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These are bespoke webbing jackstays made to your individual measurements. If you require a pair, please ensure that you add two to your basket.
Webbing Jackstays, professionally finished with sewn loops to your measurements
Choice of 25mm high tenacity jackstay polyester webbing, manufactured in the UK.
Manufacturer break load 2100kg or 3000kg Custom Build Instructions
High tenacity 25mm polyester webbing is ideal for webbing jackstays.
High Tenacity polyester has excellent abrasion and UV resistance.
UK Manufacture, MBL = 2100kg
Available in Black, Blue, Red and Yellow.
Previously used in the manufacture of Bluewater and Seago EN1095 Safety Lines.
Alternatively you can select a stronger, slightly thicker webbing with the same width:
High tenacity 25mm polyester webbing
UK Manufacture, MBL = 3000kg
Available in Plain White
Jimmy Green Webbing Jackstays are produced in house by the Jimmy Green Sewing Team on a modern, automatic profile, industrial Ultra-Sew machine using a tested and proven stitch pattern so you can rely on their strength and durability.
N.B. Webbing has a degree of stretch even at low load.
The Production Process:
We sew one end, connect it to a shackle with a measuring tape attached, lay it out taut but not stretched along the floor/trough, measure it to identify the turn in the webbing that will make the bearing edge, sew the second end.
In this way we can produce jackstay lengths to the nearest centimetre i.e. to two decimal points.
However, we can only accept responsibility for the final measurement as follows:
< 5 metres accuracy overall to the nearest 25mm.
> 5 metres accuracy overall to 0.5% e.g. 6m metres = 30mm, 8 metres = 40mm, 10 metres = 50mm
The 25mm webbing will fit comfortably onto the pin of our Extra Wide Stainless Steel Shackles.
We suggest you subtract a proportional allowance from the overall length when using lanyards to secure a jackstay end to the deck fitting e.g. a 20cm - 30cm (8'' - 10") gap
Twisted sewn loop - pass the other end around e.g. a stanchion base and back through the twisted loop. This creates a 'cow hitch' finish that means the loop will sit comfortably on the deck fitting. You will need to estimate the length required to go around the deck fitting
The Twisted loop will have an inside length of 100mm when laid flat unless otherwise requested.
We are happy to advise but we cannot determine the extra length required to allow for the size of your deck fitting.
We will produce the finished length to your specification.
Our Lanyards are 2 metres x 5mm 3-strand pre-stretched polyester spliced onto a 60mm sewn loop. They are available in Blue, Red or White The centre section will indicate your choice of colour. All the left and right end photos will appear in blue. Don't worry, the order will be as per the description.
What are Jackstays ?
Jackstays lay along the deck for you to clip onto with your harness safety line.
They can be made from rope, wire or webbing.
Why Webbing ?
Webbing lies flat so is less obtrusive and is kinder to your deck.
Wire and rope may tend to move or roll under your feet.
Wire can be PVC coated to prevent any damage to your deck but this increases the diameter and therefore exacerbates the 'roll' problem.
Rope will need to be either more substantial in diameter or relatively 'high tech' in order to achieve the same breaking strain.
4mm 1 x 19 stainless steel wire, MBL = 1400kg
5mm 1 x 19 stainless steel wire, MBL = 2000kg
High Tenacity Polyester Jackstay Webbing, MBL = 2000kg or 3000kg
The majority of the jackstays we produce are from the 2000kg webbing but we also supply stronger webbing, MBL 3000kg
N.B. All wire termination, rope splicing and sewing marginally reduces the breaking strain of the finished product.
Where should Jackstays be fitted ?
There are two main considerations:
Measuring your Jackstays
Both wire and webbing jackstays should be fitted so that there is a degree of lift in the centre of the line before any significant load is applied.
The height of the lift should be proportional to the overall length of the jackstay.
Webbing that is fitted too loose will allow too much slack when a body weight load is applied.
Wire that is fitted too tight may cause excessive load on the end fittings when under load, due to a 'bowsing' effect.
A tight wire jackstay may also make it difficult to get the safety hook under the wire.
Measuring Points for Jackstays = the bearing edge:
All stitched loops including the twisted loop = the inside of the webbing loop that takes the load.
Extra wide shackle, ring and triangle = the inside of the stainless steel that takes the load
The bearing edge, measuring point is illustrated in the picture below
Selecting your fixing points
Jackstay strong points should be selected according to the principles listed above.
if there are no suitable fixing points in the right position you may need to fit our Jackstay U Bolts
Extra wide shackles make a strong and secure fastening at one end but it may be difficult to achieve the right degree of tension with shackles at both ends.
Lanyards at one end make the measuring, tensioning and fitting more straightforward.
Subtract approximately 200mm - 300mm from the overall length to facilitate the gap filled by the lanyard.
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