Important information regarding Rope usage and safety
Always consider zero tolerance for safety
Following parameters are important
- Always inspect your rope: any rope/cordage or steel cable can be failed if it is worn out.
- Make sure to visually inspect your rope/cordage before and after each and every use.
- You should always keep your cordage clean
- Always protect from making contact with abrasive surfaces, sharp edges, harsh chemicals and unnecessary prolonged exposure to sunlight
- It is very important to know and understand the rope’s specific strength to decide whether suitable for particular application or not.
- Ultimately it is responsibility of the end user to take all possible precautions when using rope
- It is entirely end user’s responsibility to have enough knowledge and complete understanding of proper techniques required for any specific rope application
rope specifications and working load limit(wll)
Breaking strength/tensile strength is determined by testing done on new cordage under laboratory conditions. It is recommended that never use the breaking or tensile strength listed for a rope as the working load limit. A safe WLL is determined by dividing the minimum breaking strength of a rope by an appropriate design factor or safety factor
For example, if design factor of 10 to 1 means
Any rope having minimum breaking strength of 20,000 lbs will have safe WLL of 2000lbs
You may get more information by consulting cordage institute’s international guide line on the safer use of fiber ropes.
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Please follow the instruction how to use, precisely. Do not over look it.
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