Beal Rope Tape

 

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Rope Marking Tape or Rope Marking Labels

The Beal rope marking tape is a simple and effective way of end marking your caving or climbing rope. Its nice and sticky and will easily grip the rope.

Beal has designed this rope marking tape to be easy to use, its easily written on with a biro pen and comes supplied on a 10m reel. This ensures that you will be able to mark a wide range of ropes from each reel.

The Beal rope marking tape is what we use here at Up and Under, when we cut ropes in house. We then mark each rope with the appropriate EN number and also the manufacturer of the rope.


  • General Features
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  • 10m in Length
  • Easy to write on
  • Colour
  • - White
  • Easy to apply
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