Dynamic Types: It is a dynamic structure that can stretch under load. They produce thousands of fine fibers by winding them together.
The standard applicable for general use is ropes that can stretch 6-7%. They are approximately 50-60m long and 8-11mm in diameter according to usage area and duty.
Static Ropes: Resistant thick ropes that are not / or are not limited ro ) strectching. They are usually white in color. Not used for climbing. Descent, rescue, artificial climbing cases are preferred. It can be found in rollers up to 200 m.
It´s very simple, we shouldn´t step on our ropes because dust and stone particles will enter the nylon part of the rope, which will weaken our ropes and reduce its durabilty even if it doesn´t cause visible damage.
It can also be damaged by excessive use of the ropes, excessive friction, and a sharp edge.
When our ropes get wet, we should first dry them in an environment away from sunlight and chemical effects and remove them to our warehouse.
We should also wash our string to remove dust and dirt from the outer coat of the rope.
Warm water and soap may be used but should not be used. We can also wash our ropes in washing malinese. After rinsing, we should rinse at least one more time and we should dry it up in a proper environment.
Also frequently used ropes should be replaced after a period of one year.
Shelf life of the ropes used is 4 years.
The rope should be replaced if the ropes are too big to fall. A rope can lift 4 or 5 large shocks bu it should not be trusted too much for the post.
And don´t forget to solve all the nodes while storing your ropes.
Recovery ropes should be protected during storage. Consideration should be given to maintaining nylon threads;
Do not leave in sunlight.
Keep away from chemicals such as acids ( eg battery acid, bleach, acid vaports, etc.) Do not place the rope where batteries, gasoline, gas, etc. are stored. Contact the manufacturer if you are unsure of any substance to rope.
Remove dirt and sand. Over time they damage the rope. Keep the rope clean and dry.
Deep away from high temperatures. Stove etc. Do not store near places.
Follow the recommendations of the rope manufacturers about the use, control and storage of the rope. A rescue team must continuously check the ropes before and after the recovery.