Ropes for recreational marine
Rope solutions for sailmakers
Ropes for commercial marine
Ropes for industry and trade
Herkules: Combination wire-fibre ropes
GeoSafe: Safety ropes
GeoRolap: Roller lappings
GeoLastic: Shock cords
GeoArbor: Ropes for tree surgery
GeoClimber: Ropes for mountain climbers
GeoStringer: Cable pulling ropes
GeoHemp: Hemp and flax ropes
GeoStage: Stunt rigging and theatre ropes
Slings for lifting
Combination wire-fibre ropes
Ropes for tree surgery
Self-securing lifting sling made of coated polyester. Ready to use and features both a fixed and adjustable eye.
A robust square plait made of polyamide with a grippy surface. Features high elasticity and is easily spliced.
A low-weight polyamide double braid with high elasticity, great strength and gets top marks for rope handling and spliceability.
Braided polyester rope with a parallel core. Features easy handling with extremely low core-cover slack.
A supple hollow braid made of polyester for gently securing branches. Also implemented as a part of woven band harness systems.
The all-rounder: Flexible yet robust double braid made of polyester. Universally deployable, ideal for application with Prusik slings.
Low elongation, high strength, precisely defined attributes: GeoStatic NE fulfils and exceeds all demands of an advanced static rope.
The workhorse: Exceptionally durable double braid made of high tenacity polyester boasting low elongation and high break load attributes for controlled descents.
A climbing rope to whet your appetite! Lizard repels water so that it retains its spritely lightness even in the wet.
A powerhouse: A Dyneema core for highest strength, a polyester cover for the best protection against abrasion, and an intermediate cover ensuring perfect interplay.
A cut-proof, flexible, steel wire heart that is enveloped with a tough textile cover for additional personal safety during work using power saws.
Throw Line PE
This light-as-a-feather smooth braid line is weighted down at one end before being cast. The working rope is then subsequently pulled through.
Ropes for mountain climbers
Cable pulling ropes
Hemp and flax ropes
Stunt rigging and theatre ropes