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Ropes & Strength Members for Marine, Industrial & Military Applications

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Montgomeryville, PA 18936-9628 

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X-Trema Line® 12 Strand Braids - Dyneema® (HMPE)

X-Trema Line® 12 Strand Braids - Dyneema® (HMPE)

 

Imperial Metric

Diameter

Circumference
Weight RBS* Diameter Weight RBS*
in in lb/100 ft lb mm kg/100 m kN
1/8 3/8  0.51 3,000 3 0.76 13.3
3/16 9/16  1.0 6,000 5 1.5 26.7
1/4 3/4  1.5 7,500 6 2.2 33
5/16 2.4 12,100  8 3.6 54
3/8 1-1/4 3.9 20,000  10 5.8 89
1/2 1-1/2  5.8 32,100 12 8.7 143
9/16 1-3/4  6.9 37,500  14 10.2 167
5/8  2 9.5 51,600 16 14.1 230
3/4  2-1/4 11.7 63,300  18 17.4 282
13/16  2-1/2 13.8 75,700  20 20.6 337
7/8  2-3/4 17.5 94,900  22 26.1 422
1  3 20.8 110,000  24 30.9 490
1-1/16  3-1/4 24.9 129,000  26 37.0 576
1-1/8  3-1/2 29.0 148,000  28 43.2 657
1-1/4  3-3/4 32.5 164,000  30 48.4 729
1-5/16  4 37.2 184,000  32 55.3 819
1-3/8  4-1/4 41.8 204,000  34 62.2 909
1-1/2  4-1/2 46 220,000  36 68.0 981
1-9/16  4-3/4 51 245,000  38 76.0 1,089
1-5/8  5 57 270,000  40 85.1 1,202
1-3/4  5-1/2 70 322,000  44 104.0 1,431
2  6 83 382,000  48 124.0 1,697
2-1/8 6-1/2 103 457,000 52 153.0 2034
2-1/4 7 114 500,000 56 170.0 2,228
2-1/2 7-1/2 134 581,000 60 200 2,588
2-5/8 8 153 651,500 64 228 2,898
2-3/4 8-1/2 171 718,000 68 254 3,195
3 9 192 794,000 72 285 3,533
3-1/8 9-1/2 206 850,000 76 307 3,780
3-1/4 10 226 920,000 80 336 4,091
3-5/8 11 272 1,088,000 88 405 4,842


* RBS represents minimum break strength (spliced).

Additional sizes available upon request.

Weights and Dimensions can vary

Dyneema® is a registered trademark of DSM B.V.

CAUTION: Break Strength: The breaking strength of a rope is the load at which a new rope will break when tested under laboratory conditions. Break strength should not be mistaken for safe working load. Safe Working Load: Because of the wide range of rope use, rope condition and the degree of risk of life or property, it is not possible to make a blanket recommendation for safe working load. It is ultimately dependent on the rope user to determine what percentage of break strength is their own safe working load. Wear: Ropes wear out with use; the more severe the usage, the greater the wear. It is often not possible to detect wear on a rope by visible signs alone. Therefore, it is recommended that the rope user determine a retirement criteria for ropes in their application. For assistance in developing safe working load and retirement criteria for each application please call or write Phillystran, Inc. 

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Phillystran manufactures high tenacity fiber ropes, strands, braids and strength members from fibers such as Kevlar®, Twaron®, Technora®, Vectran®, Dyneema® and Zylon®. Phillystran also manufactures polyester ropes for specialized applications. Phillystran products are used worldwide in a broad range of marine, industrial and military rope applications including mooring lines, life lines and winch lines, boat rigging, structural and support lines, power cables and broadcast tower guy cables.