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WEBBING AND CORDAGE


PMI® TUBULAR WEBBING


PMI’s webbing is specially built to commercial versions of military specifications. For all rigging uses: slings, anchorages, even hasty seats.


Key Features: For all rigging uses • Available in 1” and 2” • 9 colors available in 1” • 2” available in red Weight: 36 g/yd » MBS: 18 kN (4000 lbf)


1”


Per Yard 100 yd


1”


Per Yard 100 yd


Red


WB59001 WB59002


OD Green WB59034 WB59033


Red Blue


WB59003 WB59004


Dark Green WB59025 WB59021


Weight: 75 g/yd » MBS: 36 kN (8000 lbf) 2”


Per Yard 50 yd


USA MADE


WB59013 WB59014


$3.09 $147.00


Use different colors for color coding all your anchorages.


Orange


WB59005 WB59006


Purple


WB59032 WB59031


Yellow


WB59007 WB59008


Black


WB59009 WB59010


Fluorescent Green WB59011 WB59012


$1.14 $108.50 $1.14 $108.50


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1” FLAT WEBBING


For your really tough webbing applications, flat webbing is thicker and stronger than 2” seatbelt webbing. Applications for flat webbing are endless, from sewn products to rigging.


Key Features: Create slings, anchorages, even hasty seats • Available in 1” Weight: 36 g/yd » MBS: 27 kN (6000 lbf)


1”


Per Yard 50 yd


USA MADE


You can't beat the strength of flat webbing for those harness sewing products.


Black


WB59038 WB59037


Blue


WB59036 WB59035


Red


WB59040 WB59039


Yellow


WB59046 WB59045


$1.83 $87.00


PMI®


NOMEX WEBBING This lightweight tubular webbing of DuPont Nomex® is excellent for use as heat and flashover fire protection.


Same webbing as found on many fire service breathing apparatus straps. Key Features: Not for live loads • Low MBS • 1” wide Weight: 14 g/yd » MBS: 1 kN (250 lbf)


1” Per Yard USA MADE Black WB59027 $7.00


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