|Ref.||Ø mm||Colour||Break load||Weight/m|
|53221||14||White||3 600 kg||130 g|
|53222||16||White||4 800 kg||188 g|
|53223||18||White||6 100 kg||234 g|
|53224||20||White||8 000 kg||300 g|
|53225||24||White||11 500 kg||434 g|
|53226||14||Navy||3 600 kg||130 g|
|53227||16||Navy||4 800 kg||188 g|
|53228||18||Navy||6 100 kg||234 g|
|53230||24||Navy||11 500 kg||434 g|
|53231||14||Black||3600 kg||130 g|
|53232||16||Black||4 800 kg||188 g|
|53233||18||Black||6 100 kg||234 g|
|53234||20||Black||8 000 kg||300 g|
Technical documentation & diagrams
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Plastimo tips & tricks
Depending on knots and splicing, the breaking load may decrease by 20 to 50 %. Splice your ropes as often as you can, and thimble them especially if they are in contact with metallic parts.
To prolong your ropes lifetime and keep their mechanical characteristics, use mooring compensators to prevent abrasion and strain. During wintering, rinse out your ropes in fresh water and let them dry before stowing them.
A second anchoring is highly recommended to face strong gusts.