Stage Set X Parallel Core Rope


Strength Weight
Diameter Weight/Lbs
100 Ft
inch mm
3/8″ 9 4.6 4,600
7/16″ 11 6.4 6,300
1/2″ 12 7.9 8,100
5/8″ 16 10.7 12,500
3/4″ 18 15.4 16,700
7/8″ 22 21.7 23,000
1″ 24 21.8 32,000
Stage Set X Parallel Core Rope


Stage Set X Parallel Core Rope has very little degradation from UV and can be used outside over long term if inspected regularly.

Good resistance to chemicals except 95% sulfuric acid and strong alkalines at boil.

Melting point of 480°F progressive strength loss above 300°F.

Good resistance to the passage of electrical current. However, dirt, surface contaminants, water entrapment and the like can significantly affect dielectric properties. Extreme caution should be exercised any time a rope is in the proximity of live circuits.

Recommended ll/d ratio is 8:1.

Working Loads:
No blanket working load recommendation can be made because it depends on the application and conditions of use, especially potential danger to personnel. It is recommended that the user establish working loads and safety factors based on professional and experienced assessments of iisks.The working load is a guideline for the use of a rope in good condition for non-critical applications and should be reduced where life, limb, or valuable property is involved, or exceptional service such as shock, sustained loading, severe vibration, etc.The Cordage Institute specifies that the Safe Working Load of a rope shall be determined by dividing the Minimum Tensile Strength by the Safety Factor. Safety factors range from 5 to 12 for non-critical uses, 15 for lifelines. SWL=Minimum Break Strength / Safety Factor

Stage Set X Parallel Core Ropes can be Urethane coated to provide color coding or black out.

Specific Gravity:

White (black “x” tracer)

Standard Length:
600 & 1200 ft

Part Number Series:
3130 White
3194 Black coated

The above specifications are based on testing according to the Cordage Institute Standard Testing Methods for Fiber Rope and/or ASTM 114268 Standard Methods of Testing Fiber Ropes. Weights – Are average and may vary ± 5%. Tensile strengths – Are approximate average for new, unused ropes. To estimate the minimum tensile strength of a new rope, reduce the approximate average by 15% (Cordage Institute defines minimum tensile strength as two standard deviations below the average tensile strength of the rope).