Stability

Dana 10 Intervention

EN1891, type A

Rope in camouflage colour, designed to resist a descent speed double than a standard semi- static rope of the same diameter. It is produced without using aramids, so that there is no problem with the sun radiation.

It includes the Stability finish which guarantees the join between sheath and core and a better behaviour along its useful life.

It is not necessary to soak it before use as it is factory-shrunk.

FINISHES
DurabilityHigh resistance to abrasion and more pleasant to the touch.
StabilityComplete bonding of the sheath and core, developed in 2002, making that every part of the rope works at the same time. Elimination of the unpleasant “sock effect” and the slippage of the rope sheath.
Total DryThermochemical finish with fluorocarbon. Impermeable, absorbs less water, lasts longer and delays the freezing.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS SEMI-STATIC EN1891:1998

<p>Diameter</p>
<p>10mm</p>
<p>Weight per meter</p>
<p>68g</p>
<p>Core percentage</p>
<p>60,6%</p>
<p>Sheath percentage</p>
<p>39,4%</p>
<p>Sheath slippage</p>
<p>0%</p>
<p>Elongation</p>
<p>2,7%</p>
<p>Static resistance</p>
<p>2780daN</p>

Additional information

Rope Type

Semi-static Type A EN-1891

Finishes

Stability, Durability, Total Dry

Format

100m, 200m

Material

Polyamide

Highlighted feature

Stability