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Beal - Cobra II 8.6mm 50m GoldenDry Pair Deal

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Specification for the Beal Cobra II 8.6mm Goldendry

  • Pair Deal: 2 climbing ropes (different colours shipped)
  • Length: 50 metres x 2
  • Diameter: 8.6mm
  • Impact Force: 4.9kN
  • Weight per metre: 48g
  • No. of falls: 18 to 20
  • Dynamic Elongation: 35%
  • Static Elongation: 11.5%
  • Sheath Percentage: 39%
  • Sheath Slippage: 0mm
  • Dry Treatment: Goldendry - Sheath and Core

Solid and dependable, the Cobra II is Beal's workhorse half rope. It's high margin of safety is evident from the test results, with low impact forces and a huge number of test falls held. It even passes the sharp edge drop test. A DryCover treatment repels dirt and moisture and helps resist abrasion, ideal for UK conditions.

Please note: The Beal Cobra II 8.6mm Goldendry 50m comes in various contrasting colours.

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Beal GoldenDry

Every filament of the sheath and the core of GoldenDry ropes is treated with a water repellent chemical before the rope is manufactured. This chemical covering is polymerised at high temperature. The durability of this treatment is given by the polymerisation, but also because of the individual treatment of each filament before the rope is made. A GoldenDry rope is a rope with the core Dry treated, and a sheath of Dry Cover.

Key features:
  • Very limited weight gain in wet conditions
  • Prevents the rope thickening too much
  • Improved rope-running through karabiners and belay devices
  • Improved abrasion resistance in normal climbing use

Unicore

The UNICORE process bonds the sheath of the rope to the core. This prevents sheath slippage, but also helps to keep the structural integrity of the rope if it is cut or damaged.

Key features:
  • Sheath slippage is eliminated
  • Allows safe escape should the sheath be cut
  • Rope cutting is easy: no hot knife required
  • Improved rope-running through karabiners and belay devices
  • Reduction of shrinkage in water by more than 50%

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