Mil-W-5625 Tubular Webbing
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Tubular webbing is often used in parachute and climbing applications.
Webbing of 1/2, 3/4, and 1-inch width shall have a yellow or black warp yarn woven in the center of one side.
Webbing of 9/16-inch width shall have 3 yellow or black warp yarns woven only on the face. They shall be woven in such a manner that when the webbing is flattened these yarns will weave over the same face pick. One of the 3 yellow or black yarns shall be positioned in the center of the face side; the other 2 shall be spaced on each side of this center yarn at a distance of not less than 9, but not more than 11 face warp yarns.
Webbing of 5/8-inch width shall have 2 yellow or black warp yarns separated by 3 face warp yarns located in the center of the face side. The yellow or black yarns shall be woven in such a manner that when the webbing is flattened the yarns will weave over the same face pick.
Webbing of 3/8-inch width shall have 2 yellow or black warp yarns on the face with no ends of natural in between.
Webbing of 7/8-inch width shall have no identification warp yarns.