For special operations, the correct choice of rope type is the key to efficiently tie knots. In the process of handling disasters or emergencies, ropes and cables occupy an extremely important position in the entire rescue system. Almost every rescue requires ropes for auxiliary protection.
But you know what? Due to the different materials of the rope itself, some rope making process is very simple, and some may have to go through twisting, stranding, weaving and other processes. Each step of the whole process can be adjusted to a certain extent to improve the final characteristics of the rope. Let’s take a look at several common rope structures.
1. Three-strand rope
Among all the common rope structures, the three-strand rope is the most common one. Because of its simplest process and the most widely used, it is widely loved by most people.
2. Eight-strand rope
The eight-strand rope has a reasonable braided structure, scientific technology, high strength, abrasion resistance and damage resistance. At the same time, this structure enables the rope to resist kinking and work normally. Suitable for all types of deck machinery.
3. Twelve-strand rope
The twelve-strand is a high-strength torque balance rope formed by multiple braiding. It is easy to splice, and at the same time, the non-rotating rope is flexible, easy to coil, will not be kinked or tangled, and has a high strength-to-weight ratio.
Four. Double braided rope
Most double braided ropes contain two structures. The inner core can be eight-strand, twelve-strand or other structures, and the outer braid is a multi-strand braided structure. The double braided rope has a strong breaking force and can work well on dry, wet, new and worn decks.