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LIROS Racer - 50 metre Hank Deal
N.B. normally supplied as a loose length of rope in a sack rather than in a hank making it much easier to deploy
LIROS ROPE STOWAGE BAGS are very handy onboard
Availability date: 23-11-2017
Liros Racer Dyneema (article 02001) - 50 metre Hank Deal
Regatta Racing Performance - hard wearing, very low stretch, high load capacity line engineered for competitive racing in exacting conditions.
Cover: specially engineered 32plait (6mm, 8mm 24plait) spin-dyed high tenacity polyester
Core: Braided Dyneema SK78 core, LIROS-Heat-Stretch-System, LIROS Coating System with a very thin extra traction layer -
N.B. Jimmy Green normally supply LIROS Racer as a plain full colour with no LIROS marker yarnLIROS Dynamic Plus Article 02004 Cruising Dyneema SK78
Diameters and Colours:
6mm, 8mm, 10mm, 12mm - Full Colour (no LIROS tracer yarn) Black, Blue, Red and Silver
14mm - Full Colour (no LIROS tracer yarn) Blue
LIROS Racer Plus Factors:
LIROS-Heat-Stretch-System - unique LIROS pre-stretching process, calibrated under exacting temperature and tension conditions, designed to minimise stretch and enhance performance.
LIROS Coating System - polyurethane impregnation process improves resistance to abrasion and protects against UV damage by up to 50%.
N.B. The inner traction layer is not load bearing and a certain amount is removed as part of the core dependent splice.
The LIROS manufacturing process produces a balanced braid on braid construction with consistency second to none.
LIROS Manufacturing: meticulous attention to exacting standards ~ decades of experience ~ modern factory with state of the art, computer programmed twisting and braiding machinery.
The Polyester cover can be permanently removed to produce a cover stripped Dyneema core only loop splice.
Snapshackles can then be retrofitted/changed over, attached using a simple a cow hitch - pass the loop through the eye of the shackle, over the top and back down to the rope end.