CT = Cubic Tech, ie not sail cloth
CN = Cuben Fiber, ie sail cloth
That's mainly an internal accounting thing for them.
first number: amount of dyneema.
HB = High Bias, or double direction.
K, E, T, KM = Scrim Type.
Last number = scrim weight.
Don't worry about the scrim types. It doesn't matter unless you're planning to expose the thing to lots of salt water and sun.
good luck, have fun.
PS. the proper applicator for the urethane bonding agent works really well, but it's pretty expensive. You can order it from a loctite distributor.