|Steel Grade:||Sha Steel||Standard:||AISI, ASTM, BS, DIN, GB, JIS|
|Type:||Ungalvanized||Model Number:||6K*19S+FC (IWRC)|
|Wire Diameter:||19.0MM||Tensile Of Strength:||1770Mpa|
|Packing:||1000m/reel||Coating:||With Black Grease|
steel wire coil,
galvanized wire rope
6K*19S+FC,6K*19S+IWRC Compacted Wire Rope / Steel Wire Cable Rope
|1.Steel Grade:||Bao steel , Sha steel , 45#,55#, 60# ,65# ,70# ,75#|
|4.Lay:||Right regular lay, Left regular lay, right lang’s lay, left lang’s lay|
|5.Coating||Bright(ungalvanized), Galvanized, stainless, PVC or Grease|
|6.Tensile of strength:||1670/ 1770/ 1870 N/MM2|
|7.Packaging Details:||In plywood reel/plastic reel/wooden reel/coil packing , and then can be palletized or put into a crate.|
|8. Standard:||GB/T, DIN, BS, ASTM, JIS,ISO|
|10. MOQ:||5 tons/ style or 5000m/ style, 1*20GP per order|
|11.Delivery Time:||Within 30 days after your official S/C and bank receipt of 30% deposit .|
|12.Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T|
Multi-strand ropes are all more or less resistant to rotation and have at least two layers of strands laid helically around a centre. The direction of the outer strands is opposite to that of the underlying strand layers. Ropes with three strand layers can be nearly non-rotating. Ropes with two strand layers are mostly only low-rotating.
Stranded ropes are an assembly of several strands laid helically in one or more layers around a core. This core can be one of three types. The first is a fiber core, made up of synthetic material or natural fibers like sisal. Synthetic fibers are stronger and more uniform but cannot absorb much lubricant. Natural fibers can absorb up to 15% of their weight in lubricant and so protect the inner wires much better from corrosion than synthetic fibers do. Fiber cores are the most flexible and elastic, but have the downside of getting crushed easily. The second type, wire strand core, is made up of one additional strand of wire, and is typically used for suspension. The third type is independent wire rope core (IWRC), which is the most durable in all types of environments. Most types of stranded ropes only have one strand layer over the core (fibre core or steel core). The lay direction of the strands in the rope can be right (symbol Z) or left (symbol S) and the lay direction of the wires can be right (symbol z) or left (symbol s). This kind of rope is called ordinary lay rope if the lay direction of the wires in the outer strands is in the opposite direction to the lay of the outer strands themselves. If both the wires in the outer strands and the outer strands themselves have the same lay direction, the rope is called a lang lay rope (from Dutch langslagcontrary to kruisslag, formerly Albert’s lay or langs lay). Regular lay means the individual wires were wrapped around the centers in one direction and the strands were wrapped around the core in the opposite direction.
Information needed for quotation:
1.Application: For which rope will be used.
2.Size: Diameter of the rope in milimeter or inches.
3.Construction: Number of strands, number of wires per strand and type of strand construction.
4.Type of Core: Fiber core(FC), independent wire rope core(IWRC) or independent wire strand core(IWSC).
5.Lay: Right regular lay,left regular lay,right lang lay,left lang lay.
6.Labrication:Preformed or not.
7.Material: Bright(ungalvanized),galvanized or stainess steel
8.Grade of wire: Tensile strength of wires
9.Breaking Load: Minum or calculated breaking load in tones or pounds.
10.Length: Length of wire rope.
11.Packing: In coils wrapped with oil paper and hessian(orp.p)cloth, or on wooden reels.
12.Quantity: By number of coils or reels,by length or weight
13.Specification: Any recognized specification, if necessary.
14.Certification: Mill sheet and/or a third party's inspection,if necessary.
15.Remarks: Shipping marks and any other special requirments.
Packing and Loading:
500m/reel , 1000m/reel , kraft paper , wooden reels , wooden pallets , usually about 20-22 tons/20GP