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Nylon Rope (220m Coils)

Nylon rope 3 strand rope, ideal for applications where shock absorbency and strength is required e.g.: lifting, towing, mooring, winching.

Made in Europe – ISO certified

Key properties at a glance: 

  • Good abrasion resistance
  • Very strong and flexible
  • High shock absorption and elasticity
  • Good UV & rot resistance
  • Easy to splice

Full product details

Nylon Rope Technical Details

Diameter / Weight / Break load 

Diameter Weight per 220m (kg) Break load (kg)*
6mm 4.5 809
8mm 8.2 1,408
10mm 12.5 2,162
12mm 18 3,070
14mm 25 4,080
16mm 32 5,294
18mm 40 6,559
20mm 50 8,078
22mm 61 9,588
24mm 73 11,424
28mm 99 15,198
32mm 129 19,584
36mm 163 24,480

*Break load for indication purposes only. Not test certified. Break loads will also lower as a result of splicing and knotting.

Resistance 

Resistance  Description
UV resistance  Good
Abrasion resistance  Good
Rot and mould Yes
Chemical Limited resistance to acids. Resistant to alkalis at normal temperatures

Properties 

Properties Description
Construction Twisted 3-strand
Material Synthetic – Nylon
Quality certified  ISO 9002
Appearance  Off-white. Smooth, silky & shiny 
Feel Smooth & soft to touch. Not ‘plasticky’
Handling  Easy handling, pliable & flexible
Density 1.14
Strength (dry) Very strong general purpose rope. Strongest of ropes stocked
Strength (wet) Estimated 10% – 15% reduction in strength 
Shock absorbency High: excellent
Elongation at break load High
Stretch (elasticity) High
Performance in water Sinks, absorbs 2-8% water. Weakens when wet
Melting point 215°C 
Electrical conductivity Poor
Biodegradable  No
Storage Wet and dry environments
Knot retention Moderate
Can be spliced? Yes – easily
Can be cut? Yes – but will unravel at ends. Recommend ordering to custom length
Can be dyed? Yes with all purpose dye 
Additional note Will recoil with great amount of stored energy, back directly in the path of pull if broken while in use