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ROPE


PMI® PMI®


T EC MARKER


’s TEC Rope Marker from Sharpie is the only pen that is batch tested for 24 trace elements, making it the only pen you can really trust for marking your rope.


Weight: 0.4 oz (12 g)


Black AC10006


WHIP END DIP


Seal your rope ends to prevent fraying and add a color coding option to your gear with this water based liquid vinyl compound sealant.


Key Features: Perfect for color coding multiple ropes • Available in three colors • Non toxic • Easy to apply • 1 bottle = 64 ends (3 coats each)


Weight: 5.0 oz (143 g) Clear


Red Clear White RC48011 RC48012 RC48013 $9.75


60 Additional Tags Weight: 1.3 oz (38 g)


RC48001 $33.00


3/4” Bulk Shrink for 11 mm - 16mm Rope RC48008


$.65 per foot


3/8” Bulk Shrink for 10 mm Rope RC48007


CORDAGE ME T ER


If you regularly cut rope off a spool, a cordage meter is an indispensable tool. While you pull the rope through the meter the toothed measuring wheel and stainless steel pressure shoe assures uninterrupted NO SLIP contact with the cordage. The meter should be firmly mounted for optimum accuracy using the optional brackets available. The extended bracket allows the meter to be pivoted out of the way when not in use. Conforms to Weights and Measures specifications in U.S.A. and Canada.


Key Features: Available in Feet or Metric measurements • Digital Counter adds or subtracts • Resets to ZERO with one turn of knob • Measures ropes and cordage from ¼” (6 mm) to ¾” (20 mm) diameter


Height: 1.75” (4.4 cm) » Width: 8.25” (21.0 cm) » Length: 10.50” (26.7 cm) » Weight: 2.6 lbs (1.180 kg)


Cordage Meter Units - Feet


Units - Metric ELECTRIC HOT KNIFE


Fusing rope ends helps protect your rope and prevent unraveling after cutting the rope.


Key Features: Table top size • Operates on 110 volts AC • Red ‘on’ light • Replacement blades available • Heats up to 1200° F (649° C)


Weight: 2.44 lbs (1.111 kg) RC48014


Replacement Blade RC48015


$118.00 $19.40


RC48003 RC48004


$237.00 $274.00


Accessories Standard Bracket Extended Bracket


SMALL CORDAGE ME T ER


When you need to cut accessory cord from a spool, this meter gets the job done. Conforms to Weights and Measures specifications in the U. S. A. and Canada. This unit accommodates cord from 1/16” to 1/2” (1.5 mm to 12.7 mm).


Key Features: Three guide tubes and a pressure roller provides accurate measurements • Measures either natural or synthetic fiber cords • Measures accessory cord with diameters of 1/16” to 1/2”


Height: 1.75” (4.4 cm) » Width: 8.25” (21.0 cm) » Length: 10.50” (26.7 cm) » Weight: 2.6 lbs (1.180 kg)


Small Cordage Meter Units - Feet


Units - Metric


RC48040 RC48041


$314.00 $314.00


RC48006 RC48005


$7.25 $25.00 $.36 per foot $7.50


ROPE CARE PMI® ROPE MARKING SOLUTION


Protect rope ends and provide important information such as when a rope is put into service, ID, etc. Write your own information on the ID tags and slip between shrink tube and rope.


Key Features: Kit includes 6 tags and 12 inches of 3/4” shrink tube • Easy to apply • Long lasting


ID Kit Weight: 0.5 oz (13 g)


RC48030 $6.60


Easy to apply shrink tube goes over your hand written ID tag.


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