Cortland 2" x 30' Recovery Rope, 277 Metric Ton
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When heavy equipment becomes stuck, mine productivity goes down. Recovering the disabled vehicle can be a difficult and hazardous process. Steel wire rope or chain tow lines are heavy, inflexible and difficult to handle and rig. When these lines break, they can recoil in dangerous patterns to personnel and machinery.
Cortland’s recovery and tow cables are fabricated using lightweight high modulus synthetic fibers that are braided in a torque-balanced design; unlike wire rope they cannot kink or “bird-cage”. These synthetic rope cables offer equal or greater strength than wire rope
in a diameter size comparison. They offer the same elongation characteristics as wire rope, at only 1/7th the weight. Quickly attached to recovery or towing equipment, wheeled or tracked vehicles, these cables can easily meet the toughest tests and have been popular in mining for more than 25 years.
- 610,335 lb breaking strength
- 36" eye spliced on each end
- Recommended for Cat 770-780 series trucks and D9 Dozers
- Provides sequential break if overloaded or cut - significantly reducing cable "snap" or "lash-back". The only rope that uses exact US Military specs for splicing and coatings
- Lightweight flexibility reduces handling issues and speeds rigging time
- High visibility orange color
- Strength of wire rope without the weight
- Durable fabrication with chafe gear proven to work in the roughest conditions
- Rope material is not affected by water and offers excellent UV resistance
- Manufactured in the USA using quality certified fibers and fabrications