Outdoor Nylon Climbing Dynamic Safety Mountaineering Rope
Dynamic rope is the core of the entire climbing protection system. The UIAA standard power rope design standard: a 80KG climber falls off when the fall coefficient is 2, and the impact force on himself does not exceed 12KN (the force limit of the human body, the human body can withstand the impact force of 12KN in a short time on the experimental surface), and the realization of this purpose is accomplished by the elasticity of the main rope. The power rope like a bungee rope can absorb sudden impulses. All other gear is designed around this premise. A long rope can stretch longer and absorb more energy, which is why a 4-meter drop and a 20-meter drop with the same crash coefficient will have the same impact force (when the crash coefficient is 2, the force is about 9 KN).
The dynamic rope is also the main rope in bungee jumping. The long rope can be extended longer and absorb more energy, while the rope cover and flat belt of the static rope are not malleable. If it falls, it will not only make the slings, seat belts, iron locks and other equipment ineffective, but also may bring the risk of waist fracture to the person who falls off. Power ropes are generally used for rock climbing protection. The power ropes are elastic and can extend longer, absorb more energy, and provide better protection for fallers. Static ropes are generally used for high-speed descents or slinging over streams. Also used for caving and rescue. Static ropes are as inflexible as steel bars. If they are used for rock climbing protection, they will directly fracture the waist of those who fall off.
Name: Dynamic Ropes
Single package size: customized
Specification:10.5mm, 10.7mm, 11mm,11.5mm
Application:Power ropes are mainly used in mountain climbing, camping, downhill, rescue, extreme sports, etc.
Certificate: CE1019 ,CE0082
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