ND16000BD Jacketed Dyneema® Fiber Braided Rope
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Developed by Barry as an ultra-high strength wet and dry dielectric rope, ND16000BD is a 12-strand Dyneema® fiber (UHWMPE) braided rope with a unique airtight jacket.
With unequaled dielectric characteristics, this rope is an excellent choice for work in energized electrical environments and other critical applications.
Because it is impervious to water, dust and other contaminants, it is well suited for harsh environments. Its double layered extruded jacket serves as a wear and damage indicator.
Certified to ASTM F1701-12: passes all dry and wet electrical tests.
- Diameter: 16 mm (5/8”) (Other diameters available upon request)
- Break strength: 15 875 kg (35 000 lbs) - Results may vary depending on end terminations which can be spliced, swaged sleeves or mechanical terminations
- Linear Density: 6 kg/100 m (13.9 lbs/100 ft)
- Temperature: Remains flexible and does not crack at -40⁰C
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