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General purpose ropes

 

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6×7+FC 6×19+FC 6×37+FC 6×19S+FC
[kN] [kg] [kg/1m] [kN] [kg] [kg/1m] [kN] [kg] [kg/1m] [kN] [kg] [kg/1m]
3 5,28 90 0,0310                  
4 9,40 160 0,0552                  
5 14,69 250 0,0862 13,58 231 0,0865 13,05 222 0,0865      
6 21,15 360 0,1241 19,56 333 0,1245 18,79 320 0,1245      
8 37,60 640 0,2208 34,77 591 0,2214 33,41 568 0,2214 37,38 636 0,2278
9             42,29 719 0,2802      
10 58,76 999 0,3450 54,33 924 0,346 52,21 888 0,3460 58,41 993 0,3559
11 71,10 1209 0,4174 65,75 1118 0,4186 63,18 1074 0,4186 70,67 1202 0,4307
12 84,62 1439 0,4967 78,24 1331 0,4982 75,18 1279 0,4982 84,11 1430 0,5128
13             88,24 1501 0,5847      
14 115,17 1959 0,6762 106,50 1811 0,6781 102,34 1741 0,6781 114,48 1947 0,6977
16 150,43 2558 0,8832 139,10 2366 0,8857 133,34 2273 0,8857 149,52 2543 0,9113
18 190,39 3238 1,1178 176,05 2994 1,121 169,17 2877 1,1210 189,24 3218 1,1534
20             208,85 3552 1,3840 233,64 3973 1,4239
22             252,72 4298 1,6746 282,70 4808 1,723
24             300,75 5115 1,9929 336,44 5722  
26             352,97 6003 2,3389      
28             409,36 6962 2,7126      

In the chart there are load values given in [kg], calculated for safety factor 6. For certain uses the factor value can vary, for instance: 3 for towing (direction of forces perpendicular to the gravitation), or even 15 in cases where a rope is used to lift people. If in doubt, please ask our specialists for professional advice.
 
Construction DIN standard
6×7 3055
6×19S 3058
6×19 3060
6×37 3066
In this catalogue you can find important information about steel wire ropes. All of the technical parameters (unless indicated otherwise) refer to wires of 1770 N/m2 nominal tensile strength and sZ direction of lay.
When choosing a steel wire rope for a particular use it is important to carefully select the kind of core – generally they are divided into steel and fiber cores. Additionally, fiber cores are divided into natural fiber cores (made of jute, cotton or sisal) and artificial fiber cores
(polypropylene). Below we enlist restrictions and suggestions for use of natural and artificial cores:
  • Natural fibers may be inhomogeneous – this causes differences in the rope’s diameter
  • Artificial fibers can be used in a restricted temperature range
  • Natural cores absorb greases and lubricants much better
  • Artificial fibers are lighter
  • Natural fibers have lower mechanical durability
  • Artificial fibers have varied resistance to chemical agents
  • Natural fibers can be influenced by natural processes such as rotting
  • Artificial fibers are less water-absorbent

 

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