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Samson, AmSteel-Blue Rope, 100% AmSteel-Blue SK-75 Dyneema HMPE fiber Rope. 12-Strand Single Braid that yields the maximum in strength-to-weight ratio and, size-for-size, is the same strength as steel—yet it floats. Exclusive Samthane (Samson Rope) Coating resists wear. 40% to 45% stronger than Spectron 12 and AmSteel.
Lowest stretch 12 strand (7/64" sizes are 8 strand)
SPLICE:12-STRAND CLASS II
Easy to inspect
Easy to splice
Excellent wear characteristics
Extremely low stretch
Highly flex-fatigue resistant
Maximum strength-to-weight ratio
Similar elastic elongation to wire rope
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Can I us the amsteel blue 1/4"for rappelling?
Can I use an overhand knot to tie it to a10mm dynamic climbing rope for rappelling? What is the weight?
You will need to contact Amsteel directly for those kind of answers.
weight of Spectra rope
What is the weight/foot of 100% AmSteel®-Blue SK-75 Dyneema® HMPE fiber rope, 12-Strand Single Braid in 3/8" diameter?
AmSteel®-Blue in 3/8" diameter weighs 3.6 lbs/100’ = 57.6 ounces/100’, which works out to .57 ounce per foot.
There is more lots more information in the "Product Specs (.pdf)" link on this page.
Do you have termination ends for this rope or does it have to be manually spliced into loops etc.?
Splicing is the best way!
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