Twisted Nylon Rope

Nylon Rope is a strong and durable rope known for its elasticity. Nylon rope offers good resistance to abrasion, mold, oil, mildew, UV rays, rot, and most acids and alkalis. With excellent shock absorption, it makes this type of rope extremely versatile for many applications.

Common Applications for Twisted Nylon Rope

Twisted nylon rope is used in a variety of different applications including:

  • Mooring Lines
  • Pulleys
  • Anchor Lines
  • Sling Rope
  • Net Rope
  • Tie-Down Rope
  • Tow Ropes
  • Safety Line Rope
  • ...and much more!

Common Characteristics of Nylon Rope

Nylon rope, whether it's double braid, twisted, or solid braid, has many characteristics that make it a great choice. Some of these characteristics include:

  • Excellent abrasion resistance
  • Elastic and absorbs shock
  • Quality strength to weight ratio
  • Flexible and easy to knot

How to Order

Contact Phoenix Rope today to see how Nylon Rope can solve your roping needs. This rope is available to U.S. Federal standard Mil-R-17343D. The most common put-ups for nylon rope are 600′ and 1200′ spools. Cut lengths and assemblies are also available, along with splicing and dyeing.

Product ID
Diameter
Circ.
Put-up
Tensile Strength*
Weight
NYR14600
1/4″
3/4″
600′
1,500 lbs
8.0 lbs
NYR141200
1/4″
3/4″
1,200′
1,500 lbs
16.0 lbs
NYR516600
5/16″
1″
600'
2,300 lbs
12.5 lbs
NYR38600
3/8"
1-1/8"
600'
3,200 lbs
18.1 lbs
NYR12600
1/2"
1-1/2"
600'
6,000 lbs
32.1 lbs
NYR58600
5/8"
2"
600'
9,500 lbs
50.5 lbs
NYR34600
3/4"
2-1/4"
600'
11,500 lbs
72.9 lbs
NYR78600
7/8"
2-1/4"
600'
18,000 lbs
99.5 lbs
NYR1600
1"
3"
600'
2,400 lbs
129.0 lbs
NYR118600
1-1/8"
3-1/2"
600'
30,000 lbs
164.2 lbs
NYR114600
1-1/4"
3-3/4"
600'
33,500 lbs
202.5 lbs
NYR112600
1-1/2"
4-1/2"
600'
40,000 lbs
280.5 lbs
NYR158600
1-5/8"
5"
600'
55,000 lbs
339.2 lbs
NYR134600
1-3/4"
5-1/2"
600'
70,000 lbs
397.8 lbs
NYR2600
2"
6"
600'
83,000 lbs
484.5 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.

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