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used rope eye splice double braid Class I
Class I ropes are made from any or all of the following fibers olefin polyester or nylon
This is an eye splice which can be performed on used rope This is an allpurpose
splice techniqe designed for people who generally splice used rope as frequently
as new rope It retains up to 90 of the average new rope strength and in used
rope up to the same proportion of residual used rope strength
You may wish to read the supplemental information Special Tips for
Splicing Used Rope page 8 before beginning
Splicing used rope can be made easier by first understanding the rope condition
Natural shrinkage has occurred caused by water and heat In addition the cover
yarns have often been abraded Soak the section of rope to be spliced in water
for several minutes this lubricates and loosens fibers 1 layer of tape
Core must be extracted from
cover at this point
1 marking the measurements
R From loop
desired size
Tape end to be spliced with one thin layer of tape Then 1 fid length
measure one tubular fid length 2 wire fid lengths from end
of rope and mark This is point R Reference From R form or
a loop the size of the eye desired and mark This is Point
2 wire fids up to 13 circ
X where you extract core from inside the cover If using a
thimble form the loop around the thimble
Tie a tight slip knot approximately five fid lengths from X
This must be done
Tie a slipknot about 5 fid length from X
extracting the core
Bend rope sharply at X With the pusher or any sharp tool such as
an ice pick awl or marlin spike spread the cover strands to expose
core First pry then pull the core completely out of cover from X
to the taped end of the rope Put one layer only on end of core
Tip After marking cover untape end of rope grasp end of core Prying out the
and slide back cover pulling out core This loosens and bunches
up cover strands in the area of Point X and makes it easier to open
up cover strands for extraction Also thoroughly loosen 34 strand
pairs at X to assure a large and flexible hole for extraction see left
1 layer of tape
To assure correct positioning of Mark 1 do the following cover
Holding the exposed core slide cover as far back towards the
tightly tied slip knot as you can Then firmly smooth the cover
back from the slip knot towards taped end Mark 1
Smooth again until all cover slack is removed
Then mark the core where it comes out
of the cover This is Mark 1
marking the core
Again slide cover toward slipknot to expose more core
From Mark 1 measure along core towards X a distance
equal to the short section of tubular fid 2 short sections
with wire fid and make two heavy marks This is Mark 2
cover 2 short
Mark on Fid sections with From Mark 2 measure in the same direction one fid length
wire fid
X plus another short section of the fid with wire fid double
Mark 3 Mark 2 Mark 1 measurements make 3 heavy marks This is Mark 3
One fid length plus another short section Short section
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2090 Thornton Street T 3603844669
Ferndale WA USA 98248 F used rope eye splice double braid Class I
Marking Cover Strands
m a r k i n g t h e c o v e r f o r ta p e r i n g
Note nature of cover braid It is made up of strands single or
8 strands Every other set
paired By inspection you can see half the strands revolve to the single or of strands 6 right
right around rope and half revolve to the left paired and left er
Beginning at R and working toward taped end of the cover X
Mark 3 Mark 2 Mark 1
count 8 consecutive strands one or two which revolve to the Core
right or left Mark the 8th This is point T Make Mark T go
completely around cover
Starting at T and working toward the taped cover end count
and mark every second right set of strands for a total of 6
Again starting at T count and mark every second left set of
strands for a total of 6
Strands R T
5 p e r f o r m i n g t h e ta p e r
First remove tape from cover end Start with last marked
set of cover strands toward the end cut and pull them
completely out Cut and remove next marked strands and
continue with each right and left marked strands until you
reach point T Do not cut beyond this point
Tapered Cover
ver Retape The end of the cover has now been tapered from T to
Co Mark 3 Mark 2 Mark 1
the end Retape tapered end
Cut Strands Core Note If the same strands is marked twice by accident
continue as though it is another strand
Co Pinch T
Insert fid into core at Mark 2 Slide it through and out at
Mark 3 X
to insert
into fid
Add extra tape to tapered cover end then jam it tightly Mark 3 Mark 2
into the hollow end of fid Hold core lightly at Mark 3
place pusher point into taped end and push fid and cover
through from Mark 2 and out at Mark 3 Mark 1
With wire fid first press prongs into cover then tape over
Insert fid and milk braid over fid while pulling fid through
Mark 2 to Mark 3 X
Take the fid off the cover Continue pulling cover tail Mark 3
Mark 2 R
through the core until Mark T on the cover meets Mark 2
Then remove tape from end of tapered cover
Cover T Mark 1
Remove Tape
For large eye reinsert
fid and core at same
point it comes out
Cov reinserting core into cover
er R step
You are now ready to put core back into cover from T to X Insert fid at T jam
the taped core end tightly into end of fid With pusher push fid and core around
Insert core into
cover at point T to and through opening at X exactly where core was first extracted When
X using wire fid attach fid to taped core After fid is on milk
braid over fid while
Mark 3
pulling through from T to X
Mark 2
Depending on eye size fid may not be long enough to reach from T to X in
Fid and end of core Mark 1
Core one pass If not bring fid out through cover pull core through and reinsert fid
comes out at X into exact hole it came out of Do this as many times as needed
to reach X
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2090 Thornton Street T 3603844669
Ferndale WA USA 98248 F used rope eye splice double braid Class I
8 p r e pa r i n g t o b u r y c o r e
Cut core after smoothing
from T
Next pull on core tail coming out at X then on tapered cover coming out at Core X
Mark 3 the crossover should be tightened until opening in crossover is
approximately equal to diameter of rope
Pull to tighten crossover Crossover
Hold the loop at the crossover with one hand With other hand firmly smooth then smooth from T
towards X in one direction and towards Mark 3 in other direction Remove all to bury inside core Tapered cover
Hold Here
must disappear Smooth Mark 2
cover slack inside here
Tapered cover will disappear at Mark 3
Then cut core tail off close where it comes out at X
Beginning at slipknot milk cover
by sliding hand toward loop X
Milk cover until
core is buried
to here R
Mark 3 T
burying the exposed core
Mark 2 Crossover
Hold rope at slipknot and with other hand milk cover toward splice gently at first Crossover
then more firmly Cover will slide over Mark 3 Mark 2 the crossover and R Core
Then smooth loop from T to X removing all slack Continue milking until all cover
slack between knot and throat of eye has been removed Pull
Tip Before burying the cover over the crossover
For burying process with larger ropes it is helpful to securely anchor
A Anchor loop of slipknot by tying it to stationary object before starting to bury slip knot attach a small line to the braided core at the
crossover and
You can then use both hands and weight of body to more easily milk cover over mechanically apply tension with either a block and tackle
core and crossover See Fig 1 2 comealong or power winch This tension will reduce diameter of
core and crossover for easier burying
B Holding the crossover tightly milk all the excess cover from R to X
Flex and loosen the rope at the crossover point during the final burying process
Crossover Firmly
Hammering cover at point X will help loosen strands
Small line Core
The use of shock cord in a rolling hitch around the cover is useful to make final Pull
burying easier and more complete Pull on the hitch toward the eye until all cover Mechanical tension
slack is removed
See page 8 for Special Tips for Splicing Used Rope
10 finishing the Now untie the slipknot If eye is not the right size carefully check Steps 1 through 9
If a hollow spot appears at the throat this means that the core tail was cut off too short
Do not worry as this does not affect the splice performance nor its strength Reason
the total load of an eye splice is split between its own two legs Therefore each side
of the splice only has to support 50 of the total load The braided cover alone can
handle this load factor
You should whip the eye splice starting at base of throat
of eye especially if rope is 1 diameter and larger
See pages 1113 for additional information
on whipping procedures Tail of core
End of buried section here
Crossover point is buried here
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2090 Thornton Street T 3603844669 Ferndale
WA USA 98248 F

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