|Application:||Chalk Line; Hanging; Tying; Bundling|
|Outside Diameter:||1⁄16 in|
|Maximum Load Capacity:||25 lb|
|Overall Length:||1,050 ft|
|Features:||Capable of Absorbing Sudden Shock Loads; Comfortable Grip and High Strength; Rotproof; Lasts 4 to 5 Times Longer Than Natural Fiber Ropes; Resists Abrasion, Ultraviolet Rays, Oils, Gasoline, Grease, Marine Growth and Nonacidic Chemicals|
|Length per Pound:||1,050 ft|
|Tensile Strength:||150 lb|
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About Fiber Rope & Twine
Typically used in construction, maintenance, fall protection, rigging, and marine applications, use rope to secure, pull, or tie-down material. For light duty applications, such as tying down small objects or securing packages, choose lightweight twine.
Use these twisted or braided lengths of twine for general packaging and bundling applications. They can also be used for leveling and marking in construction.