Ropes, Cables & Twines

Ropes, Cables & Twines

Ropes & Cables

  • Polyester
  • Nylon
  • UHMPE
  • Aramid
  • PBO
  • Hybrids

Twines

  • Polyester
  • Polypropylene
  • Nylon
  • Cotton
  • Jute
  • Sisal
  • Hybrids

Through collaboration with our industry partners Zedtex can offer custom made ropes, cables and plied twines or cords. Plied yarns can be developed with specific properties to suit the end use environment and using the world’s strongest synthetic fibers and high grade steel components, rope and cable systems can be developed to substitute steel cables and steel wire rope.

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    Zedtex has been supplying Textile Furnishings for over 15 years and we have a long established trading history with our key suppliers. Zedtex supplies a full range of furnishings products to wholesalers, retailers and converters in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. Our collective buying power and leverage with our suppliers ensures strong price competitiveness.

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    Solutions for smaller scale Horticulture, larger scale Agriculture, specialist Viticulture or complementary industries.

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    Composites have come a long way with light weight and durable composites increasingly replacing conventional materials. Carbon and aramid fibres play an important role – essential for reinforcing where weight reduction and excellent damage tolerance are required. Zedtex composite fabrics are used for applications in marine and aerospace construction, civil engineering, automotive and passenger transportation, […]

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  • Fibre

    From the ages for which there are no records, man has been using fibre. Several thousands of years later synthetic (Man-made) fibre innovations have not stopped. The work of Wallace Carothers, Julian Hill and other researchers culminated in the development of Nylon in 1930, and marked the beginning of a new era in synthetic fibres.

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