Exit

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.

Bally Ribbon Mills (BRM) is announcing our participation in the Industrial Fabric Association’s Expo to be held November 2-4, 2021 in Nashville, Tennessee!

  We are thrilled to be back to the world of in-person trade shows and looking forward to showing existing and potential customers custom weave designs and high-performance fibers that […]

Read More

Bally Ribbon Mills Offers Prototype Development and Testing for Woven Webbings

Bally Ribbon Mills Offers Prototype Development and Testing for Woven Webbings Prototype testing critical for ensuring that new woven fabrics meet application performance requirements To ensure that a woven webbing […]

Read More

Need help finding
the right product?

Cut your research time in half by
downloading our Webbing 101 Guide.

Inside, we highlight topics such as:

  • Common Specifications: (Mil-Spec, PIA, & UL)
  • Fabrication Methods: (Braiding, Jacquard Loom, Shuttle Loom, etc.)
  • Weave Types: (Basket, Plain, Satin, Twill)

Additional Resources