40mm Rope

40mm rope is used in many commercial jobs as well as a variety of decorative applications such as decking and handrails.

 

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    40mm Natural Sisal Rope (Sold by Metre)
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    1486 kg
    10404 KG
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    Sandy
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    40mm Natural Manila Rope (Sold by Metre)
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    1661 kg
    11625 KG
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    220m Coil
    3410 kg
    23868 KG
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    £968.99 inc. VAT
    220m Coil
    1486 kg
    10404 KG
    Yes
    Sisal
    Twisted 3 strand
    Sandy
    Low elasticity
    Low
    Low
    Yes
    Does not melt
    165C
    No
    Yes
    Poor
    Good
    1.35
    No
    Hard & Fibrous
    Decrease 15%
    Faint Grassy Smell
    Vegetable Oil
    Yes
    Good
    Very Easy
    Brazil
    £989.99 inc. VAT
    220m Coil
    1661 kg
    11625 KG
    Yes
    Manila
    Twisted 3 strand
    Brown
    Low elasticity
    Poor
    Good
    Yes
    Does not melt
    177C
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    1.38
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    Very Good
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    Philippines
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FAQ

How much weight can 40mm rope hold?
They start at approx 10 tonnes going up to 23 tonnes.  The highest break load 40mm rope we stock is 40mm Polysteel which holds 23,868kg.  We always advise buying a rope that has a break load of 30% over the weight of the objects you plan to hold/lift/pull.

You can select a higher or lower diameter rope from this page if the 40mm rope break loads are not suitable.

Is this the thickest rope that you sell?
No, we also sell 60mm diameter.  We also sell pre-spliced mooring ropes with diameters up to 96mm on our large vessel mooring page.

Is it suitable for making a doorstop?
Yes.  It can be placed in front of a door to stop it from opening or closing.  It is also used to stop drafts from entering through the gap at the bottom of the door.  Natural fiber ropes tend to be the preferred option for this application.