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General information about steel wire ropes

Description of symbols
MBL Minimum Braking Load given in [kN]
TS Tensile strength – nominal durability given in [N/mm2]
WLL Working Load Limit Classifier’s attestation
Weight of product
Stainless Steel Product
Important information regarding safety
Additional information about a product
Typical use of ropes

Rybołówstwo Przemysł stoczinowy Dźwigi Jachting Budownictwo Rolnictwo Motoryzacja Transport Przemysł wydobywczy Przemysł spożywczy Przemysł medyczny
1x7





X




1x19





X




6x7 X




X





6x19




X

X



6x19S X










6x37
X


X

X



6x36WS
X
X




X
X


32x7 non-rotating
X
X





X


7x7 inox


X
X
   



7x19 inox


X
X
   



PVC-coated ropes


X

X





 
Characteristics of cores in ropes
Cores
FC C
IWRC
WSC
TYPE Fiber Independent
steel rope
Steel strand
SUB TYPE, Examples NFC – natural fiber core,
SFC - artificial fiber
7x7, 6x19+IWRC 1x7, 1x19
Examples of rope classes according to PN-EN 12385-2
Ropes
class
Example Number
of strands
Number
of wires in
a strand
Number
of wires in the
outer layer
Number of
layers in
a strand
6x7 6x7, 7x7 6 30-54 4-8 1
6x19 6x19S, 6x25F 6 90-156 7-12 2-3
6x36 6x31WS, 6x36WS 6 174-342 12-18 3-4
6x19M 6x19, 7x19 6 72-114 9-12 2
6x37M 6x37 6 162-222 16-18 3
18x7 17x7, 18x7 17 or 18 85-162 4-8 1
34(M)x7
from 34 to 36 170-324 4-8 1
35(W)x7 32x7 Soliflex from 28 to 40 196-280 4-8 1
Example of a rope describing mark with an explanation
Oznaczenia lin
z right hand strand
B
s
left hand strand
A
Z
right lay ropel
S left lay rope
zZ or sS lang lay rope
A
B
zS or sZ
ordinary lay rope

 

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