Material polyamide - polyamide ropes / ropes - nylon ropes and ropes on the maximum load added to them is three times greater than Manila ropes (plant ropes), if you take the best of them. Coconut ropes and ropes are ten times stronger, although they are lighter. These cables (nylon ropes) do not absorb moisture, which is certainly important in the environment. They do not rot and there is no destruction. Such cables and ropes do not get dirty, easy to wash. The temperature at which nylon melts is two hundred degrees Celsius.

Polyester - melts at a temperature of two hundred and sixty degrees Celsius.
In another way this name can be heard - tesil, tetoron, polyester, Diola, terylene.
Polyester, compared to nylon, is not as elastic.
But it wears out a little, which is important at work (when bending, grinding).
Polyethylene - melts at temperatures below two hundred degrees.
Fibers - monofilament.
This cable is durable.
The breaking force of such ropes is almost twice that of Manila.
Polypropene - melts at temperatures above one hundred and sixty - one hundred and seventy degrees.
Ropes are multi-table. Solid fiber cable. Widely used. Even when wet, this cable retains its qualities.