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Armor-Prus Polyester 8mm

Armor-Prus Polyester 8mm

Armor-Prus Polyester 8mm



SOLD BY THE METER The Armor-Prus Poly friction cord features a polyester core that allows for splicing of e2e friction cords using a standard Class I splice. Its blended Technora® cover acts as a protective armour against melting and glazing. Technora® has exceptional heat resistance and dissipation properties, making it highly durable and reliable. Spliced e2es are less popular today due to the reduced 'active' section of the cord between the eyes - most climbers prefer Whiptail Sewn Terminations on e2es.

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Product Code: 110-01004001

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  • Blended Technora/Polyester cover to reduce glazing and melting
  • Approved for International Tree Climbing Competitions
  • All-Polyester core for easier splicing
  • Very low stretch
Diameter 8 mm
Strength 2300 kg
EN Certification NONE
Cover Melt 234°C
Sheath Polyester
Core Polyester

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