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Mastrant Antenna Support and Guy Line Ropes MP03100

Rope, Antenna Guy, Mastrant-P, Break Strength 440 lbs., 3 mm/0.118 in. Diameter, 100 m/330 ft. Roll, Each

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Brand: Mastrant
Manufacturer's Part Number: MP03100
Part Type: Rope
DXE Part Number: MSG-MP03100

Rope Material: Polyester
Rope Diameter (in.): 0.118 in.
Rope Diameter (mm): 3mm
Rope Diameter (fractional): 1/8 in. approx.
Rope Breaking Strength (Approx.): 200 lbs.
Rope Length (ft): 330 ft.
Rope Length (Meters): 100 m
Quantity: Sold individually.

Mastrant Antenna Support and Guy Line Ropes are available in several sizes and strength ratings, perfect for support of wire antennas, vertical antennas and antenna masts, as well as support of Yagi booms and elements. Mastrant ropes are of the highest quality for strength and are UV-protected for extended longevity. Mastrant ropes are stronger than other synthetic ropes of the same size, and are made from proven modern materials, including Polyester in Mastrant-P and Mastrant-R (reflective) and the higher strength Dyneema® DM20 core in Mastrant-M, a superior synthetic rope.

Durability and safety are of prime concern to ensure that an antenna installation remains fully operational for a long time. Antennas and guy lines are exposed to changing weather conditions, mechanical strain, UV radiation, humidity, and more. These non-conductive synthetic fibers have all the necessary qualities: high strength, negligible stretch but good flexibility, long life, low moisture collection, fast drying, a minimum bending radius adding the ability to tie knots, good UV radiation resistance, weather durability and resistance to acids and alkali.

Conversely, steel guying wires are heavy, difficult to work with, and their strength deteriorates with time due to corrosion and general aging. Electrical conductivity of steel guys is an undesirable feature, as they interact with the antennas and adversely modify radiation patterns.

Thanks to recent developments in synthetic materials, both amateur and professional users are changing over to non-conductive guys and ropes. Mastrant offers these products for a variety of applications, from thin support lines used for wire antennas and beams, to rope guys for supporting small and portable masts and vertical antennas.

When you need quality rope to install, replace, or modify your antenna systems, consider Mastrant Antenna Support and Guy Line Ropes, now available from DX Engineering.

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Using this for a dipole support. It has a rated and good strength for it's diameter.

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Reviewer: from MA

Date: January 16, 2018

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Not a big deal, but I must have overlooked the fact that this guy line rope is not the solid black color I was expecting for a stealth appearance - it is prominently black with blue parallel stripes running its length. Otherwise, it is an excellent product.

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Reviewer: from FL

Date: December 21, 2017

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Good product - so far.

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No complaints. We'll see how it weathers in the future.

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Reviewer: from PA

Date: November 12, 2017

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Good guy lines

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I have three antennas guyed with this rope.Very strong even through hurricanes.Does require re-tightening.

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Date: November 10, 2017

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Quality Product.

Using this for a dipole support. It has a rated and good strength for it's diameter.

Published on January 16, 2018 by NEAL

Guy Line Rope

Not a big deal, but I must have overlooked the fact that this guy line rope is not the solid black color I was expecting for a stealth appearance - it is prominently black with blue parallel stripes running its length. Otherwise, it is an excellent product.

Published on December 21, 2017 by JOHN

Good product - so far.

No complaints. We'll see how it weathers in the future.

Published on November 12, 2017 by ROLFE

Good guy lines

I have three antennas guyed with this rope.Very strong even through hurricanes.Does require re-tightening.

Published on November 10, 2017 by ROBERT

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