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Special halyard rope selection
Whether it is for leisure boating, cruising, regattas or offshore racing, Ino-Rope has selected for you a full range of ropes ideal to be used as halyards according to your needs.
All-rounder ropes – Cruising

Polyester core and cover
Dyneema/polypropylene core and polyester cover

All-rounder ropes – Performance:

Dyneema/polypropylene core and polyester cover
Dyneema core and polyester cover
Dyneema core and Dyneema/Polyester/Polypropylene cover
Dyneema core and Technora/Dyneema/Polyester cover

Technical characteristics:

All-rounder ropes with <a class="glossaryLink" href="https://shop.inorope.com/glossaire/ame/" aria-describedby="tt" data-cmtooltip=" Core The core of a rope is so named because it concerns double braid ropes composed of a core and a cover. The core corresponds to the structural part, it is the core which bears the load. The core is protected by the cover that surrounds it. It can be composed of braided plaits, made of parallel or stranded fibres. “>core <a class="glossaryLink" href="https://shop.inorope.com/glossaire/polyester/" aria-describedby="tt" data-cmtooltip=" Polyester Oil-based fibre, polyester is characterised by its excellent value for money. Polyester has a high resistance to UVs, as well as to chafing. Its elongation (elasticity) varies from 8 to 12%, depending on the quality of the fibre. “>Polyester: excellent value for money and very good lifespan, perfectly adapted to any cruising programme. <a class="glossaryLink" href="https://shop.inorope.com/glossaire/gaine-2/" aria-describedby="tt" data-cmtooltip=" Cover The cover surrounds and protects the core of the rope from exterior aggressions (chafing, UVs, humidity, heat, etc.). The cover is a hollow braid which, since it has no structural function, can be manufactured with a variety of materials and constructions depending on the required properties (polyester braid, Dyneema ® braid, mixed Kevlar®/polyester braid, mixed Dyneema®/polypropylene braid etc. ). “>Cover <a class="glossaryLink" href="https://shop.inorope.com/glossaire/polyester/" aria-describedby="tt" data-cmtooltip=" Polyester Oil-based fibre, polyester is characterised by its excellent value for money. Polyester has a high resistance to UVs, as well as to chafing. Its elongation (elasticity) varies from 8 to 12%, depending on the quality of the fibre. “>polyester: the main quality of polyester is its lifespan: high resistance to UVs, as well as to <a class="glossaryLink" href="https://shop.inorope.com/glossaire/ragage/" aria-describedby="tt" data-cmtooltip=" Chafing Chafing is a synonym of abrasion, it corresponds to mechanical wear caused by friction. Chafing is your ropes’ worst enemy. “>chafing.
Rope with Dyneema core
The rope <a class="glossaryLink" href="https://shop.inorope.com/glossaire/ame/" aria-describedby="tt" data-cmtooltip=" Core The core of a rope is so named because it concerns double braid ropes composed of a core and a cover. The core corresponds to the structural part, it is the core which bears the load. The core is protected by the cover that surrounds it. It can be composed of braided plaits, made of parallel or stranded fibres. “>core <a class="glossaryLink" href="https://shop.inorope.com/glossaire/dyneema/" aria-describedby="tt" data-cmtooltip=" Dyneema Dyneema ® is a high modulus polyethylene fibre brand marketed by DSM Dyneema™. “>Dyneema has an excellent weight/<a class="glossaryLink" href="https://shop.inorope.com/glossaire/resistance-a-la-rupture/" aria-describedby="tt" data-cmtooltip=" Breaking load The breaking strength (or breaking load) is the tension that a cable can withstand just before it breaks. It is indicated by the manufacturer who tests the rope on a tensile bench. “>breaking strength.

This type of core has a very low<a class="glossaryLink" href="https://shop.inorope.com/glossaire/allongement-2/" aria-describedby="tt" data-cmtooltip=" Elongation Elongation corresponds to the elasticity of the rope. Elongation has two distinct origins: the fibre composition (Polyester is more elastic than Dyneema®, for example) and the structure of the rope (a braided core naturally has a little elasticity because the plaits, that form S or Z-shapes, do not work in the rope axis: cf. braiding pitch). “>elongation under heavy load which makes it an ideal rope to obtain precise settings especially as<a class="glossaryLink" href="https://shop.inorope.com/glossaire/drisse/" aria-describedby="tt" data-cmtooltip=" Halyard Rope used to hoist a sail (mainsail, genoa, spinnaker, etc. ). “> halyard and <a class="glossaryLink" href="https://shop.inorope.com/glossaire/ecoute/" aria-describedby="tt" data-cmtooltip=" sheet A rope attached to the clew of a sail and used to adjust the angle of the sail to the wind. “>sheet…
Dyneema/Polypropylene/Polyester mixed cover
(Ultra light) resistant and with very low water retention thanks to the hydrophobic materials which compose it, in particular polypropylene and Dyneema, an unbeatable weight / diameter ratio.
Dyneema: resistance to<a class="glossaryLink" href="https://shop.inorope.com/glossaire/abrasion/" aria-describedby="tt" data-cmtooltip=" abrasion Chafing is a synonym of abrasion, it corresponds to mechanical wear caused by friction. Chafing is your ropes’ worst enemy. “>abrasion and longevity (withstands salt and UV aggressions very well).

Polypropylene: hydrophobic and lightweight material allowing to increase the diameter of the<a class="glossaryLink" href="https://shop.inorope.com/glossaire/gaine-2/" aria-describedby="tt" data-cmtooltip=" Cover The cover surrounds and protects the core of the rope from exterior aggressions (chafing, UVs, humidity, heat, etc.). The cover is a hollow braid which, since it has no structural function, can be manufactured with a variety of materials and constructions depending on the required properties (polyester braid, Dyneema ® braid, mixed Kevlar®/polyester braid, mixed Dyneema®/polypropylene braid etc. ). “>Cover.

<a class="glossaryLink" href="https://shop.inorope.com/glossaire/polyester/" aria-describedby="tt" data-cmtooltip=" Polyester Oil-based fibre, polyester is characterised by its excellent value for money. Polyester has a high resistance to UVs, as well as to chafing. Its elongation (elasticity) varies from 8 to 12%, depending on the quality of the fibre. “>Polyester: Abrasion and UV resistance, longevity and affordable, but lower elongation performance.