The VGROPE

ROPE MAKER

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Our Factory Production Process

  Our Rope Production Process:
1. Raw materials prepare, high quality raw materials (yarn, raws, 100% new)
2. Ring twisting process: into rolls
3. Rope pre-weaving process: rope weaving process
4. Rope twisting process: twist them into strands
5. Rope braiding process: double braided, 3 strands, 8 strands, 12 strands, hollow braided
6. Heat cut or making eyes process
7. Packing process: standard or customized package
8. Testing process: test rope breaking load quality
9. Delivery

We provide different kinds of ropes and nets:

Mooring Rope/Anchor Rope/Hmpe Rope/Dock Line/Craft Rope/Indoor Outdoor ropes.

Container Net/Bungee Net/Hand-made Net/Machine-made Net

Welcome to contact us for samples and prices.

Synthetic Rope Market Analysis:

Ropes are made from synthetic fibers or materials produced from metals such as steel. The raw materials used for synthetic ropes are petrochemicals-based synthetic fibers such as polyethylene, polypropylene, polyester, nylon, Ultra-high-molecular-weight polyethylene UHMWPE, aramids, and specialty fibers. Synthetic ropes are widely used in crane applications, owing to properties such as high strength, high durability, high strength-to-weight ratio, and robust spooling capabilities.

The global synthetic rope market was valued at US$ 1,349.6 Million in 2021 in terms of revenue, exhibiting a CAGR of 5.9% during the forecast period (2022 to 2030).

Drivers

Synthetic ropes are made from fibers that are man-made textiles which are manufactured with the infusion of chemicals and are used as a substitute to natural fibers. Increasing demand for industrial rope have popularized the application of this product owing to the availability of synthetic fibers. These products are used in the pulley system in order to create a mechanical advantage to effectively spread the weight of loads. Therefore, these ropes are widely used in the construction industry to weigh down loads and materials. In addition, it is used for the transportation of items to different sites of working, such as scaffolding.

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