Polyethylene Rope

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Polyethylene rope has positive buoyancy (floats) and its tensile strength remains the same dry or wet. Polyethylene rope is slightly heavier than Polypropylene rope and it has lower breaking strength compared to a high tenacity Polypropylene rope such as Superdan. Polyethylene ropes generally have superior abrasion resistance to Polypropylene rope. Polyethylene rope is commonly used in commercial fishing and industrial applications.

A floating rope with superior abrasion resistance

Specifications

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Stock Code
FPE04D
FPE06D
FPE08D
FPE10D
FPE12D
FPE14D
FPE16D
FPE18D
FPE20D
FPE22D
FPE24D
FPE26D
FPE28D
FPE30D
FPE32D
Stock CodeDiameter (mm)Weight per 100m (kg)Minimum Breaking Force (kN)Minimum Breaking Load (kg)
FPE04D
4
0.8
1.96
200
FPE06D
6
1.8
3.92
400
FPE08D
8
3.3
6.86
700
FPE10D
10
4.9
10.7
1100
FPE12D
12
7.2
15.1
1500
FPE14D
14
9.5
20.5
2100
FPE16D
16
12.8
27.5
2800
FPE18D
18
16.1
34.0
3500
FPE20D
20
20.0
41.9
4300
FPE22D
22
24.3
49.8
5100
FPE24D
24
29.5
59.8
6100
FPE26D
26
32.8
68.0
6900
FPE28D
28
39.3
80.5
8200
FPE30D
30
46.0
93.0
9500
FPE32D
32
52.5
105.0
10700

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