Ropes are manufacture traditionally from natural fibers like Jute, sisal etc. Synthetics Ropes are made from Nylon, Polypropylene, HDPE and Polyester resin.
Polymer in the form of chips is melt & extruded using extruders & electrical heaters. It is spun in the form of filaments & wound on the spools. Colorants are added at the extrusion stage to give the filaments the desired color. Filaments produced as per above are then twisted on ring twister giving it a preliminary twist. Twisted spools are then fed to rope making machines to produce ropes of desired diameter. Ropes are the packed into coil form, with 100 m or 200 m. using coiling machines.
Colors that are greatly used in the market are – blue, green, yellow, orange, red, white, brown and black. Ropes are produced as per market requirement with 3, 4 or 8 strands with sizes varying from 4mm to 40mm.
Ropes are used in various industries like Fishing, Shipping, Oil, Agricultural, Construction, Marine, Telecommunication industries and also have house hold applications.
Ropes manufacturing process is hazards free & does not cause harm to environment.
This product is highly coveted in the market owing to its long lastingness, light weight, high breaking strength, good shock energy and minimum elongation. In addition to this, it is highly resistive to heat and very flexible and chemically inert.