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  • 3-Strand Superpro®
    Orion’s Sima extrusion process blends polypropylene and high modulus polyethylene resins to produce the co-polymer fiber used in making SuperPro® ropes. SuperPro® is 35% stronger and has many times the abrasion resistance of conventional polypropylene products, with low-elongation characteristics equivalent to pure polyester. Orion’s testing shows that SuperPro® significantly outperforms other “blended olefin” fibers that are extruded using processes other than Sima. SuperPro® co-polymer rope, available exclusively from Orion Ropeworks, offers the best performance-price value.
  • 8-Braid Superpro®
    Orion’s Sima extrusion process blends polypropylene and high modulus polyethylene resins to produce the co-polymer fiber used in making SuperPro® ropes. SuperPro® is 35% stronger and has many times the abrasion resistance of conventional polypropylene products, with low-elongation characteristics equivalent to pure polyester. Orion’s testing shows that SuperPro® significantly outperforms other “blended olefin” fibers that are extruded using processes other than Sima. SuperPro® co-polymer rope, available exclusively from Orion Ropeworks, offers the best performance-price value.
  • Cotton
    Natural fibre, typically white in color Eco friendly – biodegradable Soft fibre making it nice to handle with low stretch Holds knot well • Good UV resistance and performance in intense heat Susceptible to rot/mildew and chemical degradation Dry store only USES: butcher twine, Tying and bundling, mason lines, sash cords, blind cords, pet leads, […]
  • Cotton Sash Cord
    Sash cord is manufactured from a cotton/synthetic blend of fibers. Stays round under load.
  • Durastat
    Polyester double braid has slightly higher strength as compared to nylon, but there the similarity ends. Opposite to nylon, polyester has the lowest stretch of any conventional synthetic fiber. With low stretch, double braid polyester is ideal for controlled lifting and pulling applications such as use with winches, capstans, chives, block and tackle. Other benefits of double braid polyester include, limited creep, and high abrasion resistance.
  • Jute
    Natural fibre, typically golden in color Dyed green for use in gardening Eco friendly – biodegradable Short shiny fibre does not have much strength Holds knot well • Mainly used as a tying twine Excellent for use in gardening, as forms excellent organic substance in soil after decay Dry store only USES: gardening twine, recycling, […]
  • Polyester
    Polyester – A high density multifilament rope incorporating high tenacity white filament in a four stage, plied yarn construction. Among conventional synthetic ropes, polyester has the lowest stretch, best abrasion resistance, and good dielectric properties. Standard color is white.
  • Premium Polypropylene
    Polypropylene is the lightest and most economical synthetic rope, with approximately twice the tensile strength of manila. Polypropylene rope will not rot or mildew, is resistant to most chemicals and acids, floats in salt and fresh water, and can be stored wet.
  • Superpro®
    Orion’s Sima extrusion process blends polypropylene and high modulus polyethylene resins to produce the co-polymer fiber used in making SuperPro® ropes. SuperPro® is 35% stronger and has many times the abrasion resistance of conventional polypropylene products, with low-elongation characteristics equivalent to pure polyester. Orion’s testing shows that SuperPro® significantly outperforms other “blended olefin” fibers that are extruded using processes other than Sima. SuperPro® co-polymer rope, available exclusively from Orion Ropeworks, offers the best performance-price value.