Sistema de choque de anclaje doble de tres hebras de 3/4" x 12', brida de línea de amortiguación de anclaje con grillete de acero inoxidable

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Sistema de amortiguación de anclaje doble de 3 hebras 100 % cuerda de nailon de 3/4 pulg. X 12 pies. (1 pie + 2 líneas de 11 pies cada una) con dedal de acero inoxidable y protector contra rozaduras;
Esta excelente cuerda trenzada de nailon 100% PREMIUM de 3 hilos es un material de cuerda marina deseable debido a su resistencia y durabilidad.
Fabricado con fibras de nailon 100 % fabricadas en Estados Unidos de alta resistencia a la tracción, resistente al ácido, al moho, a la putrefacción, al aceite y al gas.
Resistencia a la tracción mínima: 13800 lbs. basado en pruebas de acuerdo con los Métodos de prueba estándar para cuerdas de fibra del Cordage Institute y/o los Métodos estándar de prueba de cuerdas de fibra ASTM D-4268.

  • 100 % nailon de alta calidad.
  • Resistencia a la tracción mínima: 13800 lbs. basado en pruebas de acuerdo con los Métodos de prueba estándar para cuerdas de fibra del Cordage Institute y/o los Métodos estándar de prueba de cuerdas de fibra ASTM D-4268.
  • Dedal de acero inoxidable en el extremo de la boya. Ojales suaves empalmados profesionalmente (2) en el extremo del bote (12" cada uno)
  • Protector contra rozaduras negro o azul
  • Grillete de acero inoxidable de 1/2"
  • Abrasión, durabilidad, manejo, carga de impacto, resistente al moho y a la putrefacción.
  • Bueno para el tamaño del barco: 46 'a 59'
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