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Yale Cordage 1/2" PolyPlus Braid Rigging Rope - 8500 lbs Breaking Strength

Yale Cordage 1/2" PolyPlus Braid Rigging Rope - 8500 lbs Breaking Strength
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Yale Cordage 1/2" PolyPlus Braid Rigging Rope - 8500 lbs Breaking StrengthYale Cordage 1/2" PolyPlus Braid Rigging Rope - 8500 lbs Breaking StrengthYale Cordage 1/2" PolyPlus Braid Rigging Rope - 8500 lbs Breaking Strength
1 - 149$0.60
150 - 599$0.54
600 + $0.49
PRICE PER:Linear Foot

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  • USUALLY SHIPS: 1 - 2 Days
  • Full Spool Length: 600
  • Please contact us for longer lengths.
  • Made in the United States of America!
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Product Description

PolyPlus Braid is an affordable 12-strand single braid rope constructed of high tenacity polyester plied over "Para-ep" polyolefin in each individual strand. A unique plying technique as well as a generous proportion of polyester to olefin is coupled with Yale's exclusive Aralube treatment which optimizes the ropes abrasion resistance. The "Para-ep" provides body to the rope and enhances its handling characteristics while keeping the rope's weight to a minimum. The two end per carrier structure makes the rope a snap to splice, and it is entirely torque balanced. PolyPlus Braid is the strongest single braid polyester/polyolefin blended rope available and is always manufactured with dual red strands. It is a favorite for our utility and municipal customers because its ease of splice, strength, and non-rotational features lend it to use as a superior hand or block line.


Rope Size
Polyester / Polyolefin
White / Red
Length (ft)
Per Foot
Breaking Strength (lbs)
Weight / 100 ft (lbs)

Questions & Answers

1 Question & 1 Answer
from NY asked:
April 18, 2018
Is 1/2" PolyPlus a suitable product for securing boats in a marine environment, as compared to typical 1/2" nylon twisted or braided?
1 Answer
While not necessarily intended for this use, it should work fine, and certainly you will see a big variety of ropes used for mooring. It depends on the size of the boat, of course, and how many tie down points are in use. One major difference is PolyPlus will stretch a maximum of 15% prior to breaking, while a nylon rope will be closer to 22%. The stretch property of nylon is one reason it's favored for mooring.
Submitted by: WRS on April 19, 2018

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