Rope

A rope is formed with yarns, strands and piles that are bounded together through twisting or braiding into one strong form giving them tensile strength. Ropes are commonly made from nylon, polypropylene, polyester, and natural fibres which each fabric determining the rope’s strength and abrasion resistance. It’s this tensile strength that means ropes can be employed for lifting, pulling and dragging. Common rope types include rock climbing ropes, aerial ropes, braided rope, double braided rope, endless winding rope, kernmantle rope, braid rope and endless winding rope. Ropes are used in many different industries including construction, sports, theatre, seafaring, exploration, and communication.

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  1. Fibre Rope
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    Fiber ropes are used in a wide range of applications including lifting, pulling and dragging in various industries including construction, sports, theatre, seafaring, exploration, and communication. Fiber ropes are made from either synthetic (like in nylon rope) or made from vegetables (such as hemp).

  2. Wire Rope
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    A wire rope is made from several strands of metal wire (usually steel) that are twisted into a helix which are used in used in many different industries including construction, sports, theatre, seafaring, exploration, and communication. Types of metal rope types include metal strands, spiral ropes, running ropes, track ropes, stationary ropes, wire rope slings, and stranded ropes.

  3. Other
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