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Heavy Duty Polypropylene Webbing can be used for a variety of utility and accessory applications. Choose polypropylene webbing for bag handles and backpack straps, pet collars, leashes and harnesses, luggage straps and any other uses for a lightweight webbing. Polypropylene webbing does not have a high UV resistance, so it's not recommended for permanent outdoor applications. Polypropylene webbing is often used for sail ties, but will only last a season or two.
All Sailrite® webbing features a catch cord. A catch cord is a yarn which binds the "knitted" needle edge of webbing woven on a needle loom. The catch cord prevents the fill yarn from unraveling at the cut end. Cutting webbing with a hotknife is still highly recommended.
Polypropylene webbing is not intended for weight- or load-bearing applications. If you need a webbing with high tensile strength and abrasion resistance, choose heavy duty polyester or nylon webbing.
Please Note: The webbing is made to specifications, however due to the weaving process the width can vary up to ± 1/32”.
- Lightweight compared to other heavy duty webbings
- Not much stretch
- Floats in water
- Absorbs least amount of water
- Slick to the hand
Note: Long lengths of webbing may contain a webbing splice and may not consist of one continuous length. Sailrite cannot guarantee one continuous length in large webbing orders.
|Certifications:||California Prop 65 Compliant , REACH (EC1907/2006) Compliant, RoHS Directive (2011/65/EU) Compliant, RoHS Directive (2011/65/EU) Compliant ref IEC 62321-8:2017|
|Breaking Strength:||1,025 Lbs.|
|Roll Size:||300 Feet|
|Webbing Use:||Bag Handles, Crafts, Luggage Straps, Pet Accessories, Sail Ties, Utility Work|
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Heavy Duty Polypropylene Webbing
This webbing will be great for my project.