Our products include utility rope for both telephone and electrical utilities. Yale’s philosophy of applications engineering has led to the creation of industrial rope products using the newest and best synthetic fibers available in the world.
Our proprietary machinery, some of which is built here on site at Yale, solves common problems people have when using traditional ropes in the field. Using it, we create ropes that can absorb high dynamic loads, be spliced to tight tolerances, and resist elongation in use.
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Hy-Dee Brait is an 8-strand bi-polymer rope with extraordinary dielectric properties. The rope is nubby, which provides excellent grip, and treated with a proprietary chemical mixture Yale calls Aralube-dielectric.
Maxibraid Plus is a double-braided rope constructed of an inner load-bearing core of Honeywell Spectra®. The polyester outer sleeve is slightly thicker than Ultrex Plus, which would provide more abrasion resistance in high-wear applications.
PE-12 has been re-engineered, boosting its strengths significantly. Using the same high-tenacity fiber we use in our value-packed Portland Braid, this polyester single braid offers a single-end-per-carrier construction, which keeps the rope from flattening out in service and self centers in sheaves beautifully.
Ultrex is a 12-strand single braid of Honeywell Spectra® fiber enhanced with Yale’s Maxijacket High Performance coating, which supplies superior abrasion resistance. Ultrex's braid angles and twist level are designed to optimize break strength and keep stretch low.
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 Honeywell Spectra®, 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.