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This polyester webbing is resistant to rot, mold, mildew and abrasion. It's also highly resistant to shrinking and stretching. Made for outdoor use, this webbing is intended to reinforce the edges of shade sails and other shade structures. It can also be used for hiking straps, bag handles, reinforcement and tie downs, trampolines and more.
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.
Please Note: This webbing is certified for automotive use according to the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS 302). The webbing is made to specifications, however due to the weaving process the width can vary up to ± 5/64”.
Pro Tip: This webbing is usually sewn on the underside of the shade sail, away from long-term UV exposure.
- Good UV resistance and colorfastness
- Strong — good breaking strength
- Not much stretch
- Doesn't absorb much water
- Smooth to the hand
- 5-bar construction
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:||AATCC 16.3-2014, Opt 3:Xenon-Arc Fade Ometer, California Prop 65 Compliant , FMVSS 209, FMVSS 302, REACH (EC1907/2006) Compliant, RoHS Directive (2011/65/EU) Compliant, RoHS Directive (2011/65/EU) Compliant ref IEC 62321-8:2017|
|Breaking Strength:||6700 Lbs.|
|Roll Size:||300 Feet|
|Webbing Type:||Seat Belt|
|Webbing Use:||Bag Handles, Edge Fastener Reinforcement, Hammock Suspension, Hiking Straps, Reinforcements, Rigging, Safety Equipment, Sail Corners, Shade Sails, Tie Downs, Towing — small craft, Trampolines, Utility Work|
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