|Diameter, mm||Minimum breaking load, kN||Weight, kg/100 m||Length||
|Diameter, mm||6||Minimum breaking load, kN||2.8||Weight, kg/100 m||2.9||Length||1 m|
|Diameter, mm||8||Minimum breaking load, kN||5.3||Weight, kg/100 m||5.4||Length||1 m|
|Diameter, mm||10||Minimum breaking load, kN||6.9||Weight, kg/100 m||6.8||Length||1 m|
|Diameter, mm||12||Minimum breaking load, kN||10.5||Weight, kg/100 m||10.5||Length||1 m|
|Diameter, mm||14||Minimum breaking load, kN||14.3||Weight, kg/100 m||14||Length||1 m|
|Diameter, mm||16||Minimum breaking load, kN||19.9||Weight, kg/100 m||19||Length||1 m|
|Diameter, mm||18||Minimum breaking load, kN||24||Weight, kg/100 m||22||Length||1 m|
|Diameter, mm||20||Minimum breaking load, kN||31.9||Weight, kg/100 m||27.5||Length||1 m|
|Diameter, mm||22||Minimum breaking load, kN||35.9||Weight, kg/100 m||33||Length||1 m|
|Diameter, mm||24||Minimum breaking load, kN||44.8||Weight, kg/100 m||40||Length||1 m|
|Diameter, mm||30||Minimum breaking load, kN||67.3||Weight, kg/100 m||62.5||Length||1 m|
|Diameter, mm||36||Minimum breaking load, kN||94.6||Weight, kg/100 m||89||Length||1 m|
|Diameter, mm||40||Minimum breaking load, kN||118||Weight, kg/100 m||110||Length||1 m|
Manila rope (manila) is a twisted article of processed fibers of abacus leaves. Abaca is a perennial textile banana growing in the tropics on the Philippine islands. Has a beautiful tawny color. Less than all natural ropes are prone to rot in seawater. Low specific gravity, the ability to quickly return the moisture received, a great bursting force-all these advantages put Manila hemp at one of the first places among the raw materials used in the production of ropes.
- decorative design of wooden houses
- in the Navy for the manufacture of storm traps, auxiliary ropes of cargo devices, flinging end, running rigging(rigging of a ship), etc.
- an outdoor decorating, design elements, etc. Has a specific odor, wich dissapears in a few weeks.
- when handling cargoes, where it is necessary to softly move the load.