Whipping Twine & Mini Spools

Protect rope ends from fraying using whipping twine or melting
Rope ends should be tied off with whipping twine to protect them from fraying. For a simple, flat whipping knot, whipping twine (braided and waxed yarn) is used. The length a whipping knot should be at least the same as the rope diameter. A flat whipping knot doesn't increase the rope end much, so the ends can continue to run freely through thimbles or blocks. Learn more about Whipping Twine & Mini Spools...

Rope ends made of synthetic fibre are usually not tied off with a whipping knot, but by melting with a special rigging heat-cutter (SVB no. 12015), by dipping into liquid rope whipping (STAR BRITE Dip-it Whip-it SVB no. 61140), with self-welding tape or with heat shrink tubing (GLEISTEIN Heat Shrink Tubing SVB no. 55053).

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David B. on 05.05.2020

zeer te Vreden van jullie diensten top

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Ben S. on 24.02.2020

Zoals altijd heeft ook deze keer SVB goede kwaliteit producten tegen een redelijke prijs geleverd. Ook de verzendkosten blijven binnen de perken. Ook als er wat mis gaat is SVB steeds met een oplossing. Zonder meer aanbevelingswaardig.

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Ben S. on 13.11.2019

No comments. Excellent as usual.

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