LIROS Braided Dockline, also known as Porto, LIROS article 0133, is by far the most popular choice for frequently handled mooring lines.
LIROS Braided Polyester Dockline (Porto)
Available from stock in Navy and Black from 10mm up to 24mm diameter - lines can be supplied as cut lengths or with the professional Jimmy Green spliced finish.
LIROS Braided Dockline Construction:
Cover: 20 plait 100% high tensile polyester with enhanced spiral twine
Core: Braided 100% high tensile polyester
LIROS have developed a unique advanced spiral-twine yarn construction for the initial strands of the outer cover, which are woven together to deliver remarkably enhanced wear resistance.
LIROS Braided Dockline Facts, Features and Plus Factors:
- High elasticity = >15% working load stretch
- High load capacity = reliable strength
- Super flexibility, retained throughout its working life
- Soft handling
- Firm and round in the hand
- Superb durability
- Balanced braiding
- Eminently throwable
- Excellent UV resistance
- Enhanced abrasion resistance
LIROS Break Loads: 10mm 2300kg ~ 12mm 2900kg ~ 14mm 3700kg ~ 16mm 4900kg ~ 18mm 5300kg - 20mm 6300kg ~ 24mm 9600kg
LIROS Manufacturing Prowess The LIROS manufacturing process for Dockline produces a balanced braid on braid construction with core and cover in synchronised tension.
LIROS Manufacturing = consistency second to none ~ meticulous attention to exacting standards ~ decades of experience ~ modern factory with state-of-the-art, computer-programmed twisting and braiding machinery.
The Jimmy Green Splicing and Rigging Service - The Jimmy Green Rigging Team recommend that you have the ends whipped or spliced to maintain the cover to core tension. This ensures the long-term performance of the warp.
The Jimmy Green Rigging Team can splice loops of any length and add anti-chafe webbing, hard eyes and whippings to suit all your needs.
The Jimmy Green Custom Build System Click on the boxes in the product to reveal your custom build options - Highlight your choice from the drop-down menus.
Custom Build Instructions for Mooring Warps and Strops with illustrations on how to measure