More versatile for more water rescue emergencies and recreational boating.Swiftwater, ice, and ocean environments can quickly become very dangerous situations for both the victim and the rescue team. Sterling's WaterLine rope offers higher tensile strength than typical polypropylene float ropes, which makes them more versatile for more water rescue emergencies and recreational boating. They are strong, durable, handle well, and above all, they float. This rope is a must for swiftwater rescue teams and a great addition to emergency kits carried by police and fire departments, EMS teams, rescue squads, river guides, and the Coast Guard.
- Feature bright yellow polypropylene sheath for high visibility and nylon core for strength
- The supple nature of this high flotation rope makes for easy stuffing and quicker deployment during rescues
- Ideal for use in throw bags, as swimmer tether lines and "tag lines"
- Certified to NFPA 1983:2012 edition for Throwlines
Sterling's WaterLine rope offers higher tensile strength than typical polypropylene float ropes, which makes them more versatile for more water rescue emergencies and recreational boating. Certified to NFPA 1983:2012 edition for Throwlines.
|Minimum Breaking Strength||3,416 lbs / 15.2 kN|
|Elongation (at 300lbs)||4.2%|
"Can you use this rope for repelling?"
Frank, it is not designed for that, it's a water rescue rope with a polypropylene sheath on it so it will float, if it was all you had and it was a life or death deal I sure would give it a try. I wouldn't carry it with me to use for that reason though. there are a lot of different ropes on the market for repelling but this is not 1 of them.
"how much will it cost for a 200 feet of this rope"
It will cost you $95.99 plus shipping and handling. To estimate the shipping and handling please scroll to the bottom of the web page and click shipping costs and terms.
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