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I-Bone – (Dogbone) for textile connector system.

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A Dogbone (t-bone or Dogbone) for your textile connector system, revisited by Ino-Rope:

  • Robust
  • Lightweight
  • Compact
  • Lasting
  • Safe!
  • Reliability and quick-installation guaranteed.

Description

I-Bone – (Dogbone) for textile connector system.

The I-Bone or t-bone is a “dogbone” link. The I-Bone is used as a substitute for a textile shackle or a snap shackle, used to link the mainsail to the halyard. The Dogbone’s main advantage is its reliability. It can bear heavier loads than a textile shackle or a halyard shackle, and is quick and easy to fit. The I-Bone offers several advantages:

  • Robustness: The reverse geometry design of the I-Bone (thick in its middle and thin at its ends) makes it more resistant than other Dogbones on the market. Its high-grade aluminium guarantees its robustness.
  • Lightweight: the Ino-Rope dogbone is the lightest model on the market thanks to its specific geometry.
  • Compact: The I-Bone is more narrow than standard dogbones. Its extremities do not protrude, and thus are not exposed to shocks. Another major advantage: for the same reasons, the I-bone does not damage the deck.
  • Lifespan: The I-bone is made of marine anti-corrosion anodised aluminium.
  • Safety: the Dogbone is perforated in order to be secured by a lashing.

 

*The I-Bone is also available in stainless steel or titanium (on request) for higher breaking loads.

 

TypeDiamètre de cordageCharge de travailCharge de rupturePoidsLongueurDiamètre central
I-Bone 88 mm2 000 kg4 000 kg8 g33 mm12 mm
I-Bone 1010 mm2 700 kg5 400 kg19 g41 mm16 mm
I-Bone 1212 mm3 600 kg7 200 kg30 g49 mm18.5 mm

Additional information

Weight N/A
Rope Ø

08, 10, 12

This product should only be used for the above-mentioned uses. Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
The installer and user shall be held responsible for any incorrect use.

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