|Product Depth (in.)||10 in||Product Height (in.)||6 in|
|Product Length (ft.)||560 ft||Product Width (in.)||10 in|
|Rope Diameter (in.)||1/16 inch|
|Color Family||Whites||Fastener Type||Non-Wire Rope|
|Hardware Color Family||White||Material||Polyester|
|Package Quantity||1||Product Weight (lb.)||1 lb|
|Working Load Limit (lbs.)||57|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Product is warrantied for defective merchandise|
A: The diameter is .085" or slightly less than 3/32".
A: 3/332", as advertised.
A: This product is made in the US.
A: The break strength of the product is Break 57 lbs.
A: Good question. I see it specified as cotton or cotton/polyester blend or polyester at various places on the product page. After doing a few tests I believe it's a cotton/polyester blend. 1. Flame test -- Burns vigorously with considerable soot. This would be the polyester burning, cotton doesn't burn like this. After the flame subsides there is a glowing white ash, typical of cotton burning. 2. Oven test at 450deg -- The string comes out dark brown and springy and won't unwind. Probably from the polyester melting. I wouldn't use this to tie up a meat roast or meat rolled and sauteed. Use pure cotton instead.
A: This is cotton.