Danline (also called Polysteel) was originally developed in Japan to meet the need for a stronger and more durable polypropylene based fiber. This is achieved through a mix of polypropylene and polyetylene. Fiskevegn set up the first Danline extruders in Europe in the 1980s and still manufactures its own high quality fiber.
Its strength and good abrasion resistance make Danline particularly suitable for ropes that have to withstand demanding conditions, not least in the fishing industry. This material does not rot or absorb water, withstands most acids, alkalis, is stabilized against sunlight and floats due to a specific weight of only 0,91.
Our extrusion facility utilizes only prime quality raw materials and comprises a series of relatively small extruders that permit excellent process control. Our Danline fiber obtains higher tensile strength than we have been able to source elsewhere, the fiber is soft, and blends excellently with polyester for use in combined fiber ropes. Our well reputed Danline is a preferred product in fishing as well as aquaculture applications.