woven polyethylene sheath; solid elastic rubber core, hooks made of UV stabilized polyamide (nylon), hook opening is 4 mm, given length includes the hook
As the name implies, cords with these kinds of hooks are usually used to tie down tarps or to mount a projection screen. Round eyes are usually found built into the edges of tarps, through which the cord can be pulled and stretched out to a connection on a metal frame. More often than not the hook will be placed around the cord itself once tension has been established.
The surface of this tensioning cord is downright bristly; the weave of the sheath consists to a large extent of polyethylene wire. This makes this rubber cord particularly resistant to abrasion and suitable for more physically demanding outdoor areas of use.
Tarp tie-down with plastic hook
Please note that no exchange is possible in the case of products cut from rolls.
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