Sterling Rope makes some of the most popular static ropes for climbing, rescue and work, including HTP Static and the new TriTech cut-resistant rope which makes incredibly durable fliplines.
Sterling's HTPT, (High Tenacity Polyester) ropes are 100% polyester and offer better overall durability and strength & extremely low stretch over mixed-fiber ropes. With such low stretch, HTP is a highly efficient rope for hauling, ascending, and high angle rescue situations. HTP ropes perform better in harsh environments. Great high-strength climbing or rescue line.
In the 3/8” (10mm) diameter, Sterling HTP has an average breaking strength of 5,980 lb and weighs 5.3 lb per 100’.
In the 7/16” (11mm) diameter, Sterling HTP has an average breaking strength of 7,660 lb and weighs 6.5 lb per 100’.
Sterling Rope's TriTech climbing line is a new 11mm rope with excellent durability and cut-resistance. The three-part construction of Technora sheath, Dyneema inner jacket, and nylon core gives this rope incredible abrasion-resistance and cut-resistance, making it ideal for it's primary purpose of cut-resistant lanyards. TriTech is strong, rugged, yet supple enough for easy positioning.
This rope is most popular for use in making cut-resistant fliplines and positioning lanyards.
In the 7/16” (11mm) diameter, Sterling TriTech has an average breaking strength of 8,325 lb and weighs 6 lb per 100’.