Polyester rope is similar in appearance to nylon rope, but is not quite as strong. This rope has less stretch than nylon, has excellent UV resistance, and will not turn yellow when exposed to the elements. This rope is available to U.S. Federal standard Mil-R-30500B. Most common put-ups are 600′ and 1200′ spools. Cut lengths, assemblies, splicing, and dyeing are also available. Common uses include, antenna guy-line rope, tug rope, barge towrope, rigging rope, tree rope, and safety rope.
|Product I.D.||Diameter||Circ.||Put-up||Tensile Strength*||Weight|
*SAFE WORK LOAD – Safe working load is 5-20% of the listed tensile strength depending on the age and condition of the rope. Refer to Cordage Usage for details.