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Cotton rope is rope created entirely from natural cotton. Some cotton ropes mix 100 percent cotton and additional fibers, including polyester or acrylic. Read More…

Cotton Rope Cotton rope is a type of natural cordage made from twisted cotton fibers. Cotton rope is known for its high handling quality; it is soft and pliable and can be handled by workers without causing irritation or injury.
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Sellersville, PA  |  888-218-6366

Since our beginning in 1967, we have had experience designing, manufacturing and distributing the highest quality braided ropes and cords. Braided ropes and cordage are produced in all common fibers.

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CSR Incorporated $$$

Richmond, BC  |  866-233-1422

Redden Net and Rope Ltd. is a leading provider of high-quality ropes. Since our founding, we have established a strong reputation for delivering innovative and reliable ropes to customers in various industries. With our dedication to quality, innovation, and customer satisfaction, we have established ourselves as a trusted partner for businesses across various industries. Our commitment to quality, innovation, and customer satisfaction make us a leader in the industry.

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Redden Net and Rope Ltd. $$$

Fairfield, NJ  |  973-287-6458

Corda is a leading rope manufacturer offering cotton, nylon, polyester, polypropylene, and sisal rope solutions constructed for outdoor and industrial use. Our products are used in the masonry, recreational, industrial, and marine industries.

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Pawtucket, RI  |  800-783-8599

Welcome to Neocorp, your number one supplier for high temperature textiles, gaskets and braid over wire jacketing. Our products can handle high temperatures and can stand through demanding industrial environments. We can do custom designs, be it for Kevlar tapes or E Glass rope. We set the standard for excellence.

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Neocorp Mfg $$$

Montgomeryville, PA  |  215-368-6611

As the leader in custom engineered synthetic ropes, Phillystran manufactures high tenacity fiber ropes, strands, braids and strength members from fibers such as Kevlar®, Twaron®, Technora®, Vectran®, Spectra®, Dyneema® and Zylon®, plus specialized ropes. Used worldwide in a broad range of marine, industrial and military rope applications. See website for more info and/or call today!

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Phillystran, Inc. $$$

Pawtucket, RI  |  800-519-4878

Among the top suppliers of ropes in New England, Quality Nylon Ropes can supply you with the best rope for your specific application. Included in our product line is Spectra®, Kevlar® and other types of ropes and cords. We're proud to carry on the long tradition in New England of superior quality textile manufacturing. For over 20 years we've supplied customers with our high quality ropes.

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Quality Nylon Rope $$$
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Cotton Ropes

Cotton Rope Manufacturing Process

First, the cotton bales are disassembled and detangled with carding machines. Carding machines pick apart the fibers and prepare them for more processing.

Next, the cotton fibers go through a coiler machine, producing a yarn called a sliver. A sliver refers to a thick, loose bundle of untwisted yarn. The sliver is sent into a drawing machine, lined up, drawn out, and stretched.

Next, the yarn goes into a roving machine that stretches and subtly twists the yarn to make it stronger.

After going through the roving machine, the yarn is spun by a rotating spindle, which is stretched and twisted into the cotton yarn that resembles the cotton yarn available in retail and craft stores. The yarn is dyed and put on a creel or a rack specifically built for yarn spinning. The yarn strands are twisted together to create cotton rope.

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Applications of Cotton Ropes

Cotton yarn is a commonly used product found in many retail applications. Cotton rope is a great alternative to ropes that are too abrasive. Cotton is the softest of the natural fibers used to make rope. In addition, twisted cotton rope can be customized with vivid colors, making it ideal for decor. Twisted cotton rope is ideal for creating projects and adding flair to a house.

For various reasons, cotton rope halters and leads are a traditional option for horse owners. A cotton rope lead won't cause hand burns if a horse gets frightened or pulls back. Cotton ropes can be colored to customize a horse's halter and lead, and their softness guarantees comfort. Triple-stranded, twisted cotton rope is difficult to beat in the end. It is gentle on the hands and supple.

Cotton rope can be helpful in various outdoor and general utility settings. Twisted cotton rope is resistant to varied weather conditions and can be used as a tent line. Cotton ropes are not vulnerable to UV degradation like synthetic ropes are. Another standard tool for instructing and practicing knot tying is twisted cotton rope. Due to its flexibility and capacity to twist like a fishing line, it is a well-liked option for learning fishing knots.

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Benefits of Cotton Rope

Eco-Friendly: Cotton rope's complete eco-friendliness is one of its best features. Cotton is a natural product; thus, it decomposes naturally. The cotton ropes can be recycled with ease.

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