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02 - FIBRE ROPE

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Manila Rope

Manila ropes are the strongest of the natural ropes. It is

a hardwearing and low stretch rope which makes it superior

to sisal in its resistance to wear, fungal attack and moisture.

Suggested applications:

Slings, driving ropes, block fall ropes,

safety nets, cargo nets, rope ladders, guy ropes and capstan

ropes.

Manila Rope: Unit of Measure - Coil

ORDER CODE

Dia. (mm)

MBF (kN)

Length (m)

Weight (kg)

110482

6

2.55 250

7.4

110911

8

4.73 250 13.7

110912

10

6.22 250 17.3

110469

12

9.36 250 26.6

110483

16

17.7 250 48.2

110470

18

21

250 55.8

110485

24

39.9 250 102

The minimum breaking force must in no way be construed

as the safe working load of the rope.

Small Cords

ORDER CODE

Description

Length (m)

UOM

110564

Marline 6770 Tex 2 ply

60

Coil

110579

Marline Tarred Polyester

120 Spool

110558

Cord Bricklayers No. 8 Nylon 100 Coil

110684

Racing Braid 12mm Fleck 100 Reel

113096

Polyester Butchers Twine 355 Coil

110566

Poly Lashing 1/2250 Tex 2605 Pack of 2

110943

Polyester Cord 4mm 100 Reel

110560

6mm Braided Polyester Cord 100 Reel

Nylon Plaited & Braided Ropes

ORDER CODE

Dia. (mm)

MBF (kN)

Length (m)

Weight (kg)

UOM

110583

4 3.15 300 3.4

Reel

110565

6 7.35 125 3.1

Reel

110559

6 7.35 300 7.5 Metal Reel

The minimum breaking force must in no way be construed

as the safe working load of the rope. Other sizes available.

Did you know that replacing wire with

synthetic alternatives can save time and

operational costs whilst also reducing

potential manual handling injuries.

Bullivants have a wide range of fibre

rope available for many applications.