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PMI® PMI®


STATIC ROPE CLAS SIC PROFESSIONAL


’s Classic EZ-Bend 16-carrier construction combined with the toughest nylon on the market makes PMI ropes some of the toughest in the world. PMI®


Classic 16-carrier


ropes will always beat 32, 40, and 48-carrier designs made with lesser quality nylons hands down in abrasion and real-world durability tests. Although all diameters of PMI® Classic rope are 16-carrier sheath design, the denier (thickness) of each diameter’s sheath is different. It is carefully designed to provide the maximum abrasion resistance, “grab” the core to minimize sheath slippage, and provide the desired hand for the intended applications.


Key Features: NFPA Certified • 16-carrier construction • CI1801 • Third party certified by UL (Underwriters Laboratories) • CE • Torsionally balanced, continuous filament nylon • Available in many colors • Also available in custom colors and lengths


Colors: Available colors for the PMI® Classic Professional and the PMI® Classic Professional - Max Wear ropes shown on page 8.


Rope colors and tracers vary with rope diameter. EZ-Bend ropes have two tracers. Max Wear ropes have one tracer. WHITE/BLACK (WB)


ORANGE/BLACK (OB) ORANGE/WHITE (OW) RED/BLACK (RB) GOLD (GD) RED/WHITE (RW) BLUE/BLACK (BB) RED (RD) WHITE/ORANGE (WO) BLUE/WHITE (BW) BLUE (BL) OD GREEN (OD) YELLOW/WHITE (YW) YELLOW/BLACK (YB) BLACK (BK) JUNGLE CAMO (JC)


9 mm (2 3/64”) The lightest certified PMI®


Classic rope. If you need a rope that has a good strength to weight ratio, PMI® Orange/Black Black


9 mm will hold up to the test.


Makes the perfect Personal Escape line. Weight: 53.0 g/m » MBS: 18.3 kN (4114 lbf) » Elongation: 3.7% at 300 lbf | 5.4% at 600 lbf | 7.6% at 1000 lbf » Elongation at 10% MBS: 4.3% White/Black


30 m (100 ft) RR090WB030E 46 m (150 ft) RR090WB046E 61 m (200 ft) RR090WB061E 92 m (300 ft) RR090WB092E 183 m (600 ft) RR090WB183E 200 m (656 ft) RR090WB200E


USA MADE 10 mm (25/64”) Preferred by experienced professionals, PMI® White/Orange


30 m (100 ft) RR100WO030E 46 m (150 ft) RR100WO046E 61 m (200 ft) RR100WO061E 92 m (300 ft) RR100WO092E 183 m (600 ft) RR100WO183E 200 m (656 ft) RR100WO200E


$80.80


$121.30 $161.70 $242.60 $485.30 $530.70


Yellow/White Orange/White Red/White Blue/White Black OD Green


30 m (100 ft) RR100YW030E RR100OW030E RR100RW030E RR100BW030E RR100BK030E RR100OD030E 46 m (150 ft) RR100YW046E RR100OW046E RR100RW046E RR100BW046E RR100BK046E RR100OD046E 61 m (200 ft) RR100YW061E RR100OW061E RR100RW061E RR100BW061E RR100BK061E RR100OD061E 92 m (300 ft) RR100YW092E RR100OW092E RR100RW092E RR100BW092E RR100BK092E RR100OD092E 183 m (600 ft) RR100YW183E RR100OW183E RR100RW183E RR100BW183E RR100BK183E RR100OD183E 200 m (656 ft) RR100YW200E RR100OW200E RR100RW200E RR100BW200E RR100BK200E RR100OD200E


USA MADE BERRY COMPLIANT CERTIFIED NFPA 1983, T CE CI1801, STATIC $93.50


$140.20 $187.00 $280.60 $561.20 $613.70


10 mm is the ultimate choice for single person rope work. This rope has nearly the same amount of core and strength


of the 11 mm Classic, but a 17% thinner sheath to get the smaller diameter and better hand for Rope Access, long ascents, and descents. Weight: 66.0 g/m » MBS: 26.5 kN (5957 lbf) » Elongation: 2.4% at 300 lbf | 4.6% at 600 lbf | 7.4% at 1000 lbf » Elongation at 10% MBS: 4.7%


$70.80


$106.30 $141.70 $212.60 $425.30 $465.10


BERRY COMPLIANT


RR090OB030E RR090BK030E RR090OB046E RR090BK046E RR090OB061E RR090BK061E RR090OB092E RR090BK092E RR090OB183E RR090BK183E RR090OB200E RR090BK200E


CERTIFIED NFPA 1983, E CE CI1801, STATIC $84.30


$126.50 $168.70 $253.20 $506.50 $553.80


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