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Woven nylon tubular webbing for parachutes.

  BRM
Pattern
Width Thickness Weight Tensile Yards
Spool*
click for larger image   inches inches oz/yard (max) lbs yards
BRM Pattern 8444<br> MIL-W-5625K<br> Width 3/8" 8444 0.375 0.090 0.40 950 490-500
BRM Pattern 8444<br> MIL-W-5625K<br> Width 1/2" 8444 0.500 0.090 0.50 1000 390-400
BRM Pattern 8444<br> MIL-W-5625K<br> Width 9/16" 8444 0.562 0.090 0.60 1500 315-325
BRM Pattern 8444<br> MIL-W-5625K<br> Width 5/8" 8444 0.625 0.100 0.75 2250 250-260
BRM Pattern 8444<br> MIL-W-5625K<br> Width 3/4" 8444 0.750 0.120 1.05 2300 190-200
BRM Pattern 8444<br> MIL-W-5625K<br> Width 7/8" 8444 0.875 0.120 1.00 3100 150-160
BRM Pattern 8444<br> MIL-W-5625K<br> Width 1" 8444 1.000 0.120 1.70 4000 115-125

*Put-up: Spools must contain length of total yards as listed above. Spools of 3/8″, 1/2″, 9/16″ webbing shall contain no more than 10 pieces and spools of all other widths shall contain no more than 4 pieces. No piece shall be less than 20 yards in length.

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