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    Sterling 22454 RIT Climbing Rope, Nylon/Aramid, 5/16" D, 24 Strand, 5,418 lbs., per Foot

    By Sterling | Mfr#: 22454 | Tiger#: TS94129

    Highlights

    • Used for SRS & MRS Climbing Procedures
    • Made from RIT 500 Cord w/ Twaron Aramid Outer Sheath & Nylon Core
    • High-Strength, Heat-Resistant & Flexible
    • Standard Diameter: 5/16" (8mm)
    • Tensile Strength: 5,418lbs.
    • Meets ANSI Z133 Requirements
    • Sold per Foot
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    Overview for Sterling 22454 RIT Climbing Rope, Nylon/Aramid, 5/16" D, 24 Strand, 5,418 lbs., per Foot

    The Sterling RIT Climbing Rope is a 24-strand line used by arborists and tree professionals for SRS and MRS climbing applications. It has a unique ability to absorb dynamic forces, and offers a spliceable property that works well with other climbing equipment. Abrasion resistant, and has great knot holding capability, this climbing rope is a versatile, tough, and durable product that tree professionals love. It is sold per foot depending on the needs of the user.

    High-Quality & Durable: This Sterling rope is made from heat-resistant RIT 500 cord, with a tight and firm Twaron Aramid outer sheath, making it highly durable and non-glazing, and a nylon core for enhanced flexibility and ease in handling. It has a standard diameter of 5/16" (8mm)  which allows an easy and comfortable handling for the user, and has lightweight and flexible overall features. This climbing rope has a value of 5,418lbs for its tensile strength which indicates that the rope could take multiple falls and can be used for heavy loads, and meets the standard requirements (ANSI Z133) for effective climbing ropes.