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ROPE


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TALON


Talon is the best of both worlds for experienced rope users. With a 16-carrier nylon sheath over a polyester core, this rope combines the hand, durability, and higher friction that you’re accustomed to from PMI®


Classic nylon ropes


with virtually no elongation. Key Features: NFPA Certified • 16-carrier construction • 6,6 nylon sheath • Polyester core • Resists flattening under load


10 mm (25/64”) Weight: 64.0 g/m » MBS: 22 kN (5000 lbf) » Elongation: 1.4% at 300 lbf | 2.4% at 600 lbf | 3.5% at 1000 lbf » Elongation at 10% MBS: 2.0%


Blue/Grey/Yellow


30 m (100 ft) PR100BX030NP 46 m (150 ft) PR100BX046NP 61 m (200 ft) PR100BX061NP 92 m (300 ft) PR100BX092NP 183 m (600 ft) PR100BX183NP 200 m (656 ft) PR100BX200NP


USA MADE BERRY COMPLIANT


Orange/Grey/Yellow PR100OX030NP PR100OX046NP PR100OX061NP PR100OX092NP PR100OX183NP PR100OX200NP


CERTIFIED


Black/Brown/OD Green PR100TX030NP PR100TX046NP PR100TX061NP PR100TX092NP PR100TX183NP PR100TX200NP


NFPA 1983, T CI1801, STATIC


11.5 mm (7/16”) Weight: 96.0 g/m » MBS: 27 kN (6070 lbf) » Elongation: 1.4% at 300 lbf | 2.1% at 600 lbf | 2.9% at 1000 lbf » Elongation at 10% MBS: 2.3%


Blue/Black/Yellow


30 m (100 ft) PR110BX030NP 46 m (150 ft) PR110BX046NP 61 m (200 ft) PR110BX061NP 92 m (300 ft) PR110BX092NP 183 m (600 ft) PR110BX183NP 200 m (656 ft) PR110BX200NP


USA MADE BERRY COMPLIANT


Orange/Black/Yellow Black/Brown/OD Green PR110OX030NP PR110OX046NP PR110OX061NP PR110OX092NP PR110OX183NP PR110OX200NP


PR110TX030NP PR110TX046NP PR110TX061NP PR110TX092NP PR110TX183NP PR110TX200NP


CERTIFIED NFPA 1983, T CI1801, STATIC


POLYESTER FIBER ROPES PMI polyester ropes offer a unique range of performance and features as compared with nylon. As a fiber, polyester offers lower elongation than nylon, but the stretch characteristics of a rope are also partially determined by the design of the rope. An all-polyester rope with a static construction may be a great choice for use by experienced technicians in applications where particularly low elongation is required, but a very static rope offers little forgiveness, so extra precautions should be taken when using these. Other points to consider when using polyester fiber ropes:


1) Polyester retains a high tensile strength even when wet.


2) Slightly more resistant than nylon to most acids.


3) Slightly less resistant than nylon to alkalis. 4) Melting point is about 895° F (480° C). 5) Highly abrasion resistant.


6) Some users may notice a slicker feel/faster descent on polyester ropes.


All PMI ropes that incorporate polyester in some way have an X pattern on the sheath, while nylon-only models feature the typical “barber pole” design.


$98.70


$148.20 $197.50 $296.50 $593.00 $648.40


$84.00


$126.10 $168.10 $252.30 $504.70 $551.90


STATIC ROPE


ROPE STATIC ROPE


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