The breaking strength of the rope will be lost after light. Although other properties such as abrasion resistance and flexibility will also be affected, it is not as significant as the breaking strength. The impact of light on the rope mainly depends on the light and time light intensity. The light intensity at low latitudes is stronger than that at high latitudes, and the lighting time is longer than that at high latitudes.
After the rope absorbs water, its diameter, circumference and mass increase, while its length decreases. The twist of the rope has a great influence on the performance of the rope after being immersed in water. For example, the fiber limit of the loose-twisted rope is smaller, and the increase in the circumference of the fiber expansion is larger than that of the tight-twisted rope. After a very loosely twisted rope absorbs water, its circumference increases The amount can reach 44%, while the same tightly twisted rope only increases by 10%-20%.
If a rope comes into contact with dangerous chemicals in solid, liquid or gas form, it should be flushed with water immediately. It should be noted that there are no dry chemicals on the rope, especially for plant fiber ropes. Chemicals can cause color changes and make the outer surface of the fiber hard and brittle. The local weakening or softening of the rope indicates that the rope is facing different degrees of damage, and complete damage can cause the rope to turn into foam.