The single-braid construction of Yale's Vectrus has no tendency to creep or stretch. It thrives at high loads and will sustain repeated loads more times than other high-strength, low-stretch fibers. It is more tolerant of tighter bending radii in terminations than other high-modulus fibers. Its high melting point makes it a good alternative to wire rope. The line does not absorb water. Its coating gives it great UV stability and improves abrasion resistance. It is one of the easiest single braided lines to splice.
APS can cover all or part of the Vectrus 12 with a polyester jacket to provide you with better handling and cleating.