Rope Twine Cord Tying Products
Poly, Nylon, Cotton & Sisal Ropes
There are two types of fibers used in the construction of ropes and twines, natural and synthetic. The most common natural fibers used are manila, sisal, jute, and cotton, while synthetic fibers such as polypropylene, polyethylene, nylon, and polyester have become the most popular in todays market.
We serve many industries with their rope and twine tying needs.
Ship mooring line. heavy-duty mooring line is effective for a range of marine applications. Featuring good UV, excellent abrasion resistance as well as non-torque construction, these ropes are extremely strong, providing up to 240,000 pounds of tensile strength. Rope floats and has excellent resistance to rot, mildew, marine life and most common chemicals.
Fishing lines floating crab ropes, lobster, oyster, prawn, chafing ropes and purse lines.
Cotton escape cord is used for commercial and recreational fishing operations. Specially designed for use in crab traps and fish nets, the rope meets requirements from the Department of Fisheries that it be 100 percent pure cotton. Not only is our cord compliant, but its also biodegradable.
- Manilla Rope
- Sisal Rope
- Jute Rope
- Cotton Rope
- Polyproyplene and Polyethylene Ropes
- Polyester Rope
- Nylon Ropes
Download: Rope Twine Catalog
- Fishing Rope
- Marine Rope
- Ship mooring ropes
- Cords and braided ropes
- Heavy duty rope products
USDA FDA approved rayon meat twine for food service processing and packing.
Rope splicing and cutting tools. Rope measuring meters, clamps and splicing fids.