Rope is a group of yarns, piles or strands that are twisted or braided together into a larger and stronger form. Ropes have tensile strength and they can be used for dragging and lifting. Rope is thicker and stronger than similarly constructed cord, line, string and twine. Ropes are made from metal strands that are called wire rope.

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Polypropylene Rope Wire Rope

Nylon Rope
Nylon Rope features a strong braid and it resists the elements, which helps it to provide a long-lasting use. It is made out of polypropylene. Nylon Rope is weather resistant and has a working load limit of up to 90 lbs.

Polyester Rope
Polyester Rope is the best rope for outdoor use. Polyester Rope has a very low stretch making them excellent in both chemical and ultraviolet resistance. The materials have an interesting property that makes them especially ultraviolet resistant.

Polypropylene Rope
Polypropylene Rope is most commonly used as “ski rope.” It is inexpensive, lightweight, strong and it floats. Polypropylene Rope is used in outdoor applications.

Wire Rope
Wire Rope is a type of cable that consists of several strands of metal wire laid (twisted) into a helix. Wire Rope generally refers to a diameter larger than 3/8 inch (9.52 mm).