Dyneema Guard Rail
Application: Guard rail
The Dyneema Guard Rail is the ultimate lightweight rope solution to replace your guard rail. The compact Dyneema® cover protects against abrasion and any wear and tear.
The Dyneema Guard Rail is the ultimate lightweight rope solution to replace your stainless steel handrail!
Make your Guard Rail light and strong with Dyneema. The Dyneema Guard Rail is the ultimate lightweight rope solution to replace your stainless steel guard rail. The Dyneema® SK78 core has hardly any stretch and is designed for static applications.
Is a Dyneema Guard Rail strong enough?
The Dyneema Guard Rail from Premiumropes is made of Dyneema® SK78. This ensures a very high breaking strength and minimal stretch. The compact Dyneema® cover protects even more against chafing caused by the stanchions. We do recommend regularly checking the Dyneema Guard Rail for wear and tear. If necessary, use handy Rope Relief for extra protection.
How do you attach a Dyneema Guard Rail?
We recommend attaching the Dyneema Guard Rail to the pulpit using a rope fork terminal. On the other side, a Low Friction Ring can be spliced into the line. You can then fasten and tension the Guard Rail by means of a lashing with a thin Dyneema Rope such as our DX Core 78 in 3 or 4mm.
Is it possible to use a tensioner with a Dyneema Guard Rail?
This is possible, but keep in mind that a new Dyneema Guard Rail stretches a bit in the beginning when it’s new. We therefore recommend attaching the Guard Rail with a lashing.
Are there special terminals for a Dyneema Guard Rail?
Is a Dyneema Guard Rail easy to splice?
Our Dyneema Guard Rail is a rope that is not very difficult to splice. However, it does take some practice and it is not the first splice you learn when you start with splicing ropes.The splicing can be done by means of the splices below.
Check our splicing book, website or free App for the right instructions. Of course, we can also provide all splices. Would you like help selecting the right Guard Rail? Just send us a whatsapp message or e-mail.
|Strength in kg
|Weight kg/100 m
|3 mm, 5 mm, 7 mm