We carry a large inventory of general-purpose, synthetic ropes like mono-filament, black/orange truck rope, 3-strand nylon, manila, double braid, and high-performance 12-strand ropes. These synthetic ropes are available per spool or we have the capability to do cut lengths. Splicing is also available upon request.
Manila ropes are made from high and medium-grade fibers. It is the strongest natural fiber rope. This cordage is durable, strong, and cost-efficient. This rope provides low stretch and abrasion resistance. However, the construction of this rope makes it unsuitable for use in environments with chemicals. Industries that commonly utilize manila ropes include general industrial, marine, shipping, oil, and even construction.
This cordage includes the benefits of high elongation and strength, good abrasion resistance, excellent resistance to UV, rot, mildew, oil, grease, gasoline, and many chemicals. Nylon is among the strongest synthetic fibers, making it a common choice in a multitude of industries.
Poly-Dac rope is a type of cordage with a core of polyester over polypropylene. The combined properties that comprise the rope make it almost twice as strong as manila rope. The rope has a high resistance to friction-induced heat, chemicals, and rot. All of these qualities have made Poly-Dac rope very popular in the marine industry.
Polypropylene cordage is strong and long-lasting. It is about twice as strong as manila rope. Benefits of polypropylene include constant strength even when wet, resistance to rot, mildew, abrasion, and UV. Also has good strength and moderate stretch. This has made polypropylene a common rope for towing, marine, and rigging applications. This cordage is a reliable, cost-efficient choice for consumer and commercial use.