Nylon Rope has twice the strength of Manila rope. It has high elongation (under load) when compared to other synthetic ropes. Nylon has high energy absorption under shock and good abrasion resistance. When combined, these characteristics make nylon rope the best in handing compared to other synthetics. It is utilized extensively in marine use such as mooring lines, towing slings, commercial fishing, utility rope, leisure boating, and sailing etc.
The load bearing component of PMP is made of marine finished polyester which shows high abrasion resistance and high tenacity as compared to conventional polyester. In addition, the elastic modulus of the PMP rope is higher than other polyester ropes of similar material and rope construction.
PMP rope consists of a load bearing core, sand & mud barrier and protective jacket. The load bearing core is torque-neutral and is comprised of a 12 strand braided rope. The thickness and material of protective jacket can be changed for specific applications. The barrier effectively blocks sand & mud, to insure a longer service life.