NIKA-Siri® S12 COVERED are High Modulus / High-Performance ropes with excellent properties, ideal for the demanding shipping industry. They consist of a 12strand load-bearing core (highest quality UHMWPE fibers) and a protective braided jacket. This rope construction is firm, round, and torque-free.
APPLICATIONS: MOORING / TOW LINES / STS OPERATIONS (to be used with synthetic tails) / ANCHORING / OFFSHORE / YACHTING
The protective jacket offers very good abrasion resistance and gripping properties when used on winches, capstans, and other types of hardware.
These special jackets provide extra protection against abrasion, UV sunlight and environmental degradation. The jackets are repairable with the use of repair kit.
The 12strand core is treated with NikaThane-J coating and the unique Linear Structural Preformation (LSP) processes enhance the fiber’s superior characteristics and improve drastically the structural stability and the strength efficiency of the rope. Also, NikaThane-J coating improves the core-jacket interaction, minimizing the jacket slack during operation.
NIKA-Siri® S12 COVERED ropes are 7-8 times stronger than steel ropes and 3 times stronger than polyester (on a weight by weight comparison). When compared to wire ropes, NIKA-Siri® S12 COVERED ropes are stronger (for the same weight), lighter (making them easy and fast to handle), safer to use, and cost-saving (minimum maintenance needs, no greases, faster operating times).
NIKA-Siri® S12 COVERED ropes are an excellent wire-rope alternative and some of the reasons are the following:
NIKA-Siri® S12 COVERED ropes are produced according to ISO 10325-2009 and they comply with OCIMF’s latest regulations & recommendations for the safe mooring of the tanker-LPG-LNG vessels.
|NOM. Size (Circ.)||NOM. Size (Diameter)||Weight (+/- 10%)||LDBF (acc. MEG4)||MBL (acc. ISO 2307)|
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LDBF: Line Design Break Force
MBL: Minimum Breaking Load
weight tolerance is +/- 10% as per ISO 10325:2018
more sizes available upon request