape is Hansen & Johnson, which has a daily output of over 1,00 rolls. Hansen & Johnson also breeds and exports osteops, hence they have an ample supply for tape strength testing, which is why the strength is generally measured in osteops.