Best Ropes for Commercial Fishing
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1M ago
The type of rope used in the commercial fishing operations that put the catch of the day on the menu at their favorite restaurant may not be of much interest to most people. But it is of the utmost importance to those who make their living and risk their lives in the commercial fishing industry.  ..read more
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A Vertical Lifeline Rope System Guide
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1M ago
Workplace falls from heights are a significant concern due to their frequency and the severe consequences they can have on workers’ health and safety, in fact falls are a leading cause of workplace fatalities. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2020 there were 1,008 fatalities in the construction industry, and 351 of them ..read more
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Guide to Rope Materials
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3M ago
Deciding which type of rope is best for a given use requires an understanding of the characteristics of the various materials used in making ropes. For centuries, rope was made of fibers from plants found in nature and easily cultivated—biodegradable and sustainable. Today, the rope market is dominated by synthetic ropes manufactured using man-made materials ..read more
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Best Ropes for the Agriculture Industry
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3M ago
Rope may not be the first thing that comes to mind when the average person hears the term “farm equipment.” But anyone with a little experience in agriculture understands the role that rope plays and how important it is to use the right rope for any given farm task. Choosing the best rope helps ensure ..read more
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Special Event Rigging for the Entertainment Industry
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6M ago
In the entertainment industry, rigging is typically classified as either theatrical rigging or special event rigging—rigging used in venues other than traditional theaters. Special events include concerts, festivals, trade shows, conventions, theater-in-the-round, outdoor events, and so on. Such events can take place just about anywhere—arenas, convention centers, concert halls, sporting venues, warehouses, hotel ballrooms, tents ..read more
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Rope Orders for Unique Industry Needs
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6M ago
To the uninitiated, “rope” is a fairly generic term, and one type of rope is as good as the next. However, some ropes are better than others for certain uses. Determining what specific type of rope is best suited to a particular use rests on understanding the needs of the task at hand and the ..read more
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2024 Innovations in Rope Technology
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6M ago
Technology never stands still for very long, and that certainly is true of rope technology. It’s come a long way in recent years, and the pace of progress continues to accelerate. Key trends that will continue to drive innovations in rope technology in 2024 and beyond include ..read more
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Guide to Rope in Theater and Entertainment
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9M ago
Great theater draws audiences into a story and holds their attention, enthralls them even through their own willing suspension of disbelief. We agree to set aside what our senses tell us and accept as reality what we see on stage. Sets and lighting help make that possible, and rope plays a vital role behind the ..read more
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Ropes Used in Construction
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10M ago
If there is a multi-purpose material to be found on nearly any construction job site, it’s rope. Rope has been around for thousands of years. It was used by the ancient Egyptians and the Mayas to move enormous stone blocks for the construction of pyramids and temples. It was also used as a construction material in early bridges and shelters throughout the world ..read more
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Rope Manufacturing Guide
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1y ago
Rope was one of the first tools invented by humans, and its production has been documented in history as far back as 7,000 years, making it one of America’s oldest industries ..read more
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