Cortland Toro™ 12×12 Strand Rope

Toro™ 12×12 is a 12-strand braided rope in which each of the 12 strands is, in turn, a 12-strand rope, or braided primary strand. Toro is manufactured from high tenacity High Modulus Polyethylene (HMPE).

This patented construction addresses the most critical properties of the fibers to provide a very high strength translation efficiency for larger ropes. This design allows for long lay lengths, making rope that is more flexible for bending applications, easy to inspect, and can be quickly spliced using standard 12 strand splicing techniques. Toro 12×12 is supplied with our standard polyurethane finish, although other coatings can be applied to suit specific applications.

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Description

Features and Benefits:

  • Highest strength
  • Very low stretch
  • Lightweight
  • Soft hand
  • Torque free
  • Easy splicing
  • Floats
  • Long lengths available
  • High flex fatigue and abrasion resistance
  • Moderate UV resistance
  • Easy to inspect and repair
  • Neutrally buoyant in water

Applications:

  • Replacement for wire rope heavy lift slings
  • Tug vessel assist lines
  • Vessel mooring lines
  • Offshore working ropes
  • Lashings

Certifications:

  • ABS
  • DNV-GL

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Nominal Diameter
(inches)
Size
(circ in.)
Approximate Weight
(lbs/100ft)
Minimum Tensile Strength
Spliced Rope
(lbs)
Minimum Tensile Strength
ISO Unspliced Rope
(lbs)
1-5/8562.0245,000272,100
1-3/45-1/272.3284,300315,800
2694.9369,900410,900
2-1/86-1/2108.9423,900470,900
2-1/47121.3470,100522,200
2-1/27-1/2147.9569,400632,600
2-5/88163.8630,300700,200
2-3/48-1/2182.4698,400775,900
39215.4819,000909,900
3-1/89-1/2233.2886,500984,900
3-1/410253.5961,3001,068,000
3-1/210-1/2290.71,095,3001,216,800
3-5/811314.11,184,3001,315,700
3-3/411-1/2338.71,273,1001,414,400
412383.51,435,2001,594,500
4-1/812-1/2407.01,523,4001,692,400
4-1/413433.41,618,6001,798,200

Size: Diameter and circumference are nominal. A new unused rope in relaxed state will measure larger; loading and use compacts ropes, sets splices and lessens rope size.

Weights: Published weights of sizes 1-5/8″– 4-1/4″ diameter are calculated at linear density under stated preload (200d²) plus 4%.

Tensile Strengths: Tensile strength determined in accordance with Cordage Institute 1500‑02 Test Methods for Fiber Ropes and ISO 2307.

 


Cortland Toro 12x12 Technical Chart 1

Technical Information

  • Specific gravity: 0.98*
  • Melting point: 284°F (140°C)
  • Critical temperature: 150°F (65°C)
  • Coefficient of friction: 0.09–0.12*
  • Elongation at break: 3%–4%
  • Fiber water absorption: 0%
  • UV resistance: moderate
  • Wet abrasion: superior
  • Dry abrasion: superior

* Value based on data supplied by the fiber manufacturer for new, dry fiber

 

 

Brand

Cortland

CORTLAND COMPANY is an originator of synthetic fiber braiding manufacturing and possesses an understanding of the base properties of high-performance textiles. Combining the latest fiber technology, with extensive application experience, they manufacture custom braided rope, and rope lifting slings, for critical heavy lift applications. For almost 40 years, their custom-built solutions have been developed to work in the toughest environments and overcome some of the world’s greatest challenges.

Rope solutions include the market-leading Plasma®, Toro™, and other high-performance ropes. Lifting solutions include Plasma® fiber rope slings (eye-and-eye and grommet), Selantic® round slings, and Extender™ adjustable slings.

Cortland is a part of the Enerpac Tool Group (NYSE: EPAC), a diversified industrial company with operations in more than 30 countries.

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