Barton 
Leading global supplier of marine deck hardware, Barton Marine are based in Whitstable, Kent. For more than 70 years they have set the benchmark for high quality products, with a range running to more than 2000 specialist products. 
Barton continue to innovate at the forefront of research and development in the use of lightweight, high-performance technology for today's demanding sailor. 
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Meet the NEW Stronger, Lighter, Smaller Barton Block Range 
Crafted by sailors for sailors, the new Barton Block Range is manufactured in the UK, and developed with the same design endurance and bullet-proof reliability that Barton has built its reputation on over the last 70 years. 
 
Available with plain bearing or ball bearing sheaves, the new exterior styling displays dark slate side plates made of glass loaded nylon, which enclose a continuous stainless steel infrastructure for strength and durability across the line. Designed for low friction and longevity in harsh marine environments, the new Barton Block Range is smaller and lighter, but exhibits greater strength and performance for overall reliability. 
 
 
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Barton EasySplice Tool Demonstration 
 
To create a spliced loop, mark the rope on either side of the loop size desired, leaving at least 15 cm of rope for the tail (the short end.)n this text to edit it. 
1/ On the long end of rope, push the EasySplice needle through the middle core of the rope, and attach the short end into the end of the EasySplice needle and pull through until you have your required loop size. 
 
2/ Push the EasySplice through the short end of the rope just under the first marked position, and in the same way, attach the long end of the rope into the needle and pull it through the core. 
 
3/ This has now created a lock. 
 
4/ Putting the short end of the rope beside the long end of the rope, will give you the point furthest away from your splice to insert the EasySplice. 
5/ Push the EasySplice up inside the core until you reach the splice and then exit the core at that point. 
 
6/ Attach the short end into the EasySplice needle and pull the tail inside the core until it comes out the other end. Now you can taper the end to give you a better finish. 
 
7/Pull the outer rope over the inner rope and the job is finished. 
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