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This rope is best used indoors, it can be used outdoors but please don't allow it to become wet.

20mm Natural Sisal Rope On A Reel

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20mm Natural Sisal Rope On A Reel

Natural Sisal Rope

Natural Sisal Rope is a good strong traditional natural rope that is especially resistant to sunlight and stretches very little. It is ideal for use in the garden and being natural it complements planting and timber work. Also is used for cat scratching posts and parrot toys.

Natural Sisal rope is made from a hard natural fibre. It has excellent resistance to sunlight, little stretch and good knot-holding ability.

Ideal for use with pets and animals especially on cat scratching posts. Also used as a garden rope.

Colour is a light sandy colour.

Available On A Reel

6mm – 40mm Sisal Rope

PLEASE DO NOT ALLOW THIS ROPE TO BECOME WET BEFORE TREATING
If you are unable to treat this rope on receipt, store in a cool dry area until treatment is applied. Natural Sisal rope is an untreated natural product. If using for outside/decking projects, this rope must be treated prior to installation. A simple clear timber decking oil or preservative from DIY stores will suffice.
PLEASE BE AWARE that this rope will shrink in length and expand in girth when wet.
Please allow a minimum 15% extra to your measured lengths.
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Rope Specification

Natural Sisal

DIAMETERMAXIMUM LENGTH PER COILAPPROXIMATE WEIGHT PER COILAPPROXIMATE BREAKING LOAD
6mm220 Metres6kg263kg
8mm220 Metres11kg459kg
10mm220 Metres14kg707kg
12mm220 Metres23kg1006kg
14mm220 Metres30kg1357kg
16mm220 Metres41kg1754kg
18mm220 Metres48kg2203kg
20mm220 Metres60kg2703kg
24mm220 Metres88kg3856kg
28mm220 Metres117kg5202kg
32mm220 Metres154kg6732kg
36mm220 Metres195kg8456kg
40mm220 Metres214kg10404kg

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