Manila

Description

3- and 4-laid rope made from manila fiber, which is a natural fiber that is more resistant to rot than sisal. The ropes often went by the name “ship ropes” back in times.

Does not float. Elongation at breaking load: approx 15%.

Areas of use

  • Rope ladders
  • Sailing ship ropes
  • Lift ropes for lifeboats
  • Decorations

 

COIL

Art. no

Diam

mm

Breaking load

kp

Weight

g/m

Length

m

144.06.220

6

270

28

220

144.08.220

8

450

50

220

144.10.220

10

750

66

220

144.12.220

12

1100

100

220

144.14.220

14

1500

135

220

144.16.220

16

2000

175

220

144.18.220

18

2500

225

220

144.20.220

20

3300

270

220

144.24.220

24

4200

340

220

144.26.220

26

4900

395

220

144.28.220

28

5700

460

220

144.30.220

30

6600

530

220

144.32.220

32

7700

620

220

144.34.220

34

8400

680

220

144.36.220

36

9400

760

220

 

FLANGE SPOOL

Art. no

Diam

mm

Breaking load

kp

Weight

g/m

Length

m

144.F06.220

6

270

28

220

144.F08.220

8

540

50

220

144.F10.220

10

750

66

220

144.F12.110

12

1100

100

110

144.F14.110

14

1500

135

110