New England Hi-Vee 2 Slaiced Eyes
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- Brand: New England
- Product Code: CNE0010-N-2
- Inc. Tax: £135.60
The Braided Safety Blue from TEUFELBERGER is the trendsetter among 16-strand climbing ropes. This rope for tree care is certified to the standards EN 1891A and ANSI Z133-2012.
Braided Safety Blue is equipped with a blue safety core of polyamide. This core is exposed only when the rope is seriously damaged or has worn down to the point where it must be discarded. The visibility of the blue core indicates that you should exchange the climbing rope.
Being 12.7mm in diameter, this climbing rope feels good in your hand, which will help you to work efficiently with the rope and to avoid hand fatigue.
- Proprietary “blue” safety core.
- Plied strand yarns for improved abrasion resistance.
- Coating with a protective finish improves durability and grip.
[slaice]® is a registered termination of TEUFELBERGER. This is a unique combination of splicing and stitching. [slaice]® offers its users several significant advantages over conventional splices or stitching:
The end of [slaice]® is about as flexible as a rope. Hence, it facilitates its installation in a cambium saver. The termination adapts perfectly to the rings and thus defines the direction of the pull. The lower pulling force makes the installation easier, as there will be no leverage effect caused by a stiffer splice.
In the case of [slaice]®, a thickened portion which normally occurs on spliced ropes is practically non-existent. The design of this innovative termination hardly exceeds the rope‘s diameter. The seam is made using TEUFELBERGER‘s standard [tnt] resin-based seam protector technology. The result of all these components is an easier handling of the termination.
The seam of [slaice]® is only 42 mm long, however, it still meets the requirements of EN 1891:1998 A. The length from the loop to the seam is approx. 100 mm. This results in a total length of approx. 142 mm. Compared to a conventional splice, this termination is several times shorter.
The [slaice]® technology helps achieve a weight reduction, as the amount of material is reduced compared to a conventional splice. This, in turn, contributes toward enhancing the safety for the work in trees.