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Ropes & Strength Members for Marine, Industrial & Military Applications

151 Commerce Drive
Montgomeryville, PA 18936-9628 

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+1 (215) 368-6611
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Phillystran® Phillygrips Rope Pulling Grip (PSG)


PhillyGrips provide a quick and safe rope pulling or gripping tool. Due to the flexible and 100% synthetic legs, the cable rope can be used on a large variety of rope diameters.It is easy to install under the most difficult circumstances and has proven to be very reliable. No extra tools are needed for a temporary installation.


Part
Number
Eye
Length
MBS SWL 1:5 Length
of Legs
Color Coding
Eye + Leg
Minimum
Cable Diameter
Maximum
Cable Diameter
in cm lbs kN lbs kN ft m in mm in mm
PSG 25 6 15 5,620 25 1,124 5 4 1.25 purple 3/16 4 3/8 8
PSG 50 6 15 11,240 50 2,248 10 5 1.5 orange 1/4 6 5/8 16
PSG 75 8 20 16,860 75 3,372 15 6.5 2.0 red 3/8 9 3/4 19
PSG 125 10 25 28,100 125 5,620 25 8 2.5 green 7/16 11 1 25
PSG 250 12 30 56,200 250 11,240 50 15 4.25 black 5/8 16 1-3/4 44
PSG 350 14 35 84,300 350 16,860 75 16.5 5.0 blue 7/8 22 2-1/2 63
PSG 500 18 45 112,400 500 22,480 100 23.0 7.0 yellow 1 25 3-1/2 89

All grips can be provided with a soft or thimble end. Odd sizes can be supplied upon request.

  • PhillyGrips are 100% synthetic and care should be taken using the grips on rusty and rough surfaces. This can damage or cut the synthetic legs and reduce holding power and/or life expectancy of the grip.
  • PhillyGrips can be installed on a variety of ropes, all with different friction coefficients. Although the breaking load of the grip is certified, care should be taken by assuming a certain holding power. Please contact Phillystran for more details.
  • PhillyGrips are proof loaded at 2 times SWL.
  • PhillyGrips can be supplied with Lloyds Register of Shipping and Bureau Veritas certificates.
  • Leg ends are color coded


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. 

All printed statements, data and recommendations are based on reliable information and tests, and are presented without any guarantee or warranty. Statements regarding the use of Phillystran's products and processes are not to be construed as recommendations for use in violation of any applicable laws, regulations or patent rights. © All rights reserved.



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.