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' End To End Splice In Amsteel'




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end for end 12strand Class Ii
Class II ropes are made in whole or part from high modulus fibers
Additional rope needed for splice
Dyneema Vectran Technora and Zylon
7 fid lengths
This end for end splice may be performed on new or used rope This is an
allpurpose splice technique designed for people who generally splice used
rope as frequently as new rope By following the procedure below the splice
can retain from 90 to 100 of average new rope strength and in used
rope up to the same proportion of residual used rope 1 Marking Measurements
step
Tape ends of line to be spliced Lay two ropes to be spliced
sidebyside and measure one tubular fid length two wire fid
lengths because wire fids are half size from taped end of each
line and make a mark Mark 1
From Mark 1 measure two tubular fid
lengths four wire fid lengths and
make Mark 2 on both lines Mark 3 Mark 2 Mark
From Mark 2 measure three and onehalf
tubular fid lengths seven wire fid lengths
and make Mark 3 on both lines 312 Fids 2 Fid
1 Fid
2 Wire Fids
step
ta p e r i n g ta i l
From Mark 1 in the direction of the taped
end of the line mark every second right and
left strand for three strands
Cut every marked strand and pull out of line
Mark 3
312 Fids
Mark 2
2 Fids
Mark 1 tapered tail
3 pair of strands
pulled out and cut off
tape at end can cause resistance and may
have to be removed in order to pull out cut
strands Some rope diameters may have pairs of strands in
8 strand
Tapered end will now have only 6 strands taper right and left direction In this case treat the
pairs of
remaining or 4 strands if the rope is an 8 strands as a single strand marking and cutting both
strand Tape tapered tail tightly in each direction as described below
to keep from unbraiding For an 8 strand construction mark every third left
and right strand for two seconds
step
repositioning ropes
Reposition ropes for splicing according to
diagram above
Mark 3 Mark 2 Mark 1
Tapered Tail
Rope A
Tapered Tail Rope B
Mark 1 Mark 2 Mark 3
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2090 Thornton Street T 3603844669 Ferndale
WA USA 98248 F end for end 12strand Class Ii
4 burying rope a into rope b
Attach fid to tapered end of Rope A and insert fid into Rope
B at Mark 2 and bring out at Mark 3 Then remove fid
Mark 2
Mark 3
Pull tapered tail of Rope A until you have buried up to its
through the line tie off tail to stationary object then use both
hands and weight of body to bury Rope B up to Mark 2 Mark 1
Rope B
Leave tail sticking out
Rope B
Rope A
step
finish burying
e A il
Rop red Ta
Attach tapered tail of Rope B to fid Insert fid into Rope A
Mark 3
approximately the diameter of the line away from insertion
point of Rope A into Rope B Bring fid and tail out Rope B
at Mark 3 of Rope A Following same procedures
as in Step 4 to bury Rope B up to its Mark 2 Rope Mark 2
Mark 3
Leave tail sticking out Rope A
Ro l
Tai Mark 2
e red
Fid Tap
6 S M OOTH OUT SPLI C E
step
l A
Pull tails to tighten crossover Then smooth braid in Rope A Smooth Smooth
ll
both directions away from the crossover Now cut
Pu
off tailscut tails on an angle so as to give them ll Crossover
Rope B
a point
l B
Tai Cut tails at an angle
Give a final smoothing away from crossover
stroking rope firmly Tails should bury Finished Splice
inside cover
Buried Tails
8 Picks
lock stitch procedure
step
From Mark 2 at crossover count 8 picks in either direction
and insert stitching twine
Working towards the crossover pass end B back and
step forth through splice until a minimum of three 3 complete
stitches have been made on each side of crossover
B A
2A Tie an overhand knot in each tail as close to its exit
point as possible
Knot
2B Insert tail of stitching twine at exact location where twine
emerges Using needle or small fid pull or push through
rope at a slight angle Pull hard on the end of the twine
so that the knot disappears inside the rope Trim off the
remaining twine close to the rope
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2090 Thornton Street T 3603844669
Ferndale WA USA 98248 F

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