Jimmy Green Fender Lanyard Navy

Jimmy Green Fender Lanyards

Select by rope diameter, colour and finished length

Top quality LIROS 3 strand polyester

White, Navy or Black

Spliced in house by the Jimmy Green Rigging Team

Simple, detachable method for attaching ropes to your fenders

£ 2.95 inc VAT

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Top quality LIROS 3 strand polyester, White, Navy or Black, spliced and finished by the Jimmy Green Rigging Team.

If you prefer the flexibility of attaching / detaching your fenders and fender ropes, Jimmy Green fender lanyards offer a simple method of fitting spliced ropes to your fenders:

Pass the loop through the eye of the fender, then pass the heat sealed end through the loop and pull tight.
The long loop sits neatly around the eye of the fender.
Each Jimmy Green fender lanyard is spliced and finished in house to our exacting standard.
Each lanyard is finished with a long loop spliced in one end with a neat heat sealing at the other end.

All Jimmy Green Fender Lanyards are measured, cut, spliced and heat sealed in house from Top Quality LIROS 3 Strand Polyester by the Jimmy Green Rigging Team.

Available in Black, Navy or White


Jimmy Green Advisory:

 
Apply a whipping or heat shrink/tape to the heat sealed end to protect the integrity of the twisted rope lay.

Cockling (unravelling against the lay of the rope)

Cockling occurs when a 3 strand rope is forced to rotate against the direction of the twisted lay, opening up the strands until they distort into 'ears'

This may seem unlikely, but it can happen with 3 strand fender lanyards where your fenders are subjected to persistent rotation caused by the continual movement between the topsides and the pontoon or adjacent yacht.
Acute and persistent cockling can eventually progess to the unravelling of a perfectly constructed 3 Strand Splice.

Cockling can be avoided by selecting BRAID ON BRAID FENDER LANYARDS

You can sample the cockling effect with a soft piece of small diameter 3 strand rope - Twist it tighter and and the rope construction tightens - Twist it the other way and the strands will soon deform and the rope will go completely out of shape, compromising the performance of the line, with the distinct possibility of failure through rupture.





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