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Teufelberger Multiline II Static Climbing Rope

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Multiline II stands for exceptional durability and strength in conjunction with extremely low weight, unlike other commercially available twisted static ropes.

This is a twisted rope composed of three strands with a filament cover around a polyolefin core.  The cover of the strands lends to this static rope a fuzzy feel and makes it easier to grip, even when wet.  The core makes the rope firm and round without adding weight.  This gives Multiline II good abrasion resistance and handling characteristics.

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  • Diameters:  5/16" (8mm),  3/8" (10mm),  1/2" (12mm)
  • Length:  600ft
  • Colors:  Black, White with Orange Tracers

Specifications

  • Easy to Splice
  • Ideal for Rigging
  • Approximate Breaking Strength
    • 5/16" = 1860 lbs
    • 3/8" = 2900 lbs
    • 1/2" = 4000 lbs

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