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Sterling TVac 6.8mm

Sterling TVac 6.8mm

Sterling TVac 6.8mm



SOLD PER METER The 6.8 mm Sterling TVac cord, proudly made in the USA, is a specialized cord designed for demanding environments characterized by high heat and abrasion. This lightweight cord boasts a construction comprising a robust Technora® sheath and a sturdy nylon core, ensuring both strength and durability. With its small diameter and impressive strength, the 6.8 mm TVac cord is exceptionally well-suited for various applications, including haul line, tag line, or friction cord, making it a versatile choice for professionals needing reliable cordage in challenging situations.

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Product Code: 119-14001001

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  • Lightweight 6.8mm diameter, perfect for a friction hitch on 8-10mm cords. eg DMM Captain Hook progression
  • Features a Technora sheath and nylon core
  • Lightweight, optimized for high heat and abrasion environments
  • Knots and sewn terminations only
  • Proudly made in the USA
Diameter 6.8 mm
Construction Kernmantle
Cover Technora
Core Nylon
Static Strength 16.1 kN
Splice NO

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