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Samson Dynasorb II Rigging Line 1/2in

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Samson Dynasorb II Rigging Line 1/2in
Item #: DYNASII12
$149.99 - $524.99
What have we learned about energy absorption when it comes to dynamic activities that test the limits of ropes and wood? For one, we’ve learned that tensile strength alone is not all it’s cracked up to be. For example, no one needs to spell out the result of bungee jumping using high-strength cable instead of (significantly weaker) elastic rope.

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What have we learned about energy absorption when it comes to dynamic activities that test the limits of ropes and wood? For one, we’ve learned that tensile strength alone is not all it’s cracked up to be. For example, no one needs to spell out the result of bungee jumping using high-strength cable instead of (significantly weaker) elastic rope.

Although an extreme example, the physics are virtually identical when arresting other falling loads, including tree parts. No, not because the load shouldn’t be injured, rather to lessen forces capable of cracking an anchor point or snapping high-strength ropes. Not only are such shattering forces the inspiration for modern tree cabling systems like Cobra and TreeSave, but they are also the reason many arborists are choosing Dynasorb for wood-dropping activities, too.

Note: Tensile Strength is Average Break Strength with a splice.
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Weight 0.10 lb.
Final Sale Item No
Brand Samson
Color Blue
Diameter 1/2 in (13 mm)
Strand Count Double Braid
Elongation 2.10% at 10%
Material Nylon/Polyester
Tensile Strength 10,500 lbs ( 46.7 kN )
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This rope is terrible, I’ve milked over 10’ off of a 200’ length, several melted spots from rigging where other ropes would of been fine, and melted spots from tie in points from pulling (Posted on 9/12/2019)