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Sterling Atlas Rigging Line 13.5mm

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Sterling Atlas Rigging Line 13.5mm
Item #: ATLAS
$602.99
Available in Blue or Yellow.

Availability: In Stock

$602.99

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Introducing Sterling Rope's new Atlas Rigging line. When you are removing trunk sections, your rigging system needs to be able to absorb large dynamic forces. That was the design mission behind our Atlas Rigging line. At Sterling, we've been engineering ropes to handle high kinetic energy loads for over two decades. Our 9/16(13.5mm) polyester sheath, nylon core construction offers a soft hand and easy knotability even on the burliest rigging jobs. Designed to work seamlessly with a Portawrap, capstan winch or rigging blocks, the Atlas delivers unmatched compatibility along with strength and durability. The Atlas is not spliceable, but can be ordered with a sewn eye termination for knotless rigging.
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Additional Information

Weight 13.00 lb.
Final Sale Item No
Brand Sterling
Diameter 9/16 in (13.5 mm)
Strand Count Double Braid
Tensile Strength 9,576 lbs(42.6 kN)
MPN AT135
Reviews

Customer Reviews

This is the best rigging rope outside the monster 1 inch. Better than any 1/2" rope. More dynamic than 3/4 or 5/8 Review by Osage Nut
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This rope is awesome for rigging and ok for climbing if you like a fatter feel rope in your hands.This is my second rope. I just wrecked my blue one dropping a large ash across it being redirected with a pulley for a 4x4 truck pull. I've roped huge long sections of oak over houses using natural crotches. After much abuse, barely any melting. My groundie is pro, and says it performs beautifully in the port-a-wrap. (Posted on 12/24/2016)
Jack of all rigging ropes Review by DS
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This rope is a favorite of mine for rigging. It's fairly light, has great knotability, and holds its color since it's solution dyed like climbing lines. Best of all, it's affordable. (Posted on 6/7/2016)