CARATTERISTICHE_TECNICHE: NOT FOUND
Resistance temp. Peak 650 °C 650 °C
Tenacity 37,0 cN/dTex 37,0 cN / dTex
Friction coeff. 0,18 0,18
Winch / stopper grip excellent excellent
Smoothness moderate moderate
Abrasion res. excellent excellent
Specific weight 1,56 kg/dm 1,56 kg/dm3
Res. To continuous work excellent excellent
Colors range moderate moderate
UTILIZZO: NOT FOUND
Friction / Load / Temperature
- PBO inserts to maximize resistance to tearing, heat and abrasion
RICHIEDI_INFO: NOT FOUND
GAMMA_COLORI: NOT FOUND:
The creep is totally absent of this fiber; this, combined with a tenacity of 37 cn / dTex and a module of 1720 cN / dTex, allow the construction of an extremely resistant but above all extremely reactive line, dedicated to maneuvers subjected to high static and dynamic loads.
The specific weight of 1,56 kg / dm3 means that the rope is heavier than a Dyneema rope, however the melting point of 650 °C allows unthinkable applications for the latter; the protective treatment with a mix of polyurethane resins makes it water-repellent and highly resistant to wear.
The hot per-streatch treatment called XTR takes the diameter / load ratio to the extreme by reducing the section and increasing the breaking load at the same time.
It is a highly technical cover dedicated to extreme loads, temperatures and frictions.
The cover is made of 100% PBO Zylon, taking the resistance to abrasion and high temperatures generated by very strong friction during the change of maneuvers beyond all limits.
The tolerance point at high temperatures is extreme with resistance to peaks of 650 ° C.
The friction coefficient of 0.18 makes it extremely efficiency both in the hand and on winches and stoppers.
The tenacity of the cover of 37.0 cN / dTex guarantees extreme efficiency on winches and chokes.
The color range is limited to a single color.
The average values indicated are obtained from the laboratory tests Welcome to new buds and can be changed without notice. Other diameters are available on request. The static load of the rope must not exceed 20% of the breaking loads indicated in the table. The knot affects the breaking load with reductions of up to 60%. The splice increases the diameter by approximately 1.5 times. Exposure to atmospheric agents determines reductions in the breaking loads of the buds, depending on the intensity and duration of the same and also on the composition and construction of the product.