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TRAIL LINE 7,3 mm Dyneema
Hauling and abseiling cord.
Very light and very low stretch to facilitate hauling, and recovery of single rope abseils.
Warning : this an accessory cord which must not be used as a security rope. On abseils, it may be used as a pull-down line for an appropriately rigged single rope.
Weight : 30g/m Strength : 1050kg
STRONGS POINTS : • Very static.
• In 50 and 60 m lengths.
USES : Hauling and abseil cord.
A very lightweight split-ring which allows efficient storage of the rope at each belay. An end to ropes which tangle at the belay, or long buckles that catch on the rock or branches. Weight : 50g HD
The Dyneema which makes up the core of Trail Line and which makes it very low-stretch is extremely slippy.
That’s why in use sheath slippage may occur. This may be eliminated by cutting the excess sheath off the end of the rope.