- Like silver staple the rope is hairy which enables good grip and has high ultra-violet light resistance making it useful in numerous applications for lashing and general purpose.
- Fibre rope has been common in the transport industry for many years and is still widely used.
- Ice Blue rope is only recommended on relatively light loads and is not suitable for heavy loads.
- Rope is usually attached to the tie off rails and tensioned using knots.
|Stock Code||Size mm||Description||Minimum Breaking Load (kg)||Coil Length (m)|
|FSIB06||6||6mm Ice Blue Rope||435||250|
|FSIB08||8||8mm Ice Blue Rope||716||250|
|FSIB10||10||10mm Ice Blue Rope||1080||250|
|FSIB12||12||12mm Ice Blue Rope||1460||250|
|FSIB16||16||16mm Ice Blue Rope||2400||250|
- To be effective the knot must be correctly tied.
- Be aware that rope is susceptible to relaxing during transport as the load shifts or settles
- Rope should always be used in line with good lashing and tie down practice.
- Failure to use and tie off ropes correctly could result in property damage, serious injury or death.