Kevlar Rope 6 mm - By the metre

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Kevlar Rope
diametre: 6 mm
Weight per metres: 26 g
Colour: yellow
Material: Aramid and Polyamide (nylon)


By the metre - select the number of metres below

3.84 EUR

Details

Details

Kevlar Rope 6 mm

The Kevlar rope has a really hightensile strength and is a treat for the equipment geek who crave the best of the best. The rope is extremely sturdy and is ideal for establishing anchor points for rock climbing or other places where high tensile strength is required. A prusik cord in Kevlar is thus as strongas aa static slings, which allows it to be used for both purposes. Both as prusik and as an anchor. A piece of multifunctional rope that allows you to save a little on overall weight.

The rope is made from a mixture of polyamide (nylon) and aramid, which is a heat-resistant and strong synthetic fiber. Aramid has no melting point and is used for example for the manufacture of bulletproof vests and fireproof clothing for firefighters, etc.

Further specification:
Ultimate load: 18 kN
Norm: EN 564

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