Class 1 3 Strand Rope To Chain Splice
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Rope to chain splice 3strand Class I Class I ropes are made from any or all of the following fibers Additional rope needed for splice olefin polyester or nylon length of 16 crowns Although the 3strand splice is the most common splice and simple to perform technique is important to preserve splice strengthTake care that the tucks lie neatly rope Crown 1 Pic Apply tape strength can be lost if the strands are twisted incorrectly Put End on Rope Standing part of line 16 Crowns 1 p r e pa r i n g t h e r o p e step Getting Started From one end of the rope count back 16 crowns Tape this section Unlay the rope up to the tape then tape the end of each strand To avoid a twist in the finished splice untwist the rope onehalf turn between the pieces of tape Unlay the strands from the bitter end up to the taped section I Tape each individual strand at the bitter end to prevent unraveling and label each strand I II and III II III 2step threading the chain Line up the rope to the last link of the chain so that the II strand is in the middle and the I and III are on either end Take the II strand and pass it through one side of the chain link Strands I and III are to pass through the chain link from the opposite side staying on the outside of strand II II 3 begin tucking strands Istep Begin tucking the strands in an over one under one pattern just as in a 3Strand Eye Splice III II III I Page 1 of 2 2090 Thornton Street T 3603844669 Ferndale WA USA 98248 F 3603840572 Rope to chain splice 3strand Class I 4 tucking the strands epst 4A With strands I and III tucked once 4A turn splice over to tuck strand II 4B 4B II III I II III 5step Perform 4 more complete tucks with all 3 I strands Tighten tucks if necessary Front of finished splice Back of finished splice NOTE This method of joining rope and chain is designed to minimize chafe between rope and chain but as a matter of prudent seamanship it should be checked regularly and remade if there is any evidence of wear Page 2 of 2 2090 Thornton Street T 3603844669 Ferndale WA USA 98248 F 3603840572
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