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Greenline Static Rope (9mm)

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Greenline Static Rope (9mm)

Elevated is proud to be the regional supplier for Cancord. Years of use and abuse in such caves as Huautla, Cheve, and J2 have shown that these ropes can stand up to the toughest of endeavors.  These all-polyester ropes can be tailored to order so please drop us a line if you want a custom spool >1000'.

Description

Product: Caving Rope
Material: 100% virgin polyester fiber
Construction: Kernmantle
Elongation Rating: Static

Diameter

Minimum Breaking Strength*

9mm

4,500 lbs

10mm

6,000 lbs

11mm

7,000 lbs


*Rated breaking strength is the optimum strength, achieved under laboratory conditions, in accordance with prescribed test procedures, on new rope, pulling at a slow steady rate in a straight line. Real life applications normally involve many other types of forces and factors which will cause the rope to fail at much reduced loads. Accordingly, the safe working load of any rope is much lower than its nominal strength. In life threatening and similar critical conditions, the safe working load should not exceed 1/15 of the rated breaking strength. In non-life threatening applications, a safe working load of 1/5 of the rated strength may be acceptable.

**Note: Shipping for rope is $35 opposed to the flat $3.99 we charge for all other orders.  Please select the "Rope Surcharge" shipping method at checkout.  If local or passing through Chattanooga, TN or Indianapolis, IN, please contact us to schedule a pickup.  

Photo Cred: Corey Hackley using Cancord ropes in J2, Last Bash by Elliot Stahl


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  • What % elongation is this stuff? I have bought the 9mm and 10mm from you in the past and LOVE this rope, but I can't find elongation data on it anywhere.

    Hey Eric!  Excellant question.  The elongation of the 9mm caving rope is 1% at 10% of its breaking strength.  Please let me know if you have any additional questions.  Thanks for your support!