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Polypropylene Octoply

Polypropylene Octoply

Characteristics

Melting point:
165C
Specific gravity:
0,91
Abrasion Resistance:
reasonable
Elongation at break:
approximately 20%

A superior quality, general purpose rope, Polypropylene Octoply has an eight strand braided construction. It is a sturdy rope that can be readily stored on a winch drum.

Polypropylene Octoply offers outstanding performance for mooring, lashing and many more applications on board a vessel.

Polypropylene elongation at a given load factor, as a percentage of the minimum breaking force of the rope:
  • MBF
  • 20%
  • 30%
  • 40%
  • 50%
  • Elongation
  • 6%
  • 8%
  • 10%
  • 12%

Article
No.
Size
No.
Diameter
mm
Weight
kg/100 mtr
MBF
mtons
MBF
kN
Weight
lbs/100 ft
MBF
Lbs
133493 4 32 46,3 13,7 134 31 30.183
133515 4,5 36 58,6 17 167 39 37.453
133532 5 40 72,3 20,8 204 49 45.825
133558 5,5 44 87,5 24,8 243 59 54.638
136077 6 48 104 29,2 286 70 64.331
136115 6,5 52 122 33,9 332 82 74.686
136131 7 56 142 38,9 381 95 85.702
136158 7,5 60 163 44,2 433 110 97.378
136174 8 64 185 49,8 488 124 109.716
136298 9 72 234 62 608 157 136.594
133760 10 80 289 75,5 740 194 166.336
136352 11 88 350 90,5 887 235 199.383
133825 12 96 417 106 1.039 280 233.532
136441 13 104 489 123 1.205 329 270.985
136417 14 112 567 142 1.392 381 312.844
136522 15 120 651 161 1.578 437 354.704
136523 16 128 741 182 1.784 498 400.969
136525 17 136 836 204 1.999 562 449.438
138065 18 144 937 226 2.215 630 497.907

The Oliveira ropes are produced in the Oliveira factory in Paredes, Portugal, in accordance with ISO 2307:2005. The breaking forces indicated are referring to
the strength in the ropes itself, without efficiency losses due to splicing or other end terminations.

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