Even after extensive use, the SuperStatic2 stays supple and knots easily.Developed in 1993, this nylon static rope is still without equal. Two important and unique technical components are a 40-carrier sheath construction and DryCore™. This is what makes SuperStatic ropes incredibly durable and moisture resistant. Field reports have supported the fact that even after extensive use, the SuperStatic stays supple and knots easily. There is no doubt that Sterling’s SuperStatic will outlast and outperform all other static ropes on the market.
- A multipurpose rappel rope
- DryCore™ Technology
- 48 carrier sheath construction
- Block-creel kernmantle construction
- Great for police and security tactical teams, military operations and training, mountain rescue, window washing, and rope access operations
- Certified to NFPA 1983:2012 Technical Use
- Available in Black in 150', 200', 300', and 600' lengths
Perhaps the most important difference between Sterling’s SuperStatic and all other ropes is DryCore™. Only Sterling ropes have DryCore™, cores that are dry. This is an important safety feature. A wet rope is a compromised rope. The rope loses its strength and elongation increases. With DryCore™, Sterling's moisture resistant proprietary yarn helps each rope maintain its strength and elongation characteristics thereby assuring you a pliable, strong rope. Rescue, work access, and tower technicians never know where and under what weather conditions or situations they will encounter next, but with DryCore™, they can be confident that their ropes will perform perfectly and safely. Because Sterling’s SuperStatic is easy to deploy and handle, knots well, stays strong, and remains durable throughout its working life, it has become the rope of choice for many rescue and safety personnel throughout the world. Available in Black only.
|Minimum Breaking Strength||6,519 lbs|
|Safe Working Load 10:1||651|
|Elongation (at 300lbs)||3.9%|
"Can this rope be used in rappelling as a single rope or does it need to be doubled?"
Norm, no where do I see anything about having to double up, as far as a rappelling rope that's how it's being advertised as, with the DryCore Tech. Certified to NFPA 1983:2012 Technical Use multipurpose rappel rope DryCore Technology 40 carrier sheath construction Block-creel kernmantle construction. It has a safe working load of 818 Lbs. (10:1 rato)
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