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    • Polypropylene RopePolypropylene Rope
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      Description

      Also known as "poly." Strong, lightweight rope can float, is rotproof, and is unaffected by water, oil, gasoline, and most chemicals, making it an excellent choice for marine applications. BRAIDED—Multiple strands are braided together; provide better strength than twisted rope construction. TWISTED—Also known as 3-strand or laid rope. This spliceable rope is the most common construction for general purpose use. HOLLOW BRAID—Normally constructed of 8, 12, or 16 strands or bundles of yarns. Can be easily spliced in seconds.

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    • Nylon RopeNylon Rope
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      Description

      Nylon rope can absorb sudden shock loads that would break ropes made of other fibers. Rotproof, with very good resistance to abrasion and UV rays. Last 4 to 5 times longer than natural fiber ropes and have excellent resistance to oils, gasoline, grease, marine, growth, and nonacidic chemicals. SOLID BRAIDED—Firm, round rope has a special lock-stitch construction that works well on blocks and pulleys and retains its shape under load. Difficult to splice. DOUBLE BRAIDED—Construction consists of what is essentially a single braided rope, inserted into the core of a second braided rope; provides the best service life of all braided ropes. Easy to splice. Torque-free and nonrotational. TWISTED—Also known as 3-strand or laid rope. This spliceable rope is the most common construction for general purpose use.

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    • TwineTwine
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      Description

      Twine can be used for a variety of light-duty bundling and binding applications. Synthetic twine, including nylon and polypropylene, offers high resistance to abrasion, rot, mildew, and chemicals. Commonly used in more demanding applications, such as lumberyard binding and bundling, manufacturing, and fishing. Natural fiber twine, including cotton and jute, is biodegradable and has a slightly lower cost. Excellent for parcel shipping, meatpacking and food service, and sewing applications.

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    • Utility CordUtility Cord
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      High-quality, affordable cord is an excellent choice for general purpose applications.

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    • Polyester RopePolyester Rope
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      Multiple product options available

      Description

      Polyester rope can absorb shock loads, and is resistant to rot, mildew, oil, gasoline, grease, and chemicals. It also has excellent abrasion resistance and is unaffected by UV rays. SOLID BRAIDED—Firm, round rope has a special lock-stitch construction that works well on blocks and pulleys and retains its shape under load. Difficult to splice. DIAMOND BRAIDED—Consists of multiple strands braided in an over-and-under pattern. TWISTED—Also known as 3-strand or laid rope. This spliceable rope is the most common construction for general purpose use. KERNMANTLE—Rope's strength is provided by an interior core, which is protected from abrasion by a woven exterior. BRAIDED—Multiple strands are braided together; provide better strength than twisted rope construction. DOUBLE BRAIDED—Construction consists of what is essentially a single braided rope, inserted into the core of a second braided rope; provides the best service life of all braided ropes. Easy to splice. Torque-free and nonrotational.

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    • Cotton and Manila RopeCotton and Manila Rope
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      Description

      Soft, 100% premium solid cotton and manila ropes have no polypropylene core, providing them with good knotting properties and minimal stretch; an outstanding choice for hand use. They have excellent water absorption wick, are UV-resistant, and won’t melt on contact with heated wires or equipment like synthetic ropes. Store dry.

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    • Weeping CordWeeping Cord
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      Description

      Soft, 100% solid cotton rope has no polypropylene core, providing excellent water absorption for wicking out water behind walls and brick. Good knotting properties help make it an outstanding choice for hand use.

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    • Nylon Heat Set RopeNylon Heat Set Rope
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      Description

      Nylon ropes can absorb sudden shock loads that would break ropes made of other fibers, while the heat-setting process helps reduce fraying. Rotproof, with very good resistance to abrasion and UV rays. Last 4 to 5 times longer than natural fiber ropes and have excellent resistance to oils, gasoline, grease, marine, growth, and nonacidic chemicals. Twisted construction is spliceable, and an excellent choice for general purpose use.

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    • Rigging Line RopeRigging Line Rope
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      Description

      Also known as Bull Rope, this polyester-jacket, nylon-core rope is urethane-coated for excellent abrasion resistance and tight knotting, to ensure strong, secure, safe rigging.

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    • Climbing and Arborist RopeClimbing and Arborist Rope
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      Description

      Polyester ropes can withstand the shock loads and friction associated with tree climbing and other arborist applications. Excellent resistance to rot, mildew, oil, gasoline, grease, chemicals, and UV rays.

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