Samson AmSteel Blue Rope

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Description:

AmSteel-Blue is a torque-free 12-strand braid that, size-for-size, is as strong as steel but outlasts wire 3:1, making it an excellent wire rope replacement. At only 1/7th the weight of wire, it is a safe and efficient solution for all marine applications where wire is traditionally used. The combination of Dyneema fiber and Samthane coating provide abrasion and tension fatigue resistance for superior wear. AmSteel-Blue is easily spliced and inspected. AmSteel-Blue is recommended for split-drum winch applications. It is not recommended for use on H-bitts, capstans, or cleats if surging or rendering the rope is required. AmSteel-Blue has been verified by ABS according to MEG4, and is type approved by: ABS, BV, DNV, Lloyd's, and RMRS.

*Please note - 7/64" AmSteel-Blue is an 8 strand construction.

DIAMETERTENSILE STRENGTH (LBS)

7/64"1,600
1/8"2,500
3/16"5,400
1/4"8,600
5/16"13,700
3/8"19,600
7/16"23,900
1/2"34,000

9/16"

40,500

5/8"

52,800

3/4"

64,400

13/16"

82,000

7/8"

90,800

1"

109,000

 

AmSteel-Blue features:

  • Abrasion resistant
  • Easy to splice
  • Excellent wear characteristics
  • Extremely low stretch
  • Flexible
  • Floats
  • High strength
  • Highly flex-fatigue resistant
  • Lightweight
  • Maximum strength-to-weight ratio
  • Samthane coated
  • Similar elastic elongation to wire rope
  • Torque-free construction
  • Wire rope replacement

 Use AmSteel-Blue for:

  • ATV / Jeep Winch Lines
  • Working Winch Lines
  • Control Lines and Halyards
  • Davits
  • Emergency Tow Systems
  • General Working Lines / Vessel Mooring
  • Lifelines / lifting slings
  • Primary Mooring Lines / Non-jacketed
  • Pulling / Stringing Lines
  • Reef Lines
  • Running Back
  • Shield Hauler
  • Stage, Event, and Special Effects Rigging
  • Trapeze Line
  • Trawl or Bridle Lines
  • Tug Lines
  • Robotics projects