Natural Fibre Rope

Our traditional organic fibre ropes are environmentally friendly products of nature made of renewable resources. The yarns are made from hemp fibres (cannabis) or Manila hemp (abaca). Hemp is one of the oldest cultivated plants in the world. The hemp fibres are extracted from the stems of the commercial hemp plants and processed into yarns and finally into ropes. Among natural fibre ropes, hemp ropes have the highest breaking load. Also, they are abrasion resistant and fit the hand nicely. Contrary to its name, Manila hemp does not belong to the hemp plants. It is … Read more
Our traditional organic fibre ropes are environmentally friendly products of nature made of renewable resources. The yarns are made from hemp fibres (cannabis) or Manila hemp (abaca). Hemp is one... read more »
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Natural Fibre Rope
Our traditional organic fibre ropes are environmentally friendly products of nature made of renewable resources. The yarns are made from hemp fibres (cannabis) or Manila hemp (abaca). Hemp is one of the oldest cultivated plants in the world. The hemp fibres are extracted from the stems of the commercial hemp plants and processed into yarns and finally into ropes. Among natural fibre ropes, hemp ropes have the highest breaking load. Also, they are abrasion resistant and fit the hand nicely. Contrary to its name, Manila hemp does not belong to the hemp plants. It is …

… a fibre plant from the family of banana plants native to East Asia. The name Manila hemp refers to the capital of the Philippines being the traditionally most important place of export. In further processing, the raw material was mainly used to make ship hawsers. Manila ropes are considered light, smooth and resistant to saltwater. Compared to synthetic fibre ropes, both types of rope are susceptible to weathering. For this reason, they are mostly used indoors. Our traditional organic fibre ropes are environmentally friendly products of nature made of renewable resources. The yarns are made from hemp fibres (cannabis) or Manila hemp (abaca). Hemp is one of the oldest cultivated plants in the world. The hemp fibres are extracted from the stems of the commercial hemp plants and processed into yarns and finally into ropes. Among natural fibre ropes, hemp ropes have the highest breaking load. Also, they are abrasion resistant and fit the hand nicely. Contrary to its name, Manila hemp does not belong to the hemp plants. It is a fibre plant from the family of banana plants native to East Asia. The name Manila hemp refers to the capital of the Philippines being the traditionally most important place of export. In further processing, the raw material was mainly used to make ship hawsers. Manila ropes are considered light, smooth and resistant to saltwater. Compared to synthetic fibre ropes, both types of rope are susceptible to weathering. For this reason, they are mostly used indoors.

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1044_01 Manila rope, 220m coil
Also called Manila-hemp. A truly natural fiber that comes from the (rather large) fibers of Philippine banana trees. Manila rope is impregnated with water repellent proofing and thus is somewhat weather-proof. Three-stranded rope...
Content 220 m (€0.97 * / 1 m)
from €214.45
Art.-Nr.: 1044...
1044_02 Hemp line, 100m coil
Thin, 3-strand laid natural-fiber line, in the best long-hemp quality (LHQ 1). Built from the stalks of hemp plants. Ideal for decorative work and model-building. Untarred.
Content 100 m (€0.39 * / 1 m)
from €38.89
Art.-Nr.: 1044...
1044_03 Hemp line, 500m coil
Thin, 3-strand laid natural-fiber line, in the best long-hemp quality (LHQ 1). Built from the stalks of hemp plants. Ideal for decorative work and model-building. Untarred.
Content 500 m (€0.29 * / 1 m)
from €145.24
Art.-Nr.: 1044...
1044_04 Hemp rope, per metre
This hemp line is a pure product of nature, built from stalks of the hemp plant. This was the most widespread rope type in Europe in the last centuries. Today this rope is used primarily inside, because it decays quickly when exposed to...
from €0.68
Art.-Nr.: 1044...
1044_05 Hemp rope, 220m coil
This hemp line is a pure product of nature, made from stalks of the hemp plant. This was the most widespread rope type in Europe in the last centuries. Today this rope is used primarily inside, because it decays quickly when exposed to...
Content 220 m (€0.49 * / 1 m)
from €107.23
Art.-Nr.: 1044...
1044_06 Hemp hand rail rope, per metre
This natural-fiber rope is woven in the traditional mode, from finely combed hemp threads. The laid 4-strand weave makes for hand rails with good grip. Quality: long hemp, polished, untarred. Exactly fits our hand rail supports. Also...
from €7.70
Art.-Nr.: 1044...
1044_07 Hemp hand rail rope, per 220 m
This natural-fiber rope is woven in the traditional mode, from finely combed hemp threads. The laid 4-strand weave makes for hand rails with good grip. Quality: long hemp, polished, untarred. Exactly fits our hand rail supports. Also...
Content 220 m (€5.12 * / 1 m)
from €1,125.88
Art.-Nr.: 1044...
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1044_02 Hemp line, 100m coil
Content 100 m (€0.39 * / 1 m)
from €38.89
1044_03 Hemp line, 500m coil
Content 500 m (€0.29 * / 1 m)
from €145.24
1044_01 Manila rope, 220m coil
Content 220 m (€0.97 * / 1 m)
from €214.45
1044_05 Hemp rope, 220m coil
Content 220 m (€0.49 * / 1 m)
from €107.23
1044_07 Hemp hand rail rope, per 220 m
Content 220 m (€5.12 * / 1 m)
from €1,125.88

… a fibre plant from the family of banana plants native to East Asia. The name Manila hemp refers to the capital of the Philippines being the traditionally most important place of export. In further processing, the raw material was mainly used to make ship hawsers. Manila ropes are considered light, smooth and resistant to saltwater. Compared to synthetic fibre ropes, both types of rope are susceptible to weathering. For this reason, they are mostly used indoors. Our traditional organic fibre ropes are environmentally friendly products of nature made of renewable resources. The yarns are made from hemp fibres (cannabis) or Manila hemp (abaca). Hemp is one of the oldest cultivated plants in the world. The hemp fibres are extracted from the stems of the commercial hemp plants and processed into yarns and finally into ropes. Among natural fibre ropes, hemp ropes have the highest breaking load. Also, they are abrasion resistant and fit the hand nicely. Contrary to its name, Manila hemp does not belong to the hemp plants. It is a fibre plant from the family of banana plants native to East Asia. The name Manila hemp refers to the capital of the Philippines being the traditionally most important place of export. In further processing, the raw material was mainly used to make ship hawsers. Manila ropes are considered light, smooth and resistant to saltwater. Compared to synthetic fibre ropes, both types of rope are susceptible to weathering. For this reason, they are mostly used indoors.