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Synthetic Rope Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial synthetic rope manufacturers and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source synthetic rope manufacturers with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These synthetic rope companies can design, engineer and manufacture synthetic ropes to your specifications and application needs. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these synthetic rope manufacturers and suppliers. Each company has detailed profile information, locations, phone number, website links, product videos and product information defined. Read customer reviews and product specific news articles. We are the right resource for your information requirement whether it’s for a manufacturer of nylon cord, polyester rope, or polypropylene rope.

  • Sellersville, PA 888-218-6366

    Across the world, CSR Incorporated is a trusted source for exceptional quality rope products. Our synthetic ropes are offered in a wide range of fiber material. Each with specific use and function, customizable rope options include: Kevlar®, Vectran®, Nomex®, Teflon®, Spectra®, Twaron®, Technora®, and Zylon®. We offer special finishes to ensure the longevity of each rope product. Please contact us today for more information or to place an order.

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  • Santa Ana, CA 888-860-7673

    As a rope manufacturer, you can expect excellent braided ropes (double braid, single braid, solid braid), 8-plait, 12-strand, kernmantle, Kevlar® rope, polypropylene rope and nylon rope too. We also make rope from polyester, Spectra®, Technora® and Vectran®. Pelican Rope is ISO 9001:2000 certified.

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  • Scottsboro, AL 800-358-7673

    Twisted, double-braided in nylon or polyester, for climbing or pulling – whatever it is you need, Buccaneer Rope Company can make the difference. Since 1975, we’ve been designing, manufacturing & distributing quality rope products for the marine, industrial, electrical, arborist and government markets. If you need versatile, high-quality rope products for demanding applications, call us today!

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  • Avenel, NJ 732-574-0700

    Atlantic Cordage, family owned and operated for over fifty years, offers fast, convenient service with the experience you can trust. We have an extensive inventory of high quality ropes to serve a variety of industries and applications. We are confident we can meet your requirements and exceed your expectations. Visit us online for more detailed information or to request a quote.

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  • Miami, FL 305-592-3750

    Sunshine Cordage manufactures and distributes synthetic rope. Our product consists of stranded rope available in 3, 8, & 12; solid braided and double braided rope, mooring lines, specialty rope and twines available in polypropylene and polyester. We offer ropes in many materials such as nylon, polyethylene, and manila. Sunshine’s ropes serve many applications and industries including agriculture, marine, industrial, mining, fishing, military, and general purpose. Call us today.

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Synthetic Rope

Synthetic rope is a durable type of rope that is made from high molecular polyethylene material. This material is coated with a urethane coating to protect the rope from chemicals and ultra violet damage. Some synthetic ropes are fitted with sliding sleeves to prevent wear and abrasion while they are being wound up in a winch or pulley. The main advantage of synthetic rope over steel rope or cable is that it is extremely light and easy to handle. Steel rope develops sharp burs over time which can make it difficult to handle, and when it is wrapped up it can add a lot of extra weight to a utility vehicle.

Synthetic rope has uses in many industries. Because it is so strong, it can be used for towing vehicles of all sizes. A heavy duty synthetic rope is capable of pulling the weight of large construction equipment. Many people who drive trucks or SUVs for work or recreational purposes have a winch on the front of their vehicle. A winch is motorized and it can be unraveled and hooked to a stationary object like a tree to pull the vehicle out of mud, or it can even be attached to another vehicle to pull it. The problem with steel cable on the winch is that it tends to add a lot of weight, and this is especially inconvenient when the winch is mounted on the front of the vehicle. Synthetic rope is the perfect solution because it accomplishes the same task without adding unnecessary weight. Although the rope is strong, it should still be checked for signs of fraying and it may weaken after too much exposure to moisture. This all depends on the quality of the coating that was applied to the rope to protect it.

Various commercial marine activities also make use of synthetic rope for salvage, boat towing and even docking. Synthetic rope can easily be stored away on board until it is needed. Because it is so easy to handle, fewer crew members are required and tying up a boat is much faster. In commercial marine settings, large winches similar to vehicle winches are often used to move cargo or boats, and synthetic rope can easily be used with these mechanisms.

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