Twisted Nylon Rope (1699138699354)
Twisted Nylon Rope (1699138699354)
Twisted Nylon Rope (1699138699354)
Twisted Nylon Rope (1699138699354)
Twisted Nylon Rope (1699138699354)
Twisted Nylon Rope (1699138699354)
Twisted Nylon Rope (1699138699354)
Twisted Nylon Rope (1699138699354)

Twisted Nylon Rope

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The Strongest, Most Versatile Twisted Nylon Rope and Cord

Nylon rope is the rope of choice for superior abrasion resistance and a medium stretch. This high tenacity nylon rope will suit your lifting, pulling, and towing needs. It is also stronger than both Manila and Polypropylene. Use nylon rope for mooring lines, fall-protection systems, towing lines, gardening, camping, DIY projects, crafting, and much more.

This smooth, 3 strand Nylon rope is superior to other fibrous ropes for outdoor use with greater strength and better UV resistance. Nylon won’t rot or mildew and is designed for use in extreme temperatures. It is chemical resistant, oil and gas resistant, moisture, weather, and tear-resistant. Avoid using a knot; splicing is preferable. Knots reduce the strength of the rope up to 50%. Splicing adds thimbles for attaching the rope to shackles and anchors when used in boating, fishing, mooring, tow lines, and general marine use. 

Unlike commercial-grade nylon rope, these ropes pass internationally acclaimed quality tests. As a proud supplier to the US government and military, Ravenox is pleased to offer this rope to Do-It-Yourselfers and everyday shoppers. Nylon ropes are very flexible, soft to the touch, have a silky feel, and are easy on your hands. These ropes stay firm and round over pulleys, yet flexible with high abrasion resistance.

Ravenox nylon ropes have superior abrasion resistance, are lightweight, and perfect for heavy-duty applications, large and small. Stronger than Polyester, Manila, and Polypropylene, this high tenacity nylon rope will suit your lifting, pulling, towing, securing, and tie-down needs. Use it for mooring lines, fall-protection systems, towing lines, gardening, camping, DIY projects, crafting, and more. The twisted nylon rope is great for nautical design work.

Check out our blog post on different techniques to dye your rope for design projects.

Ravenox rope meets the rigorous manufacturing and testing procedures set forth by the American Cordage Institute and we are proud to be 1 of only 27 manufacturers in the world that helps set the standards in rope manufacturing.

**Warnings in Specifications


 Diameter Metric Tensile Strength Working Load*
1/4-inch 6mm 1,490 lbs.  223-372 lbs. 
3/8-inch 9.5mm 3,340 lbs. 501-835 lbs. 
1/2-inch 13mm 5,750 lbs.  862-1,437 lbs. 
5/8-inch 16mm 9,350 lbs.  1,402-2,337 lbs. 
3/4-inch 19mm 12,800 lbs.  1,902-3,200 lbs. 
1-inch 25mm 22,600 lbs.  3,390-5,650 lbs. 
1 1/4-inch N/A 37,500 lbs. 5,625-9,375 lbs.
1 1/2-inch N/A 53,000 lbs.  7,950-13,250 lbs. 
2-inch N/A 92,000 lbs. 13,800-23,000 lbs. 
*The safe working load for most kinds of rope is between 15% and 25% of the tensile strength.

WARNING: Knots reduce the strength of the rope up to 50%, splicing is preferable. Chemicals will cause it to deteriorate. Do not use this product for overhead lifting, support of human weight or athletic equipment, or other situations where personal safety or valuable property can be endangered.

The working loads shown should never be exceeded. Shock (stress or jerk) conditions can reduce working loads by as much as 33%. Never stand in line with rope under tension; such rope, particularly nylon rope, may recoil (snapback).

Never use this product to secure large flat surfaces or objects. All ropes should be replaced if signs of wear, such as broken fibers are apparent. Misuse can result in serious injury or death.