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#61403 - 01/23/06 03:07 PM Emerald and Yellow rope  
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Hello,

Can someone help me where to get substation authorisation rope from??

In New Zealand we use this rope to mark out our authorised working area in a substation.
e.g. isolated ocb and lineate around it with a single entrance.

The colour is 1 emerald strand, 2 yellow strands. Rope made of nylon.

Many thanks Ray.


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#61404 - 01/23/06 09:28 PM Re: Emerald and Yellow rope  
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Ray, the closest thing I can think of to what you're describing is a polypropylene pull rope made by Greenlee. It has a green strand in it.



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