Yale produces parallel core rope for a variety of industrial and other uses.
Heavy-lift sling of Unitrex XS that has the durability and stiffness of a wire rope sling at a fraction of the weight.
TechEye2 and TechJoin2 are used for terminating or joining Yale's Unitrex XS parallel-core cables. TechEye3 and TechJoin3 are used for terminating or joining Yale's Uniline parallel-core cables.
An appropriately sized Tandem Stopper Assembly is the only recommended midspan termination technique for Unitrex.
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Uniline is a parallel-core cable of PET (polyester) filament. The Uniline core is bonded together with a rubber-based adhesive, wrapped with red rubber tape, over-braided with a tough polyester sleeve and entirely saturated with another rubber solution.
Unitrex XS Max Wear, Uniline's high-tech cousin, is a parallel-core rope of Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene (UHMWPE), wrapped with a neoprene tape and over-braided with a tough jacket of high-tenacity polyester. The result is a synthetic cable, somewhat stiffer than your usual rope, which is much like wire in its stretch characteristics.