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Dynamic ropes also have a variety of uses. They are designed to be elastic, which makes them beneficial for a number of situations. These include rock climbing, ice climbing, and mountaineering. The stretching capabilities mean that the rope can react to any sudden shocks or falls quickly.

DYNAMIC ROPES

Anywhere you go – these ropes will not let you down.

A combination of good handling, abrasion resistance and outstanding energy absorption performance make SPUNK Dynamic Climbing Ropes ideal for climbing as well as safety and back up lines when abseiling or work positioning.

A dynamic rope is a specially constructed, somewhat elastic rope used primarily in rock climbing, ice climbing, and mountaineering. This stretch is what makes it dynamic, in contrast to a static rope that has very low elongation under load. Greater stretch allows a dynamic rope to absorb the energy of a sudden load such as from a fall more slowly, reducing the peak force and therefore the chance of catastrophic failure.The overall result is a lower maximum force, which greatly reduces the possibilities of a serious injury or fatality. Dynamic ropes are generally not used for descent since the elasticity can result in inconvenient bouncing.

DYNAMIC ROPES

Dynamic climbing ropes are classified into three categories: Single ropes, twin ropes, and half ropes (also referred to as ‘double ropes’).

  • Single ropes are designed to be used alone, and are by far the most common, and used for top-roping, sport climbing, and trad climbing.
  • Twin ropes are used by treating the pair of ropes as a single rope, clipping both ropes through the same carabiner at each piece of protection.
  • Half ropes are also used as a pair, but only one rope is clipped through each piece of protection- the climber alternates which rope is clipped through each piece. On wandering routes where protection is placed far apart on either side, half ropes can significantly reduce rope drag.
  • Both twin and half ropes have the advantage of redundancy, as well as allowing a rappel along the full length of the climbing rope (by tying both ropes together), so that climbers can descend from a long multi pitch route with fewer rappels than with a single rope.

Technical Specification

SPUNK 10 mm Dynamic Rope, EN 892 and UIAA 101

Construction:Kernmantle
Core Material:100% Polyamide
Sheath Material:100% Polyamide
Weight:67 gm/meter
Breaking strength without knots:25 kN
Breaking Strength with an overhand knot:17.5 kN
Sheath to Core ratio:42% : 58%
Knotability coefficient:0.9
Shrinkage:3.6%
Minimum number of factor one falls before breaking under 80 kg load:8
Impact Force with factor fall 0.3:5.2 kN
Sheath Slippage:0.4%

SPUNK 12 mm Dynamic Rope, EN 892 and UIAA 101

Construction:Kernmantle
Core Material:100% Polyamide
Sheath Material:100% Polyamide
Weight:90 gm/meter
Breaking strength without knots:32 kN
Breaking Strength with an overhand knot:19 kN
Sheath to Core ratio:44% : 56%
Knotability coefficient:0.9
Shrinkage:3.6%
Minimum number of factor one falls before breaking under 80 kg load:8
Impact Force with factor fall 0.3:5.6 kN
Sheath Slippage:0.7%

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Premium-Quality, Secure & Versatile Static Ropes

Spunk Ropes is a leading manufacturer and supplier of static climbing rope, designed to deliver a perfect blend of elongation, durability and performance. These are highly versatile in nature and can be used for a wide range of applications. Our low elongation ropes are an integral component of any work-at-height system, and ensure high standards of dependability across multiple industries.
What are the key features I should consider when buying a dynamic rope?

At Spunk Ropes, we use advanced technologies and rigorously test each dynamic kernmantle rope to offer cutting-edge features.

  • Whether you are looking for a mountain climbing dynamic rope or rock climbing rope dynamic, it should be lightweight. This will help you go long and pull hard
  • The core & sheath material, shrinkage, impact force, and minimum number of factor one falls should also be taken into consideration
  • Whether it is a mountaineering rope or an ice climbing rope, it should deliver high levels of durability, reliability and ease of handling
When should I buy a dynamic rope?

Dynamic ropes are somewhat elastic and elongated which make them most suitable for outdoor adventure activities such as mountaineering, ice climbing or rock climbing. Higher stretch enables the rope to better absorb a sudden load, such as from a fall. It minimizes the peak load, thus, preventing catastrophic accidents. However, high elasticity causes more bouncing and therefore, dynamic ropes are not ideal for smooth descents.

Should I consider a single rope, twin rope or a half rope?

Single ropes, as the name suggest, are used alone and lend protection in one straight line. Therefore, these are most suitable for sport routes, top-roping or trad climbing.

For multi-pitch routes, you can consider using the twin rope system. Herein, two twin ropes are used in a single rope system, i.e. both will go through each protection point.

A half or double rope system is often practiced with mountaineering, rock or ice climbing because it renders more safety. By tying two double ropes, you can seamlessly abseil the entire length of the rope.

Will my dynamic rope lose elasticity and strength if it gets wet?

Typically, nylon climbing ropes absorb water easily which can affect its durability and elasticity. However, at Spunk Ropes, our dynamic ropes are made of 100% nylon polyamide and then undergo advanced dry treatment process. This makes the ropes water repellent, adding to your safety while climbing or taking a fall.

What are the signs that I should retire my rope?

Using a damaged or old rope can be unsafe. Regularly inspect the rope and look for retiring signs like damaged sheath, thin spots, or heavy wear & tear due to too many falls or too fast rappels.

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