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  • Cotton Cotton
    Cotton rope is soft to the touch and popular uses include tent-line rope, hammock rope, halter and lead rope, harness rope, crab trap rope, pet toys and is widely used as decorative rope.
  • Natural Manila Natural Manila
    The strongest of all natural fiber ropes. Properties: UV resistant, abrasion resistant Typical Uses: landscaping, decorative, playgrounds, industrial, marine
  • Synthetic Manila Synthetic Manila
    Premium grade U.V. stablized polypropylene fiber is stronger, lighter, and less expensive than natural fiber manila rope; film polypropylene yarn, holds knot well. Properties: floats, no water absorption, resists rot and mildew, good abrasion resistance, chemical resistant Typical Uses: landscaping, decorative, playgrounds, industrial, marine
  • Nylon Nylon
    One of the strongest synthetic fibers, offering superior elasticity and excellent abrasion resistance. Properties: excellent shock absorption; UV, rot, mildew, and chemical resistant Typical Uses: industrial
  • Polyester Polyester
    Filament polyester ropes offer lower stretch than nylon ropes with good abrasion resistance and excellent U.V. resistance. Properties: shock load absorption; chemical, rot and mildew resistant
  • Polypropylene Polypropylene
    Premium grade U.V. stabilized polypropylene fiber: versatile, lightweight, floats. Properties: shock absorption, does not absorb water, resistant to rot, mildew, chemicals Typical Uses: landscaping, large party tents, barrier, tie-down, farm and ranch, all-purpose
  • Poly-Dacron Poly-Dacron
    60% polydacron - 40% polypropylene High tensity polyester fiber wrapped cover over polyolefin core yarns. Good abrasion resistance and strength. 5/8-inch diameter meets ANSI and OSHA Standards for fall protection ropes. Typical Uses: window washers fall protection (5/8-inch diameter), industrial
  • Sisal Sisal
    Sisal Rope is manufactured from natural fiber from the agave or sisalana plant grown in Mexico and South America. This 3-strand rope is similar in characteristics and versatility to Manila rope, but is not as strong and has a rougher feel than the Manila. This feel gives it excellent knot holding characteristics. It is widely used in agricultural, industrial, construction, and nursery applications. Unlike Manila rope, this rope is unoiled and therefore suitable for applications involving livestock or pets

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