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Ropes & Strength Members for Marine, Industrial & Military Applications

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Montgomeryville, PA 18936-9628 

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Phillystran® 7 x 19 Working Ropes - Vectran® (Liquid Crystal Polymer) Rope

Phillystran® 7 x 19 Working Ropes - Vectran® (Liquid Crystal Polymer) Rope

Phillystran ropes are made from Vectran® liquid crystal polymer fiber. PSV ropes are manufactured in wire rope constructions. Various rope jackets are available, including extruded polyurethanes and braided polyesters. Typical applications where PSV ropes should be considered are streamer cables, mooring lines, towed arrays and winch lines.


Part Number Break Strength Diameter Weight
lbs kN in mm lbs/1,000 ft kg/km
PSV 005 1,500 6.7 1/8 3.2 8 12
PSV 008 4,000 18 3/16 4.8 19 28
PSV 010 7,700 34 1/4 6.4 38 57
PSV 020 15,000 67 3/8 10 56 83
PSV 030 23,000 102 7/16 11 80 120
PSV 040 28,000 125 1/2 13 100 150
PSV 050 44,000 196 5/8 16 150 220
PSV 060 63,000 280 3/4 19 200 300
PSV 080 110,000 489 1 25 350 520
PSV 145 145,000 645 1-1/8 29 445 660
PSV 165 165,000 734 1-1/4 32 495 740
PSV 210 210,000 934 1-1/2 38 615 920
PSV 255 255,000 1,134 1-5/8 41 730 1,090
PSV 310 310,000 1,379 1-3/4 44 855 1,270
PSV 355 355,000 1,579 1-7/8 48 1,000 1,490
PSV 470 470,000 2,091 2-1/8 54 1,300 1,930
PSV 590 590,000 2,624 2-1/2 64 1,800 2,680
PSV 710 710,000 3,158 2-3/4 70 2,150 3,200
PSV 830 830,000 3,692 3 76 2,550 3,790
PSV 945 945,000 4,203 3-1/4 83 3,000 4,460
PSV 1065 1,065,000 4,737 3-1/2 89 3,500 5,210
PSV 1180 1,180,000 5,250 3-5/8 92 4,000 5,950


Weights and Dimensions can vary

Vectran® is a Registered Trademark of CNA Holdings, Inc.

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.