What are the different thicknesses available?
The following sizes are available to buy today and usually ship for delivery the next day: 24mm, 26mm, 28mm, 30mm, 32mm, 36mm, 38mm, 40mm, 48mm, and huge 60mm thickness.
What width is best for gripping?
This really depends on the size of your hand. Most customers tend to use 24mm – 36mm for applications such as decking, tug-of-war or handrails where gripping is required.
How thick should decking handrails be?
Usually between 24mm – 36mm. However, this is dependent on how large you would like your handrail to appear from an aesthetic point of view.
How big should battle rope be?
Usually between 30mm to 50mm. The thicker the diameter the heavier the rope will be and the harder the workout.
What is the strongest option?
Nylon has the greatest breaking load ability but it is also one of the most expensive options. Polypropylene is one of the cheaper options available but has a high breaking load relative to its cost. The minimum break load for a 24mm thick rope is over 3 tonnes which is more than enough for the majority of residential uses such as rope swings or ladders.
If you require high break loads for commercial uses please use the filters at the top of the page to find the exact rope break load you need. They go up to 13 tonnes.