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1/2" x 600' Reel, Double Braid Polyester Rope

1/2" x 600' Reel, Double Braid Polyester Rope

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Product Specs Part No. 91404015
Material Nylon Fibers
Weight 48.00 lbs
Minimum Breaking Load (MBL) 7425 lbs

Description

1/2 inch diameter by 600 feet long Reel of Double Braided Polyester Rope. Minimum Breaking Load (MBL): 7425 lbs

Note: Splice using Double Braid Class 1 Method.
Spec Sheet
Polyester Physical Properties
Strength: 4/5 Stars
Strength When Wet: No Change
Shock Load Ability: 3/5 Stars
Elongation at Break: 15-20%
Flexing Endurance: 4/5 Stars
Specific Gravity: 1.38
Floats or Sinks in Water: Sinks
Water Absorption: 0%
Melting or Charring Point: Melts - 500° F
Storage Requirements: Wet or Dry
Polyester Degradation Resistance
Abrasion: 5/5 Stars
Sunlight / UV: 5/5 Stars
Rot: 5/5 Stars
Acids: 3/5 Stars
Alkalies: 1/5 Stars
Oil, Gas & Petroleum Based Liquids: 3/5 Stars
Electrical Conductivity Resistance: 3/5 Stars
Best =5/5 Stars | Worst =1/5 Stars
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Special Instructions
Note:
Size
1/2 inches
Length
600 ft
Product Type
rope > double braided
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Questions and Answers
Q: what is the working load limit ?
Asked by mark bill on 11/25/2013
A: The load capacity (Working Load Limit, WLL) of this rope is 1364 lbs. The breaking load/ ultimate strength of this rope is about 5 times the WLL. It has a design factor of 5:1. The static load capacity is equal to the WLL. Depending on your termination techniques, the rope may have a lower breaking strength. It is always recommended that you conduct a break test on the fabricated rope assembly before using it for overhead lifting applications, or applications where human safety is involved. Answer provided by:  E-Rigging Team (11/25/2013)
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