KISWIRE provides a complete range of products in the respect of size and construction. makes it possible for us to satisfy the needs of the most demanding customers. and also produces only high quality products of high quality steel in several of its own factories.ELEPHANT around the world As a leading manufacturer of Wire Rope in the World. . Our equipment constantly renewed and improved.

Zinc coated Wire Rope 08 7.WS(31). Lubrication 06 5. 6 x 19 +IWRC 18 4.WS(26) + FC 22 8. Recommendation of Wire Rope 10 11. Construction and Designation 05 3. Wire Rope Cores 08 6.WS(26) + IWRC 23 9.SES(37) + FC 24 10. Grades of Wire Rope 09 9. 6 x 37 + IWRC 21 7. 6 x 37 + FC 20 6.(41).FI(25). 6 x FI(29). 6 x 24 + FC 19 5. 6 x 19 + FC 17 3. Safety Factors 09 10.(41)SES(37) + IWRC 25 .W(19). 6 x S(19). 6 x S(19). Diameter 05 2. Handling and Care of Wire Rope 13 HOW TO ORDER SPECIFICATIONS OF STEEL WIRE ROPE 1. 6 x 7 + FC 16 2.FI(25). Type of Lay 06 4.C O N T E N T S GENERAL INFORMATION ON WIRE ROPE FOR SELECTION IN USAGE 1.(36).(36). Preformed Wire Rope 08 8. 6 x FI(29).WS(31).

therefore. its value must be equal to the value of the nominal diameter (the dimension by which a rope is identified) except for certain allowed tolerances. 1) STRANDS WITH CROSS LAID WIRES All the wires in this type of strand are of equal diameter and for geometrical reasons the number of wires decreases in each layer. especially with variable loads. 1) PRACTICAL DIAMETER OF WIRE ROPE The practical diameter of a rope is measured by following an established method. Seale. The construction of the strand is identified by the number of wires in the individual layers. 2) HOW TO DETERMINE THE PRACTICAL DIAMETER Measurements are taken at two points at least one meter apart and two diameters are measured at 90° one from the other. Consequently strong pressure occurs between the wires which may break. 2) STRANDS WITH EQUAL LAID WIRES In these constructions the pitches of the various layers of wires are identical as stranding is carried out in a single operation. correct wrong 2. As for example: Seale : 9+9+1 Warrington : 6/6 + 6 + 1 Filler : 12 + 6F + 6 + 1 Steel Wire Rope | 05 . In special cases when the tolerance is less than 5% of the minimum guaranteed breaking strength. 12+6+1 or 15+9+FC). The correct diameter is the greatest diameter of the rope or strand. FC indicates a fibre core. circumscribed to its normal section. Warrington and Filler strands belong to this construction.g. The average of the four values thus obtained is the practical diameter. starting from the outer one(e. starting from the outermost one. Distinction is made between strands with cross laid and equal laid wires. the contacts between wires are lindar. This diameter is given in millimeters.GENERAL INFOMATION ON WIRE ROPE for SELECTION & USAGE 1.DIAMETER The diameter of rope is the diameter of its circumference. In cross laid constructions each layer of wire is laid up a separate operation with a different length of lay. Usually the practical diameter is taken from a sample of straight rope not subjected to traction. the result being the crossing of the various layers of wires. Wires of different diameters are required for these constructions. CONSTRUCTION AND DESIGNATION The strand is the simplest construction: it consists of one or more layers of superimposed wires laid spirally around one or more central wires or around a fibre core. according to an arithmetical progression based on number (18 + 12 + 6 + 1 or 12 + 6).

and their Ordinary Lay ropes are less subject to failure from crushing and distortion. LUBRICATION Wire ropes are lubricated as a protection against oxidization and to reduce friction between wires and strands. Lubricants used during manufacture shall be free from solvents. Lastly if the rope is formed of two or more layers of strands superimposed around a FC. round stranded ropes have both the strands and the wires in the strands laid helically. 3. alkaline soaps and acidity both organic and inorganic. Should the strands also contain a fibre core then the rope will be known for example as 6 x (12 + FC) + FC or 6 x 12 + 7FC. If this same rope has an independent wire rope core. The wire ropes we manufacture are performed according to special methods which give them stability and eliminate internal stresses. Long’s Lay ropes have increased resistance to abrasion. then it will be known as: 12 x (6 + 1) + 6 x (6 + 1) + FC or 18 x 7 + FC. 6 x (9 + 9 + 1) + FC or more concisely 6 x 19 Seale + FC.SINGLE STRAND ROPES are commonly called strands. TYPE OF LAY As already stated. as they are more likely to kink and untwist than Ordinary Lay ropes. Because the longer length of exposed outer wires presents greater wearing surface. aromatic compounds. moisture. Elephant Wire Ropes have various kinds of lubrications as below. lubrication should be carried out periodically with good quality products compatible with those used during manufacture and which we shall be pleased to indicate upon request. For protection of wire ropes against corrosion and frictional wear. Lang’s Lay ropes are more flexible than the Ordinary Lay type. They can be identified by the number to each strand. ROUND STRANDED ROPES consist of a number of strands either laid around a fibre core or metallic strand or an independent wire rope core. During the stranding and roping operations. Ordinary Lay ropes are less likely to kink and untwist. Right Hand and Left Hand lays are designated respectively Z and S. Right Hand Regular Lay Rope Left Hand Regular Lay Rope Right Hand Lang’s Lay Rope Left Hand Lang’s Lay Rope 4. however Lang’s Lay ropes are preferred for guided loads such as passenger and freight elevators because the wires have a longer contact with the sheave grooves and consequently less wear. having a Right Hand Lay or Left Hand Lay according to the lay of the strands. each having 9+9+1wires laid around a central fibre core is designated as. Greater care must be exercised when handling Lang’s Lay ropes. 06 | Steel Wire Rope . The IWRC is a metallic rope having for example a construction designated by 7 x (6 + 1) or 7 x 7. Should the lay of the outer wires in the strands be in the same direction or in the opposite direction to that of the strands in the rope. the result will be respectively a Lang’s Lay rope or an Ordinary ( Regular) Lay rope. A rope with 6 strands. Ordinary Lay ropes are generally used because of their greater stability. Fiber cores are impregnated for preservation purposes. During the working life of the rope. the designation will be: 6 x (9 + 9 + 1) + IWRC. The type of lubrication varies according to the application for the rope and the type of plant for which it is intended. all wires forming the strand and all strands forming the rope are lubricated. Given equal construction and diameter.

construction equipment and logging use. No wet. Loose wipe Closing No Lubrication Core Little heavier than on strand. Internal lubrication is accomplished./Ungalv. No wipe A special Non-Tacky grease is applied by the same method as in the above C and D type. Wire Rope Black (Asphaltum grease) Ungalv. Strand Galv. Note No Grease Galv Strand Galv W/R Stainless A/C No Lubrication No-Lube Dry Suitable Appearance on wire rope (Type of Grease) Galv. No drips. Wire Rope Yellowish -Brown (Petro-Chem grease) Galv. W/R Yellowish -Brown (Petro-Chem grease) Galv. For general application of Ungalvanized Wire rope. Slightly oily to the touch. Wire Rope Black (Solid Asphaltum grease) For special purpose lubrication to meet very hard consistancy under tropical climate. Wire Rope Black (Asphaltum grease) A rust inhibiting oil is used to prevent corrosion during transit and storage. Wire rope valley is filled with lubrication./Ungalv. Ideal for oilfield. Loose wipe Closing No Lubrication Stranding Min. Ungalv. A/C Brake Strand Galv. Non-tacky to hand touch. Closing No Lubrication Stranding Light application by dropping method. Lightly tacky to hand touch. Internal lubrication is accomplished. For general application of Galvanized Wire Rope. Steel Wire Rope | 07 . Wire rope where maximum protection against corrosion is desired. For general application of Galvanized Wire Rope. possible application \Very tight wipe as possible Galv. possible application tight wipe as possible Core Little heavier than on strand. No wipe Closing Applied during closing by droping method Stranding Applied during stranding by dropping method and the strand is lubricated again by running it through a bath of lubricant Core Heavy application Closing No Lubrication Stranding Light application by dropping method. For special usage of wire rope against corrosion For special usage and long term storage where maximum protection against corrosion Lubrication sets up to a medium hard consistancy. Lightly tacky to hand touch Ungalv. Loose wipe Core Heavier than on Strand No wipe Closing No Lubrication Stranding Applied during stranding by dropping method and the strand is lubricated again by running it through a bath of lubricant Core Heavy application. Wire Rope Black (Asphaltum grease) Wire rope valley is filled with lubrication. W/R Stainless A/C Yellowish -Brown (Petro-Chem grease) Stranding Applied during stranding by dropping method Galv. Dry to hand touch. Loose wipe Core Heavier than on Strand. and the strand is lubricated again by running Wire Rope it through a bath of lubricant Yellowish -Brown (Petro-Chem grease) Core Heavy application. Strand Galv./Ungalv. W/R Transparent (Dry) Galv. For special purpose lubrication of Ungalv.LUBRICATION Type of Lubrication Lubrication Method A-1 A-2 A-3 A-4 B C D Non-Tacky C&D Closing No Lubrication Stranding Min. No wipe Closing Heavy application No wipe after the “bath” application Stranding Applied during stranding by dropping method and the strand is lubricated again by running it through a bath of lubricant Core Heavy application.

mooring lines and the likes. Wire strand cores are limited to standing ropes. heavily lubricated bright ropes usually are preferred to galvanized ropes. 7x7 or 7x19. a wire rope’s life will be longer. 2) Independent Wire Strand Core (IWSC) A single strand can be used as the core in a wire rope. or of defferent construction. 6. and maintain them in their proper position when loads are applied. and fiber cores (FC) of either natural or synthetic fiber. 1) Independent Wire Rope Cores (IWRC) This is a separate wire rope used as a core in the main wire rope. ZINC-COATED WIRE ROPE Galvanized ropes have theire wires uniformly coated with zinc for protection against corrosion where ropes are exposed to the weather. sisal. to salt water or to other corroding agents. and leaves them relaxed in their normal positions in the rope. 08 | Steel Wire Rope . For hosting equipment in locations where corrosive conditions are present. It’s principal function is to support the strands. The three types of cores commonly used in wire ropes are independent wire rope cores (IWRC). and during use wire ropes kink scarcely ever occurres. distort adjacent wires. A 6-strand rope with a wire strand core of a different construction from that of the main strands is called a 6-strand rope with WSC. are properly preshaped by preforming head before they are assembled into the finished rope. the rope is ususlly called a 7-strand rope-for example. If the core is of the same construction. Preforming prevents the wire and strands from straightening. 1) The flexibility is superior to non-preformed ropes. wire strand cores (WSC). 3) Fiber Core (FC) These cores are fiber ropes. made from either natural fibers such as manila. WIRE ROPE CORES The core of a wire rope is the central member around which the main strands are laid. or cotton or synthetic fibers such as polypropylene or polyethylene. 7. 3) Broken wire ends do not protrude to injure workmen’s hand. the individual wires in the strands. and strands composing the rope. PREFORMED WIRE ROPE In a preformed wire rope. to moisture. and small diameter running ropes. towing hawsers. Preformed ropes have the following merits as compared with non-preformed ropes.5. The wires can be zinc-coated after the last drawing operation (galvanized) or before and then redrawn (drawn galvanized). 2) Because preformed wire ropes have a great endurance to bending. standing rigging. jute. The wire strand core may be of the same construction as the outer strands. and their use is usually limited to stationary installations such as guys. or cause wear to sheaves and drums. Conventional galvanized ropes have lower strength than bright ropes(uncoated).

the factors causing abrasion and corrosion. and more Steel Wire Rope | 09 . and endurance to abrasion and bending Grades Tensile Strength(kg/mm ) 2 A BG B CG C SC 165 165 180 180 200 220 * BG. The proper safety factor depends not only on the loads applied. 6. 5. GRADES OF WIRE ROPE Elephant Brand Wire Ropes are manufactured in various Tensile Strength grades to meet the varied requirements of many applications.5 8. 9.8. Each grade provides a different combination of tensile strength.0 for depths to 500ft.0 for depths 1000-2000ft. 4. the number. toughness. It is not possible to estalbish a uniform safety factor each type of rope-using equipment. Larger safety factors are desirable.0 7.0 3.000 pounds and a total working load of 2.0 8.000 pounds would be operating a safety factor of five. as this factor can safely vary with conditions on individual units of equipment. C. SAFETY FACTORS The safety factor is the ratio of the strength of the rope to the working load. 7. the acceleration and deceleration.0 for depths 2000-3000ft. Type of Service Miscellaneous Hoisting Equipment Haulage Ropes Overhead and Gantry Cranes Jib and Pillar Cranes Derricks Small Electric and Air Hoists Hot Ladle Cranes Track Cables Guys Mine Shafts Safety Factor 5. The following talbe of minimum safety factors is submitted only as a guide.0 6.2 3. size and location of sheaves and drums.0 for depths 3000ft. grade. and the danger to life and property. but also on the speed of operation. increase economy.Grade : Galvanized B. the length of rope. as they represent greater safety and. These have been established by experience as the minimum safety factors required for safety and economy on the average installation. * SC Grade : Super C grade.0 6.0 6. in most cases. a wire rope with a strength of 10.0 6.CG.0 for depthe 500-1000ft. the type of fittings used for securing the rope ends. Thus. the facilities for inspection.

8 WS(36) + IWRC 6 WS(36) + IWRC 2. Table of Recommendations Cranes 1. Loading and Unloading Bridges. including the design and construction of the installation etc. Draglines Hoisting rope Boom lines Drag line Pennants 10 | Steel Wire Rope . Travelling Cranes (without clamshell) Derricks (running rigging) Hoisting ropes 6 WS(36) + IWRC 18 7 or 19 7 18 S(19) or 19 S(19) Boom and topping line 6 FI(25) + IWRC 3. Tower Cranes. We give some general recommendations and suggestions on the types of wire rope to be selected for various operation duties. to find out which factors have the most adverse effect on the service life of the wire rope. Portal Cranes. Slipway Ropes Winch ropes 4. Cranes with 1-part Ropes. in selecting the correct type of wire rope for a given application. Clamshall Cranes Holding and closing lines Boom hoist Trolley lines 6. Electirc Hoists Electirc Hoists 5. It will be necessary to make an analysis of all operation conditions. or rather as a way of thinking. RECOMMENDATION OF WIRE ROPE We shall try and convey some of our know-how and experience which may serve as a guide. Floation Derricks Main and top tackle ropes Luffing Runners Anchor ropes Mooring ropes Luffing stay-wires jib stay-wires 6 FI(25) + IWRC 6 WS(36) + FC or IWRC 18 7 or 19 7 18 S(19) or 19 S(19) 6 8 8 6 8 6 8 WS(36) + IWRC FI(25) + IWRC. 7 37 6 6 6 6 6 6 FI(25) + IWRC WS(36) + IWRC FI(25) + IWRC S(19) + IWRC FI(25) + IWRC FI(25) + IWRC Earth Moving Equipment 1. Trolleys Hoisting ropes Trolley lines 6 WS(36) + FC or IWRC 8 WS(31) + IWRC.10. Travelling Cranes. 8 WS(31) + IWRC WS(36) + IWRC WS(36) + IWRC WS(31) + IWRC FI(25) + IWRC WS(31) + IWRC 6 8 6 6 6 6 7 WS(36) + FC or IWRC WS(31) + IWRC FI(25) + IWRC WS(36) + FC or IWRC FI(25) + FC or IWRC FI(25) + FC or IWRC 19.

7 37 6 24 + 7 FC Hercules rope. 7 19 6 FI(25) + FC 6 FI(25) + FC. Inland wessels Mooring ropes Towing ropes Anchor lines Rigging Boom lines Runners 2. 6 WS(36) + FC 6 6 6 6 6 8 6 7 24 + 7 FC. 6 37 + FC WS(36) + FC or IWRC WS(36) + FC or IWRC WS(31) + IWRC 24 + 7 FC 7. 7 19 Steel Wire Rope | 11 . 8 WS(36) + IWRC 8 WS(41) + IWRC 6 FI(25) + FC. Springlay rope 6 24 + 7 FC Hercules rope Logging Industry Recommended types of rope In case of early fatique 6 FI(25) + IWRC 6 WS(31) + IWRC 6 S(19) + IWRC Shipping 1. Ocean-going vessels Mooring ropes Towing ropes Loading gear Anchor lines Rigging Hercules rope 6 24 + 7 FC 6 19 + 1 FC 6 24 + 7 FC 6 24 + 7 FC 6 WS(36)+1 FC 7 7. 6 FI(25) IWRC 6 FI(25) + IWRC. Bulldozers 5. 6 37 + FC WS(36) + FC 24 + 7 FC. boom lines. swing lines Guy line Mooring ropes Large mooring ropes 6 8 8 6 WS(36) + IWRC FI(25) + IWRC.2. stern line. Shovels Hoists Digging line Crowd rope Guy line and boom line 4. Dredges Bow line. 6 6 8 6 S(19) + FC or IWRC FI(25) + FC or IWRC S(19) + IWRC WS(36) + FC or IWRC 8 WS(31) + IWRC. 8 WS(31) + IWRC WS(36) + IWRC FI(25) + IWRC 6 WS(36) + IWRC 8 WS(31) + IWRC 8 WS(31) + IWRC 8 WS(31) + IWRC 7 19. side line Ladder hoists Barge handling ropes Runners. 6 WS(36) + FC 6 FI(25) + FC or IWRC 6 WS(36) + FC or IWRC 7 19. Clamshell Holding and closing line Boom line 3.

Cable tool drilling lines 2. Shaft hoisting ropes Shallow vertical shafts Deep vertical shafts Inclined shaft ropes 2. Coring. Water well drilling lines 3. Tugger hoist ropes 6 S(19) + IWRC 8. 6 S FI(36) + IWRC FI(25) + IWRC 37 class + IWRC S(19) + IWRC. Slope and inclined plane ropes 6 6 6 6 6 FI(25) + FC FI(25) + FC S(19) + FC S(19) + FC 7 + FC 3.3. Koepe or friction hoist ropes Tail or balance ropes Guide strand 12 | Steel Wire Rope FI(29) + IWRC. 6 S(17) + FC 5. Shaft sinking and counterweight ropes 18 7 4. Tubing and sucker rod lines 10. General haulage ropes 6 7 + FC. 6 WS(31) + IWRC 7 19 class + FC or IWRC 37 class + FC or IWRC 19 class + IWRC 37 class + IWRC Mining Industry 1. Pumping unit or horsehead lines 11. Casing lines 5. Fishing industry 6 WS(26) + FC 6 FI(25) + FC Oil Industry 1. retarder ropes 6 FI(25) + IWRC. Tong or jerk lines 8. Rotary drilling lines 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 18 6 6 6 6 6. Cathead lines 9. and swabbing lines 4. Winch lines 7. Mining machine ropes Head or pull and tail ropes Head or pull ropes 6. Ocean-going tugs Towing ropes Mooring ropes 6 WS(36) + FC or IWRC 6 24 + 7 FC (For automatic mooring installations) 6 WS (36) + FC 4. 3 S(19) Non-rotating 35 7(WA) Lock-coil track strand . 6 S(19) + FC 9. Mast raising(swing) lines SL(19) + FC FI(25) + FC 7 + FC 19 class + IWRC S(19) + IWRC WS(26) + IWRC 19 class + IWRC WS(31) + IWRC 24 + 7 FC WS(31) + FC 37 class + FC 37 class + FC or IWRC WS(26) + IWRC. spotter. Car puller. Slusher and scraper ropes 6 6 6 6 7. sand.

They should also be examined periodically and rope dressing renewed as required. Reels or coils should be kept off the ground and supported by timber. or turnatable revolve. care being taken at all times to ensure that the coil is held firmly together. Steel Wire Rope | 13 . METHOD OF UNCOILING SMALL COIL METHOD OF UNCOILING LARGE COILS CORRECT CORRECT INCORRECT INCORRECT CORRECT 2) Seizings It is important that before cutting ropes are properly seized with annealed mild steel wire or strand to avoid slack wires and possible rope distortion.11. Timber should be applied as a lever to one of the flanges to act as a brake. keeping the rope tight and preventing the reel from overrunning. Over-winding should be avoided at all times to obviate kinking. Coils may also be unwound by securing the free outside end of the rope and then rolling the coil along the ground. Handling and Care of Wire Ropes Ropes should be stored in a clean dry place under cover. avoiding tight coils or kinks. When the ropes are supplied in coils a turntalbe or swift should be employed and the free end pulled out with event tension as the swift. 1) Unreeling and Uncoiling Reels should be mounted on jacks and care taken to see that the reel rotates as the rope unwinds.

API. The best procedure is to use the Specification given in a previous order confirmation or invoice. number of layers of the rope on the drum with lifted load. size of grooves. Tensile strength : (ex. please state the following data: 1. 180 Kgs/mm2) 8. Usage : (ex. high temperature exposure etc. It is therefore. the data of the ropes used so far (see above) and their performance in actual practice. DIN & etc. Ungalvanized or galvanized : (ex. Preformed or non-preformed. Coil. Preformed) 6.) 10. the rope will be supplied in the nearest current type. a reeving diagram including all data on sheaves and drums such as diameters. special conditions. Clients who require our advice on improving the service life of ropes for and existing installation should furnish the following information: 1. Diameter or circumference : (ex. when asking for quotations or placing orders. groove spacing. Specification : (ex. pitch of grooves on the drum. Fishing. 14 | Steel Wire Rope . Direction and type of lay : (ex. lifting height etc.) 9. 2.) If parts of these data are not stated. 6. recommended always to state the service for which the rope is intended. Haul-back line & etc. 6 19+IWRC) 2. A-3 type) 7..How to Order Wire Ropes To avoid errors it is necessary. If the required rope has not been ordered before. Lubrication : (ex. On the basis of this data we will be albe to give expert advice on the type of repe to be used. intensity of service. 5. such as corrosive atmosphere. that the required rope be accurately specified. Packing : (ex. 25mm) 4. Construction and type of core : (ex. BSS. nominal and maximum loads. Galvanized) 3. Sky-line. : (ex. Wooden-drum etc. 3. 4. Right-Hand Regular Lay) 5.

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371 11.4 85.340 31.160 34 687.20 258.40 325.350 20 237.29 0.4 70.9 21.50 508.0 51.06 64.9 68.50 936. Stay.50 165.3 23.727 16 152.20 1.5 92.50 583.9 9.8 47.70 2.3 24.73 93.52 0.3 8.5 95.2 97.4 60.61 0.2 76.1 30.5 4.5 53.147 8 38.5 106.510 28 465.6 8.00 1.20 912.670 36 769.5 59.2 19.4 5.237 9 48.50 5.300 9.579 14 116. Weight per meter(kg/m) 6 21.4 44.0 10.4 9.140 25 371.2 4.210 38 858.88 41.For Mining Aerial Tramway.0 3.60 81.7 2.47 101.90 127.3 34.00 5.950 18 192.5 749.800 33.5 589.00 0.7 74.5 5.7 37.90 373.465 12 85.930 16 | Steel Wire Rope .5 13.9 26.134 6.40 4.50 3.334 10 59.60 3.4 2.2 74.38 0.10 236.3 24.1 216.3 5.70 3.41 25.30 0.200 19.23 0.039.30 4.62 0.40 816.0 41.8 78.360 40 951.5 7.40 1.5 54.680 32 609.60 209.3 2.290 35.320 26 402.5 85.45 58.80 2.18 23.10 643.4 298.10 2.1 41. etc Construction : 6Strands 7Wires per Strand 1 Fiber Core 6 7 + FC Minimum Breaking Load Diameter of Rope(mm) A & BG(165kg/mm2) kN B & CG(180kg/mm2) Tonnef kN Tonnef Approx.90 405.10 1.0 15.0 93.9 67.940 30 534.6 2.7 16.10 663.00 5.10 749.50 840.20 4.7 22.70 4.1 87.4 6.91 52.9 83.860 24 342.00 727.90 0.5 666.534 12.5 835.810 37.35 0.6 33.2 76.30 2.3 65.7 11.95 0.8 6.0 62.480 22.40 1.00 438.6 38.

9 21.5 4.15 99.5 84.00 2.720 37.2 67.50 1.50 1.00 1.5 111.010.60 569.00 1.00 163. Hoist and General Engineering Purposes Construction : 6 Strands 19 Wires per Strand 1 Fiber Core 6 Diameter of Rope(mm) 19 + FC Minimum Breaking Load A & BG(165kg/mm ) 2 kN Tonnef B & CG(180kg/mm2) Tonnef kN C(200kg/mm2) kN Tonnef Approx.420 60 1941.40 232.50 516.6 183.280 26 364.343.6 5.0 119.180 19.7 9.5 137.9 21.50 0.90 72.00 2.5 64.3 34.00 2.87 0.0 258.5 106.080 35.86 63.6 84.280 31.52 36.5 106.370 46 1137.For Crane.1 61.00 1.8 11.74 51.90 499.9 31.00 1.4 23.569 14 105.8 37.9 5.60 431.8 146.7 37.00 7.1 232.6 183.5 5.120 38 778.70 644.00 1.4 117.524 12.35 79.301.5 605.00 1.2 81.27 0.220 56 1691.5 679.40 358.75 40.1 40.450 Steel Wire Rope | 17 .1 154.260 40 863.50 3.039.9 36.6 234.1 7.850 30 485.460 22.275.00 9.70 367.3 19.10 632.0 124.00 1.0 124.20 0.8 218.8 16.794.000.44 91.7 73.7 131.147.35 0.295 9.5 973.460 28 422.8 52.70 0.9 10.80 803.9 72.608.6 4.70 1.5 163.46 46.00 1.30 723.70 330.00 7.40 319.100 25 337.8 4.00 11. Weight per meter(kg/m) 8 34.4 49.90 826.3 75.7 84.2 97.284.6 17.713 16 138.1 196.80 5.00 229.570 44 1039.90 2.40 255.0 26.70 714.4 270.30 744.00 1.2 71.820 42 951.794.80 112.330 20 215.1 82.1 45.5 3.40 829.70 2.3 39.50 2.40 5.1 15.0 114.6 147.8 125.2 113.00 209.00 205.233 9 43.700 47.590 36 699.050 45 1088.6 79.80 0.9 104.6 204.118.059.00 1.10 450.60 399.50 57.538.9 8.3 91.7 9.328 10 53.7 6.20 388.6 116.30 4.5 33.90 4.1 77.60 1.932 18 174.610 33.70 13.5 44.7 198.40 896.3 138.1 20.7 4.6 172.441.80 186.70 1.457 12 77.00 8.225.3 29.364 11.30 2.16 0.50 125.6 7.420 42.598.00 6.5 10.100 53 1515.00 1.80 14.7 5.00 1.00 5.7 43.00 10.019.50 3.431.5 758.8 5.10 147.830 24 310.7 58.3 164.90 4.00 2.210 50 1353.8 3.4 54.5 48.7 22.28 57.9 93.9 93.5 132.7 27.00 6.1 103.70 573.5 23.3 14.60 919.7 32.5 535.91 82.00 1.00 7.00 918.108.60 288.30 1.4 210.100 63 2140.5 1216.8 8.3 65.294.0 88.00 1.8 58.7 6.8 99.216.5 12.2 50.2 8.96 51.00 1.167.59 89.15 0.00 2.00 1.6 69.30 808.

30 2.588.70 916.9 135.280 44 1.241.50 990.79 93.163.00 1.4 85.310 19.5 95.3 179. Hoist and General Engineering Purposes Construction : 6 Strands 19 Wires per Strand Independent Wire Rope Core 6 Diameter of Rope(mm) 19 + IWRC Minimum Breaking Load A & BG(165kg/mm ) B & CG(180kg/mm2) kN kN 2 Tonnef Tonnef C(200kg/mm2) kN Tonnef Approx.831.00 1.0 139.50 1.530.35 88.2 242.5 106.1 77.20 12.50 439.8 4.5 671.208.7 110.80 210.70 4.70 11.1 11.93 41.50 10.00 1.2 71.679.00 700.429.00 5.160 30 539.7 22.0 7.9 129.10 2.40 1.48 0.0 124.50 1.410 20 239.00 1.2 75.20 139.40 4.10 407.40 7.9 114.216.5 225.404 11.1 56.5 1.50 2.1 258.60 7.70 5.50 647.620 22.258 9 48.110 42.350 56 1.500 63 2.150 33.30 3.20 1.7 162.40 16.3 24.60 281.588.8 68.30 405.70 1.90 2.9 26.6 38.490.7 141.0 15.00 63.50 227.0 284.5 9.0 191.00 475.40 354.450 42 1.0 41.40 0.5 28.80 4.3 44.3 45.02 0.50 666.5 93.50 58.2 8.4 117.8 6.030 24 345.629.00 889.270.30 256.0 88.1 129.010.67 0.60 7.9 5.4 137.00 129.2 66.60 1.4 7.680 38 863.5 33.For Crane.4 300.80 3.2 6.5 101.60 327.00 588.0 263.030 18 | Steel Wire Rope .18 0.5 840.60 166.5 64. Weight per meter(kg/m) 8 38.0 150.20 375.40 260.1 218.00 1.30 1.6 38.530 26 405.150 46 1.5 4.7 208.30 441.30 2.5 10.830 40 956.367.2 19.670 60 2.8 84.60 1.793 16 153.044.5 593.1 118.00 180.8 4.5 1.00 1.30 0.5 53.00 9.8 21.580 12.7 12.30 238.9 186.040 18 194.0 201.8 145.330 25 373.8 120.95 53.5 23.9 5.9 68.10 552.730 28 469.50 2.4 55.90 510.00 2.40 110.00 1.120 50 1.274.5 6.7 17.65 81.00 722.9 9.00 5.5 9.80 2.100 37.1 97.343.50 733.50 58.176.5 90.373.081.58 101.9 166.364 10 59.9 93.50 6.5 126.53 102.760.80 1.4 80.94 0.9 26.00 823.80 792.053.65 70.20 0.0 41.2 35.80 8.8 6.0 41.6 152.70 1.00 938.039.0 10.7 47.00 1.122.00 8.147.4 13.5 18.1 103.328 9.650 31.520 47.508 12 86.5 3.00 1.4 60.8 73.5 74.323.9 130.3 5.789.0 36.876.00 635.630 14 117.9 52.978.10 65.000 32 612.471.9 8.382.40 1.3 60.8 14.8 239.00 14.7 219.5 152.00 2.5 755.9 62.2 107.20 1.00 2.100 53 1.265.530 35.3 24.26 45.790 45 1.495.00 1.9 171.147.1 30.6 48.349.20 1.

5 12.7 42.000 63 1.3 3.55 0.951.8 37.310 42.0 7.730 35.0 1.4 5.0 2.1 76.1 20.6 5.0 1.4 34.53 48.225.5 1.50 0.9 171.8 4.2 123.5 54.333.9 362.080 26 332.657.7 27.4 49.400 58 1.430 45 1.9 308.804.5 1.539.4 197.478 12.8 2.029.2 180.0 11.2 675.8 125.2 2.180 37.416 12 70.212 9 39.720 47.0 10.108.5 49.765.4 773.670 24 283.0 1.1 1.330 22.4 28.1 180.510.1 214.06 43.6 17.0 1.790 40 786.8 532.4 247.7 136.080 19.7 68.0 6.519 14 96.5 754.9 4.3 3.7 6.382.2 173.9 7.1 1.4 4.4 4.8 21.290 10 49.8 7.47 0.5 199.1 20.0 0.9 4.8 63.7 105.2 857.290 33.128.1 25.2 5.3 602.4 39.3 45.000 44 952.4 4.5 80.For Marine and Engineering Purposes Construction : 6 Strands 24 Wires per Strand 7 Fiber Core 6 24 + 7FC Minimum Breaking Load Diameter of Rope(mm) A & BG(165kg/mm2) kN B & CG(180kg/mm2) Tonnef kN Tonnef Approx.0 13.990 31.43 0.300 53 1.9 31.3 14.3 102.9 98.5 888.7 78.02 53.2 118.0 1.2 97.670 38 710.1 56.5 76.9 16.0 72.000.22 77.910 25 306.0 12.330 56 1.4 18.200 60 1. Weight per meter(kg/m) 8 31.6 968.1 87.2 154.0 2.4 33.676.157.83 105.6 157.651 16 125.5 488.332 11.1 482.5 691.3 6.210 20 197.5 619.86 0.7 1.7 141.94 0.0 10.4 70.84 83.8 137.0 1.0 6.9 31.5 3.9 1.9 4.5 552.850 18 158.2 7.0 9.0 217.5 1.4 3.240 28 385.4 9.1 2.2 269.600 30 442.3 169.200 Steel Wire Rope | 19 .1 196.21 34.5 44.922.1 61.490 50 1.2 61.7 0.2 113.4 184.87 0.29 67.8 8.0 8.206.3 419.269 9.0 1.5 90.8 6.3 334.

5 595.3 195.667.00 1.70 155.0 181.5 526.00 5.00 95.3 314.4 117.0 5.300 67 2.6 152.422.20 976.72 0.8 78.6 53.7 291.20 325.4 28.9 7.9 57.20 0.200 20 | Steel Wire Rope .2 92.030.3 8.912.1 97.95 0.3 60.323.99 0.00 854.8 4.8 156.0 31.230 31.00 1.1 3.0 6.300 60 1.30 6.359 11.5 69.23 55.80 201.4 265.6 48.517 12.00 2.20 352.6 6.4 215.76 61.0 36.90 2.00 243.00 12.90 411.00 8.80 2.1 279.79 81.10 5.8 27.7 224.490.716.00 1.019.00 14.69 39.912.20 712.3 76.6 48.2 144.00 18.00 11.2 24.29 87.0 51.3 9.50 222.5 1.070 25 331.00 1.440 22.00 2.2 87.274.412.291 9.7 229.704 16 135.5 64.80 353.250 26 358.4 18. Hoist and General Engineering Purposes Construction : 6 Strands 37 Wires per Strand 1 Fiber Core 6 Diameter of Rope(mm) 37 + FC Minimum Breaking Load A & BG(165kg/mm ) B & CG(180kg/mm2) kN kN 2 Tonnef Tonnef C(200kg/mm2) kN Tonnef Approx.8 8.00 3.70 508.1 35.3 112.372.00 2.00 1.5 33.00 2.920 18 171.981.529.2 55.For Crane.20 478.147.9 36.5 48.6 126.8 68.70 198.5 746.0 4.2 325.80 4.60 768.451 12 76.5 5.101.310 20 211.2 3.8 42.5 38.900 63 2.1 5.736.00 20.9 104.677.383.6 12.80 144.200 71 2.177.5 38.00 1.00 8.3 45.7 162.490 45 1.0 31.60 225.100 56 1.6 17.60 381.4 5.9 42.00 2.00 3.7 99.2 273.90 2.04 0.4 7.196.9 3.853.80 3.160 19.6 22.70 1.00 16.60 110.00 2.3 195.6 7.9 140.10 283.230 9 43.1 20.80 548.70 1.0 207.0 243.588.10 794.050 40 849.4 122.60 904.40 443.00 2.9 259.187.90 0.0 20.4 324.50 183.078.2 66.00 10. Weight per meter (kg/m) 8 33.00 1.9 8.2 19.70 560.00 1.1 4.61 0.90 3.5 668.110 50 1.3 81.235.2 247.3 5.0 10.530 37.561 14 104.775.196.1 61.00 381.67 49.00 1.00 1.8 21.70 633.030 35.40 4.2 304.6 23.9 130.46 36.00 1.30 119.7 110.0 72.820 30 477.3 9.6 33.20 1.2 175.1 170.5 958.750 42.079.245.20 1.9 135.1 194.90 306.108.41 56.3 13.22 0.80 1.38 45.323 10 53.20 606.45 88.800 24 306.3 86.81 0.570 33.8 11.280 47.980 53 1.2 14.60 684.00 7.23 76.539.430 28 415.79 70.200 75 2.5 82.9 15.90 51.00 3.00 2.

2 76.00 1.980 50 1.68 0.00 540.981.8 47.15 86.1 51.500 12 85.1 252.46 57.16 44.853.000 18 191.80 4.7 182.600 22.060 75 3.284.5 64.00 51.7 291.6 136.6 85.338.1 169.87 62.00 6.2 278.9 8.3 96.0 12.8 16.157.6 22.5 54.50 162.90 1.02 0.00 1.3 6.40 7.870 71 2.20 3.573 12.8 4.80 0.80 2.3 189.470 35.4 60.461.00 868.60 345.00 3.70 1.200 45 1.70 1.300 25 369.8 63.789.50 205.5 833.10 1.0 5.6 5.529.20 2.00 431.00 632.40 319.666.5 8.0 13.5 38.482.6 162.7 3.33 0.6 240.20 1.500 26 402.1 6.9 88.358 10 59.6 126.0 10.00 8.7 22.4 365.00 2.1 35.4 298.1 41.00 20.079.For Crane.4 117.70 251.70 2.5 1.00 3.50 9.3 340. Weight per meter(kg/m) 8 38.387.600 40 946.3 112.0 4.60 1.020 37.5 5.437.781 16 151.60 5.1 82.3 8.72 91.50 15.098.50 500.5 1.5 17.8 327.478.50 619.9 217.00 3.7 353.8 7.00 17.00 715.580 31.180 56 1.49 0.00 11.00 232.80 2.8 78.353.5 15.9 21.5 69.323 9.9 9.6 271.00 275.00 772.7 58.3 7.5 666.3 24.147.1 25.130 30 534.10 0.05 63.90 0.50 2.294.5 53.6 5.2 35.2 19.9 109.019.80 135.5 220.45 99.80 5.680 28 465.9 73.0 10.00 465.00 1.26 55. Hoist and General Engineering Purposes Construction : 6 Strands 37 Wires per Strand Independent Wire Rope Core 6 Diameter of Rope(mm) 37 + IWRC Minimum Breaking Load A & BG(165kg/mm ) B & CG(180kg/mm2) kN kN 2 Tonnef Tonnef C(200kg/mm2) kN Tonnef Approx.2 11.7 146.9 68.7 6.00 2.50 428.549.9 197.95 40.8 47.20 255.390 Steel Wire Rope | 21 .8 234.50 1.1 257.579.450 20 237.00 12.90 380.90 1.00 3.80 0.60 1.068.7 37.657.00 1.60 175.3 55.334.480 60 2.10 3.50 968.330 63 2.3 91.5 748.8 151.400 42.1 175.5 92.00 3.931.90 125.239.9 98.40 352.870 33.6 43.6 141.50 683.4 122.5 588.50 8.1 30.7 131.70 397.731.998.2 74.860.3 314.10 107.1 215.863.593.37 99.070 47.00 1.50 68.196.6 203.50 573.00 897.5 44.255 9 49.2 10.50 1.7 9.58 79.80 2.7 5.6 28.398 11.4 23.721.8 394.000 24 327.2 40.50 1.00 22.0 26.9 104.00 222.7 32.90 2.70 3.135.70 14.50 1.206.622 14 116.5 33.30 804.290 19.800 67 2.2 304.5 158.950 53 1.00 2.

80 926.8 42.00 401.8 11.20 592.00 433.20 490.4 6.890 50 1.91 65.7 136.6 121.90 3.5 225.70 741.8 73.3 5.4 34.00 - - 7.00 - - 8.0 46.4 272.555 12.647.00 - - 12.5 199.60 - - 7.50 92.50 3.8 6.9 11.1 199.3 60.8 213.40 1.Construction : 6Strands 19.30 738.90 0.5 685.4 75.951.480. 25.90 4.970 44 1.853.00 83.78 42.60 912.8 88.5 980.90 729.1 40.900 22 | Steel Wire Rope .10 836.049.10 0.088.3 112.3 13.9 4.951.90 453.00 - - 9.348 10 54.0 5.3 40.0 26.3 8.5 17.5 85.40 100.00 - - 13.940 24 313.90 253.5 142.3 14.00 2.160 47.5 168.00 1.410 20 217.5 28.0 186.3 96.20 100.7 7.2 9.00 1.540 22.00 1.5 764.6 5.00 2.8 37.1 66.60 717.43 58.40 829.4 7.00 334.8 120.860 37.187.00 2.8 94.7 37.4 4.90 188.700 48 1.60 653.9 83.5 8.1 46.5 49.80 177.20 232.2 9.8 9.5 189.55 58.00 814.1 51.6 84.20 149.824.50 455.569.80 291.50 46.00 52.0 114.20 207.80 347.206.60 3.052.410 26 367.4 23.0 5.3 107.4 75.78 53.66 0.386 11.41 82.0 56.80 593.0 155.90 - - 5.059.30 567.8 21.30 - - 5.06 65.4 117.225.800 56 1.50 673.30 - - 6.312 9.6 74.20 1.1 20.3 6.170 42.50 1.00 1.70 362.363.3 107.392.80 136.7 53.00 1.7 136.00 1.706.00 1.00 1.118.0 62.4 148.90 113.6 8.1 4.73 0.814.60 2.30 950.470 45 1.7 22.9 27.3 29.3 50.756 16 139.00 - - 8.8 125.38 0.484 12 78.4 210.420 38 785.2 4.0 10.70 256.30 813.4 8.00 1.255.0 25.00 1.4 241.3 34.70 417.90 1.20 224.1 66.8 182.00 1.00 1.5 44.7 100.8 3.8 57.400 53 1.147.810 46 1.4 23.520.00 521. WS(26)+FC Diameter of Rope(mm) Minimum Breaking Load A & BG(165kg/mm ) 2 kN Tonnef B & CG(180kg/mm2) kN Tonnef C(200kg/mm2) SC(220kg/mm2) kN kN Tonnef Tonnef Approx.00 2.00 2.00 - - 10.20 0.33 59.30 650.W(19).000 60 1.5 539.247 9 44.6 43.603 14 106.6 22.2 66.7 37.00 574.00 1.00 1.230 25 340.020 30 490.5 12.4 5.00 1.60 125.5 611.100 58 1.00 - - 13.8 151.10 276.451.1 3.0 10.8 32.1 139.20 3.5 69.30 46.2 68.00 4.5 199.00 0.471.98 0.40 503.3 133.26 0.304.8 156.30 211.4 174.1 15.830 32 557.5 1.3 107.8 125.1 160.3 6.20 107.784.529.60 234.0 82.00 1.20 2.7 32.640 52 1.3 5.0 150.96 72. Weight per meter(kg/m) 8 34.4 55.00 - - 10.00 1.950 33.5 85.2 35.2 185.9 21.250 19.333.5 80.8 16.176.70 90.0 93.7 94.098.7 68.270.10 - - 6.42 90.40 652.610 28 426.3 128.55 37.333.7 58.3 60. FI(25).9 129.71 72.3 19.3 50.00 1.5 18. 26 Wires per Strand 1 Fiber Core 6 S(19).9 166.10 924.225.9 10.00 - - 8.627.00 1.00 1.570 40 870.049.363.988 18 175.470 31.70 321.9 78.20 164.10 369.50 392.80 1.330 35.

0 63.745.0 176.00 1.6 6.619 12.1 9.5 158.5 1.7 11.7 63.4 10.265.00 1.90 0.7 79.5 10.8 47.0 389.9 8.00 1.08 65.6 173.90 1.2 76.40 0.90 684.5 69.3 55.00 1.80 729.30 2.430 11.5 137.7 203.40 - - 6.40 205.2 113.3 169.0 357.0 636.5 64.00 1.0 1.735.0 560.2 24.3 9.1 191.420 37.770 44.90 466.5 158.5 28.70 294.90 997.10 103.50 - - 2.4 143.80 346.30 869.033.388 10.00 - - 10.0 10.510 Steel Wire Rope | 23 .2 40. 26 Wires per Strand Independent Wire Rope Core 6 S(19).0 487.0 420.Construction : 6Strands 19.7 162.5 23.9 36.7 136.910 28.00 - - 9.1 7. Weight per meter(kg/m) 8.255.28 0.275 9.90 126.1 4.0 158.9 21.50 80.7 84.5 8.873.333.45 0.9 11.910 50.2 83.7 136.83 92.0 20.4 49.6 12.00 1.40 - - 4.726.90 157.5 12.9 16.0 920.8 93.00 1.7 94.5 44.5 6.402.431.657.6 8.0 1.1 51.343.480 25.0 7.1 4.7 42.5 1.8 47.0 1.00 - - 7.0 212.1 14.00 190.8 120.16 44.1 72.333.27 56.10 0.10 621.7 5.90 706.0 1.70 541.400 33.700 48.10 824.118.9 31.880 42.5 57.0 40.696.60 260.1 30.40 135.2 71.77 73.0 2.35 66.50 115.50 429.5 18.00 1.9 26. WS(26) + IWRC Diameter of Rope(mm) Minimum Breaking Load A & BG(165kg/mm ) 2 kN Tonnef B & CG(180kg/mm2) kN Tonnef C(200kg/mm2) SC(220kg/mm2) kN kN Tonnef Tonnef Approx.50 224.70 1.059.990.00 - - 9.570 20.471.00 1.3 221.941.00 - - 8.00 - - 12.2 30.80 - - 3.8 146.90 107.00 116.3 6.5 873.830 35.00 465.1 160.1 25.8 177.50 397.650 53.9 99.8 5.1 129.50 47.690 26.0 249.8 88.4 148.6 32.40 661.0 1.3 101.490.0 41.80 - - 2.70 927.0 5.5 698.370 30.0 25.86 62.2 19.870 31.167.00 1.8 73.390 19.5 43.25 0.7 188.70 431.00 1.7 198.00 1.320 45.60 1.235.2 211.6 38.51 86.0 1.7 6.00 1.0 67.8 89.00 1.41 101.0 990.9 16.20 775.069.00 1.00 2.40 276.8 62.68 0.80 271.2 35.00 - - - - 13.402.90 241.63 99.0 114.0 201.40 - - 3.6 22.843 16.00 - - 11.80 - - 4.0 57.108. FI(25).40 - - 2.00 1.0 150.00 - - 6.5 5.210 40.60 504.7 11.5 718.00 - - 9. 25.348 9.10 253.10 - - 4.1 108.00 1.00 1.6 58.00 1.588.4 143.050 38.00 - - 6.80 0.672 14.3 39.549.5 616.00 1.6 105.80 146.10 970.549.6 178.5 101.00 753.720 22.04 73.0 1.0 51.6 152.6 126.5 97.71 59.30 373.3 13.5 7.3 128.50 69.843.10 405.00 - - 8.710 46.176.40 322.100 47.00 2.4 311.20 576.800 52.20 176.60 - - 5.6 27.160 24.100 56.451.00 1.20 298.6 74.4 6.0 121.0 94.569.8 4.80 51.4 9.1 226.100 18.270 32.539 12.079.00 1.

33 66.3 128.00 - - 11.40 745.42 90.2 45.9 7.6 8.8 52.00 2.029.5 142.270.363.00 445.30 813.40 652.8 6.7 203.8 57.321 9.0 10.580 22.81 65.300 60 2.00 - - - - 14.8 94.80 347.00 334.80 853.50 392.06 65.00 1.1 61.1 199.1 46.000.500.2 5.784.6 204.90 - - 5.30 46.253 9 50.60 125.4 122.0 25.00 1.1 66.720 40 889.050 33.3 14.2 81.90 253.1 191.50 3.70 90.71 72.10 369.00 - - 9.3 159.00 1.150 44 1.100 30 500.00 531. 36.5 18.Construction : 6Strands 29.5 90.4 4.496 12 78.8 120.20 586.26 0.20 1.5 781.6 5.66 0.70 567.6 84.70 362.1 6.5 189. WS(31).00 1.5 8.90 188.50 92.7 68.480.70 741.60 4.280 19.00 - - 7.5 168.70 321.080 42.90 4.00 411.20 232.2 87.5 56.00 1. (41) SES(37)+FC Diameter of Rope(mm) Minimum Breaking Load A & BG(165kg/mm ) 2 kN Tonnef B & CG(180kg/mm2) kN Tonnef C(200kg/mm2) C(220kg/mm2) kN kN Tonnef Tonnef Approx.20 207.100 56 1.00 1.70 256.6 121.5 163.396 11.363.4 96.660 46 1.00 1.80 653.176.70 673.00 1.930 32 568.7 110.8 151.480.00 - - 8. 37 Wires per Strand 1 Fiber Core 6 FI(29).50 455.60 2.2 9.00 605.60 - - 7.4 75.8 182.7 37.00 1.00 1.647.8 21.15 59. Weight per meter (kg/m) 8 39.2 77.9 67.657.52 53.1 66.873.3 8.3 34.9 21.20 224. (36).00 950.55 82.8 16.7 136.12 54.4 34.853.7 131.776 16 139.90 113.8 73.4 272.680 28 426.30 211.358 10 62.900 52 1.570 38 802.10 1.20 164.5 700.80 924.94 83. 41.255.40 1.8 37.333.00 - - 10.3 102.5 1.90 1.960 24 313.8 11.00 1.4 117.2 9.6 27.70 417.3 169.2 71.3 96.3 13.30 - - 5.3 5.00 453.380 47.1 191.73 0.078.618 14 106.930 48 1.30 - - 6.120 50 1.440 35.570 12.90 3.20 592.8 151.7 37.147.71 60.36 42.80 177.000.3 19.8 32.00 1.00 - - 12.0 26.50 1.00 829.990.5 142.1 15.560 31.00 1.90 0.05 42.20 3.5 28.43 58.5 17.00 1.20 149.3 29.20 107.5 551.00 2.2 4.3 40.4 153.5 85.6 79.470 26 367.8 6.0 82.7 105.1 56.60 662.4 241.00 83.00 2.00 0.80 291.5 54.40 490.5 623.40 1.80 1.70 831.40 516.00 - - 8.187.196.9 42.4 6.700 53 1.70 945.6 22.60 717.8 4.00 - - 9.520.6 100.38 0.20 100.1 139.80 136.128.200 24 | Steel Wire Rope .052.0 46.7 4.598.5 12.5 189.0 10.00 1.9 10.8 8.5 1.7 32.4 59.4 23.3 6.392.00 1.10 276.3 128.00 1.3 76.10 - - 7.4 75.255.284.280 25 340.4 23.4 7.440 20 217.60 - - 4.60 234.40 100.1 20.559.3 107.9 11.392.9 109.0 217.6 43.3 50.010 18 175.20 2.00 - - - - 13.0 5.400 58 1.00 1.3 60. 31.8 42.4 8.60 738.1 51.990 37.98 0.8 58.853.20 0.873.330 42 985.6 84.00 1.1 5.7 63.8 9.9 129.068.0 155.3 6.7 22.2 35.

3 66.20 97.7 746.4 2.4 744.91 6.10 102.1 105.893.5 34 35.6 860.9 551.30 122.559.255.2 1.088.784.5 14 16 18 19.0 879.70 156.5 3.3 747.90 51.0 3.70 90.510 4.950 5.00 160.760 2.80 100.780 7.441.098.90 43.10 47.6 42.00 349.2 325. (41).200 20.100 19.900 12.451.8 83.50 70.52 6.0 531.50 32.20 21.10 76.4 845.20 26.00 36.400 21.10 69.5 38 40 42 42.1 376.62 11.323.9 207.2 243.00 19.1 980.2 12 12.930 9.246.7 3.00 250.137.0 884.206.00 23.1 1.089.330 9.130 1.0 3.81 8.6 1.600 22.80 87.520.294.00 57.00 123.460 3.7 1.00 163.1 192.8 1.7 2.2 1.4 676.00 171.60 24.30 25.689 0.362.7 147. Weight per meter(kg/m) 0.00 147.000 11.90 10.7 490.5 36 37.559.370 7.70 92.00 - 48.00 126.00 203.755.058.9 620.676.7 1.710 6.198.00 177.282 0. 37 Wires per Strand Independent Wire Rope Core 6 7FI(29).8 296.3 99. SES(37)+IWRC Diameter of Rope(mm) 8 9 9.90 30.00 147.6 300.80 52.70 25.33 7.7 1.20 27.00 135.00 341.539.36 5.971.1 313.6 1.900 24.5 1.412.3 844.3 948.081.00 215.20 65.70 80.970 4.00 - C(220kg/ ) kN Tonnef 53.5 48 50 52 53 54 56 58 60 62 64 66 68 70 72 74 75 A & BG(165kg/ ) kN Tonnef Minimum Breaking Load B & CG(180kg/ ) C(200kg/ ) kN Tonnef kN Tonnef 39.8 788.00 261.8 359.0 74.6 1.400 12.800 15.402.5 609.00 76.6 1.8 509.80 60.55 9. WS(31).922.265.60 73.441.05 5.7 127.10 86.7 1.0 782.8 693.118.00 267.60 22.9 391.00 15.11 10.569.4 3.21 6.10 46.726.00 245.5 2.370 4.00 111.00 56.553 0.8 1.00 157.70 97.1 1.3 1.6 408.3 422.3 1.5 32 33.70 16.60 38.5 2.40 44.7 340.00 179.40 63.40 94.900 18.0 2.60 47.7 247.10 12.1 1.9 89.12 5.90 110.20 41.529.1 1.67 9.60 21.422.9 1.696.735.598.92 7.60 34.9 75.00 112.3 928.9 263.108.00 207.40 6.8 2.80 43.7 103.80 13.042.00 218.4 1.00 141.210 2.3 108.100 5.7 2.3 1.8 54.960 8.4 702.00 234.90 148.9 117.760 2.8 1.94 9.00 173.43 10.20 86.7 458. 31.00 196.8 2.4 24 25 26 28 30 31.200 11.80 27.70 54.3 422.430 1.363.00 241.2 56.1 77.980 3.3 951.00 107.0 124.60 17.90 30.9 67.2 2.1 270.70 95.441 0. 41.3 2.00 16.00 135.00 303.6 82.6 1.235.323.50 79.206.540 2.00 172.050 7.00 129.804.00 315.3 390.8 1.9 133.000.990.8 97.0 589.5 44 45 46 47.00 286.20 75.610 1.030.367 0.157.00 331.6 1.20 33.100 24.284.3 562.0 671.5 2.8 205.00 4.15 6.70 77.458.344.00 295.4 172.40 82.5 1.900 16.60 89.70 39.4 2.2 94. (36).127.4 - 5.70 39.6 959.00 220.83 7.00 192.61 8.9 232.4 250.2 1.9 2.00 159.5 10 11.7 1.20 96.7 903.7 50.5 469.1 60.8 117.2 722.2 1.398 0.70 86.560 6.950 10.530 8.1 639.30 65.382. 36.71 6.900 13.157.3 760.00 123.824.30 71.8 847.00 115.00 230.00 13.30 - Approx.800 14.2 273.00 138.6 432.20 62.7 931.9 1.00 359.200 6.0 62.882.2 2.00 278.10 50.00 106.4 1.686.5 158.3 820.1 3.00 186.1 20 22.2 1.9 1.00 182.864 1.90 83.961.00 322.5 810.7 508.00 200.635 0.6 218.7 2.1 1.2 60.0 1.00 144.10 68.1 - 4.58 12.4 - 4.Construction : 6Strands 29.800 Steel Wire Rope | 25 .20 131.6 2.00 216.618.5 162.8 640.0 468.0 67.10 12.2 1.

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