Solid Braid Weeping Cord
Solid Braid Weeping Cord
Solid Braid Weeping Cord
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Solid Braid Weeping Cord


    *Please note, some diameters/sizes are not pictured.

    Our solid braid cotton rope is a firm round braided cord, manufactured in a parallel construction. Solid braid cotton can be manufactured from 100% natural cotton yarn, a blend of cotton and spun polyester yarns, or the blended yarns with a synthetic core. Our braided cotton rope can be supplied with a natural or polished finish. The 100% natural braid is biodegradable and is suitable for use with pets and livestock.

    Common Construction

    The most common construction is often referred to as “sash cord”, and is made from the blended yarns with a synthetic core and has a polished finish. Another popular construction is made from 100% natural cotton yarn with no finish and is commonly referred to as cotton weeping cord.

    Common Industries

    Solid braid cotton rope is often used in the following industries:

    • Masonry & Brick Work
    • Window Sash Cord
    • Awning Cord
    • Tent Line
    • Clothes Line
    • Halyards
    • ...and much more!

    Other Specifications

    Cotton solid braid can also be supplied to U.S. Federal specification: A-A-55622B, Type I, Class 1 & 2, as well as Type III, and IV.

    Available lengths

    Solid braid cotton can be supplied on spools, in hanks, or in custom cut lengths. The specifications listed below apply to the blended yarn construction with the synthetic core.

    Diameter Circ. Put-up Tensile Strength* Weight
    1/8" 3/8" 1000' 120 lbs. 5.0 lbs.
    5/32" 1/2" 1000' 140 lbs. 6.0 lbs.
    3/16" 5/8" 1000' 170 lbs. 10.3 lbs.
    1/4" 3/4" 1000' 240 lbs. 14.5 lbs.
    5/16" 1" 1350' 295 lbs. 17.0 lbs.
    3/8" 1-3/16" 1000' 425 lbs. 31.0 lbs.
    1/2" 1-1/2" 1000' 675 lbs. 59 lbs.
    5/8" 2" 1000' 750 lbs. 40.0 lbs.

    *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.