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Ocean Vectran 6mm

Ocean Vectran 6mm

Ocean Vectran 6mm



SOLD BY THE METER 6mm Ocean Vectran manufactured by Teufelberger in Austria. The Aramid/Polyester sheath is the same as that found on Ocean Polyester, but its Vectran load-bearing core provides Ocean Vectran with its fantastic strength of 2200kg (for a 6mm line). The sheath resists abrasion, is very 'grippy' and is heat resistant - perfect for all rope-on-rope situations. Teufelberger Ocean Vectran was the line initially used on rope tools like the CE Lanyard and the OV Loop with Thimble and is also available in various length pre-stitched loops.

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Product Code: 110-03003001

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  • Firm, consistent diameter 
  • Heat and abrasion resistant for long life
  • Excellent knot-holding capability
  • Great for making all manner of rope tools
Diameter 6 mm
Strength 22 kN
EN Certification EN 564
Cover Melt 249°C
Sheath Polyester
Core Vectran

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