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Samson 16mm Twin Carrier Tenex Per Foot

Samson 16mm Twin Carrier Tenex Per Foot
Item #: 15550

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5/8-inch sling-grade Tenex for rigging slings and the like. 18,800 pound tensile

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Tenex-TEC is a high-strength, low-stretch rope specifically designed with two ends per carrier to allow higher production splicing for standard slings and Whoopie Slings. This construction also allows more rope surface conformance to objects being lifted than standard single braid constructions. It is Samthane coated to enhance its wear life. Sling-grade Tenex, 16mm diameter, 18,800 Tensile strength, 480º cover melt, ORANGE.

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Additional Information

Additional Information

Weight 0.10 lb.
Final Sale Item Yes
Brand Samson
Color Orange
Diameter 5/8 in (16 mm)
Length Per Foot
Strand Count 12 Strand
Material Polyester
Tensile Strength 18,800 lbs (83.6 kN)
Working Load Limit 1800 lbs ( 8 kN )
UPC Code 030213379440

Customer Reviews

Excelent rope at a reasonable price. Review by Jeff
Samson Tenex is a very high quality rope that splices easily. It is very tough and abrasion resistant. We use the colored Tenex for commercial use and the clear coated for consumer use. $.99/ft was a bargain. (Posted on 9/22/2018)
Easy to Splice Review by Will
Tenex TEC (twin end carrier) is my go to line when I need to make my own slings. Super easy to splice and one of the only lines you can make Whoopie Slings or Loopie Slings with. I used this to make a monster whoopie sling for my ISC Block because the last pine we blocked down was too fat for all my slings. My new sling has performed flawlessly and Sherrill gets my stuff to me quick. Thanks! (Posted on 5/17/2014)
useing this brand rope for roping out tree limbs is a great product Review by Charles Floyd
I use this rope to rope treelimbs out of the tree.i don't use pulleys i just use the crouch of the fork of the tree. I do have to say when i say limbs i mean limbs that are trees there self. This rope has to be the strongest and the most durable that there is (Posted on 4/24/2014)