Hardwearing Polypropylene Stranded Rope (L)30m

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5055059611207
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Great for camping, pulleys, winches and general uses, this stranded rope is 30m in length and is chemical resistant and mould resistant It's hardwearing to ensure a long life.

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Features and benefits

Knots easily, floats in water and retains shape when unknotted

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Technical specification of Hardwearing Polypropylene Stranded Rope (L)30m
Brand 4Trade
Colour Blue
Construction material Polypropylene
Length 30m
Diameter 8mm
Maximum load 130kg
Durability Hardwearing
Chemical resistant Chemical resistant
Mould resistant Mould resistant
Protection Resists rotting and abrasion
Model 65017

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