Say Hello to New Hardware
Recently, Rope & Cord has expanded its product selection adding rope hardware to the site. To the person who just uses rope as a tool by itself, the following information can show you how the addition of hardware can expand the uses of rope. Below, we’ve highlighted some different types of hardware you can find on Rope & Cord and how they can be used in different projects.
Rope cleats are available in multiple sizes, made of zinc diecast, and have a nickel finish. They are resistant to moisture and corrosion making them great for indoor and outdoor use. These are commonly seen on docks and boats and are used to tie down boats for temporary storage. They can also be used for storing small ropes or as a hook for tools, clothes and more.
Splicing fid and pushers are a great tool for handling rope. If you need to splice your rope but still want to maintain the quality of the rope, this is a great tool to use. Make handcrafted décor, clothing, or jewelry with precision with the thin steel pusher.
Pulleys come in single wheel and double wheel as well as rigid eye and swivel eye. Pulleys have been used with rope, cord, and string for thousands of years dating back to ancient Egypt and are considered one of the six simple machines used to lift objects. Use pulleys with rope, cord, and string to keep things off the ground, hold up nets, and with flagpoles.
Rope binding hooks come in multiple sizes, made of steel, and are available in a silver finish. They are resistant to corrosion, moisture, and rust making them great for indoor use like storage and outdoor use like boating. They are used to support, hang, and secure rope, cord, lines, and other objects. The hooks can be used for hanging clothing, yard tools, décor, and other everyday uses.
Rope clamps come in multiple sizes and are available in a silver finish. They are made of steel and are durable with a resistance to rust, corrosion, and moisture. They are used to secure rope, cord, chains, and equipment without having to worry about them slipping. Large loads are easily held in place with these clamps and they are commonly seen on athletic equipment to hold cords in place.
To view our entire selection of hardware, click here. Comment below what your favorite piece of hardware is and how you use it!