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The Right Rope for the Right Application

Mountaineering

Rock climbing, like hiking, is a widely practiced sport in its own right. The essentials of rock climbing are often learned on local cliffs, where the teamwork of mountaineering, the use of the rope, and the coordinated prerequisites of control and rhythm are mastered. Rope construction is a balancing act among many considerations; elongation, impact absorption,great handling, strength, and durability must all be considered. Rope performance cannot be quantified in test numbers. Ropes prove themselves in the field and on the rock.

Aramid

Aramid

Polyamide (Nylon) Double Braided

Polyamide (Nylon) Double Braided

Polypropylene (PP) Rope

Polypropylene (PP) Rope

Combination Rope

Combination Rope

Polyester

Polyester

Manila / Sisal / Jute

Manila / Sisal / Jute

Polyester Double Braided

Polyester Double Braided

Plastic Coated Steel Wire Rope

Plastic Coated Steel Wire Rope

Non Rotating or Rotation Resistant Wire Rope

Non Rotating or Rotation Resistant Wire Rope

Cross Laid Wire Rope

Cross Laid Wire Rope

Suspension Bridge Wire Rope

Suspension Bridge Wire Rope

Compacted or Swaged Wire Rope

Compacted or Swaged Wire Rope

Elevator Wire Rope

Elevator Wire Rope

Parallel Laid Wire Rope

Parallel Laid Wire Rope

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