Tiger Rope is a unique composite rope with a Nylon braided core covered with a braided polyester. This combo gives Tiger rope an extremely high tensile and forgiving elasticity. The durable cover makes Tiger rope a great value.
Available in 300′, 600′ and 1200′ lengths with spliced eyes on both ends. Longer lengths available.
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Buccaneer Tiger Cable Pulling Rope is a unique combination of nylon core with a polyester cover resulting in a strong and resilient rope especially adapted to the rigors of heavy conduit work. Each Tiger Cable Pulling rope come with a stitch reinforced eye spliced on each end. Tiger cable Pulling Rope is available in sizes ranging from 3/8 inch to 1 inch in diameter and in lengths of 300, 600, and 1200 feet. Tiger Cable Pulling Rope has proven has a record of strength and durability unsurpassed in the industry. With tensile strengths running from 5000 pounds up to 35000 pounds Tiger Cable Pulling rope can easily handle you next pulling challenge. A white rope, with a green tracer for easy identification, makes inspection quick and easy.
New Rope Tensile Strengths: New rope tensile strengths are based on tests in accordance with ASTM Test Method D-4268 on a new and unused rope in laboratory condition.
Working Loads: Working loads are for rope in good condition with approximate splices, in non-critical applications, under normal service conditions. Working loads should be exceeded only with expert knowledge of conditions and professional estimates of risk. Working loads should be reduced where life, limb, or valuable property are involved, or for exceptional service conditions such as shock loads, sustained loads, etc.
The Cordage Institute specifies that the Safe Working Load of rope shall be determined by dividing the Minimum Tensile Strength by the Safety Factor. Safety factors range from 5 to 12 for non-critical uses.