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Alan Northrop Shrink Wrap

Alan Northrop is a long established family business that specialize in providing labelling solutions to a wide variety of industries. They make shrink wrap that is ideal for protecting rope end-marks, which we stock.


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Outdoor Climbing Rope-Care Ray Shrink Wrap Clear 19mm to 9.5mm per metre Alan Northrop
Ray Shrink Wrap Clear 19mm to 9.5mm per metre

Heat shrink tubing for marking up ropes of between 9.5mm - 19mm diameters. You place a piece of paper with your required info on it, put the heat shrink round it and hair-dryer it until it shrinks to fit. Quant...

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Outdoor Climbing Rope-Care Black Shrink Wrap 9mm - 4.5mm per metre Alan Northrop
Black Shrink Wrap 9mm - 4.5mm per metre

This shrink wrap is designed for cord/rope of between 4mm and 9mm diameters. It only comes in black.

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