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Construction ropes
in accordance with PN-EN 12385
DIN 3052, DIN 3053, DIN 3055, DIN 3060

Diameter Construction [n/mm2] [kN] [kg/m] [mm²] Tolerance Load capacity [kg]
1 7x7 2400 0,86 0,0038 0,43 8% 15
1,2 7x7 2400 1,24 0,0055 0,62 8% 21
1,5 7x7 2400 1,93 0,0086 0,97 8% 33
2 7x7 1770 2,54 0,0153 1,72 8% 43
3 7x7 1770 5,71 0,0345 3,88 8% 97
4 7x7 1770 10,16 0,0614 6,91 7% 173
5 7x7 1770 15,88 0,0960 10,8 7% 270
6 7x7 1770 22,87 0,1382 15,55 6% 389
1 1x7 1770 0,93 0,0048 0,58 8% 16
1,5 1x7 1770 2,11 0,0110 1,32 8% 36
1 1x19 1770 0,91 0,0048 0,58 8% 15
1,2 1x19 1770 1,31 0,0069 0,84 8% 22
1,3 1x19 1770 1,54 0,0081 0,98 8% 26
1,5 1x19 1770 2,05 0,0109 1,31 8% 35
1,8 1x19 1770 2,95 0,0157 1,89 8% 50
2 1x19 1770 3,64 0,0194 2,33 8% 62
2,8 1x19 1770 7,14 0,0380 4,57 8% 121
3 1x19 1770 8,2 0,0436 5,25 8% 139
1,5 7x7 1570 1,26 0,0086 0,97 8% 21
2 7x7 1570 2,25 0,0153 1,72 8% 38
3 7x7 1570 5,07 0,0345 3,88 8% 86
4 7x19 1570 9,09 0,0609 6,68 7% 154
5 7x19 1570 14,2 0,0952 10,45 7% 241
6 7x19 1570 20,46 0,1371 15,04 6% 348
8 7x19 1570 36,37 0,2438 26,75 5% 618
10 7x19 1570 56,83 0,3810 41,8 5% 966
12 7x19 1570 81,84 0,5468 60,19 5% 1391
2,5 1x19 1570 5,05 0,0303 3,65 8% 86
3 1x19 1570 7,27 0,0436 5,25 8% 124
4 1x19 1570 12,93 0,0776 9,34 7% 220
5 1x19 1570 20,21 0,1212 14,6 7% 343
6 1x19 1570 29,1 0,1746 21,02 6% 495

MBL Minimum Braking Load given in [kN]
MBL Tensile strength – nominal durability given in [N/mm2]
Weight
During use, a rope undergoes tension set, which equals approximately 0,2–0,5%, and for ropes which are heavily used it might even be 0,8%.
The extent of tension set depends on the load, metallic cross section, and construction complexity, which is determined by elasticity module (E). There are values of this module for selected rope construction. The tension set is not permanent and disappears when the load is taken off.
Elasticity module (E) is approx. 25% higher for ropes with steel core.
Construction E [kN/mm²]
1x7 150
1x19 140
6x7 95
6x19 90
6x37 80
Non rotating 115

 

Unit elongation (%) can be calculated from the formula below. Using the minimal breaking load value (MBL) in the formula gives a maximal value of elastic elongation for a new rope.
 
 
A
- Metallic cross-section [mm²]
   
Ropes with a low elasticity module are better with dynamic loads, and ropes (and strands) with a higher elasticity module are better with transporting static loads.