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4th Edition

01 - WIRE ROPE & STRAND

HANDBOOK 4th Edition

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Wire Rope Characteristics


Care & Maintenance
Wire Rope
Superflex Wire Rope
Crane Rope
Hi Performance Crane Rope
Elevator Rope
Galvanised Strand
PVC Wire Rope
Lubricant
Corrosion Protection
Cleaning

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Wire Rope & Strand Characteristics

Fibre Core (FC)

Size
Ropes are referred to by a diameter. The correct way to
measure wire rope is shown below.

A bre core, generally sisal, provides a resilient foundation


for the strands in the rope structure. Fibre cores are used for
ropes that are not subjected to heavy loads and where exibility
in handling is required. Fibre Cores are inadequate where wire
rope is subjected to heavy loading, prolonged outdoor exposure
and crushing on small drums and sheaves.
Wire Rope Core (WRC)
Construction

In the example above, each individual wire is arranged around


a central wire to form a 7-wire strand. Six of these strands are
formed around a central core to make a wire rope. The rope is
specied at 6 x 7 (6/1) i.e., six strands of seven wires.
The actual range of wire rope Constructions is wide and varied
but the number could be limited to approximately twenty-ve.
The size and number of wires in each strand, as well
as the size and number of strands in the rope greatly affect
the characteristics of the rope. In general, a large number of
small-size wires and strands produce a exible rope with good
resistance to bending fatigue. The rope Construction is also
important for tensile load (static, live or shock) abrasive
wear, crushing, corrosion and rotation.
Cores
A number of core types is available and each gives
specified properties to the rope:
1. Wire Strand Core (WSC) - Strand usually of the
same Construction as the outer strands.
2. Fibre Core (FC) - Sisal or polypropylene.
3. Wire Rope Core (WRC) - a wire rope usually of
6 x 7 (6/1)/1 x 7 (6/a) Construction.
Wire Strand Core (WSC)

Wire rope core is preferred for operating ropes in applications


of high tensile stress, high compression loads on small drums
and sheaves (such as on earthmoving equipment) and high
operating temperatures (such as cranes handling large
quantities of molten metal). A rope with WRC is approximately
11% heavier and 7.5% stronger than bre cored rope of the
same size.
Lay
This refers to the way the wires in the strands, and the
strands in the rope are formed into the completed rope.
The wire strands are essentially laid up in a planetary
motion with controlled twist being imparted to produce
a tightly formed rope.
The term Lay is used in three ways:
1. To describe the direction in which the strands are laid in
the rope right or left.
In a Right Hand Lay strands are laid around the rope core
in a clockwise direction - see illustration. In a Left Hand Lay,
the strands are laid anti-clockwise - see illustrations. Steel
Wire Ropes are conventionally produced Right Hand Lay
unless special circumstances require Left Hand Lay.
2. To describe the direction in which the wires are stranded in
relation to the direction of the strands in the completed rope,
e.g. Ordinary Lay or Langs Lay.
Ordinary Lay means the wires in a strand are laid in a
direction opposite to the direction in which the strands are
laid in the nal rope.
Langs Lay means the wires in a strand are laid in the same
direction in which the strands are laid in the nal rope.
Langs Lay ropes have superior properties in resistance to
wear, abrasion, fatigue and scufng. This is illustrated below,
where it can be seen that wear on an outer wire is distributed
over a far greater area than in Ordinary Lay.
3. Lay is also a measure of the pitch of a strand in a rope.

These cores are chiey for standing ropes (guys or rigging),


and offer high tensile strength and, owing to the larger wires in
the core, greater resistance to corrosion.

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The main components of wire rope are shown below.

Characteristics of Lay

RIGHT HAND ORDINARY LAY

LEFT HAND ORDINARY LAY

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RIGHT HAND LANGS LAY

LEFT HAND LANGS LAY

Wire ropes are usually supplied in the following tensile


ranges:
Minimum Tensile

Abbreviated
Description

Black (bright,
ungalvanised) wire

1770 MPa

B1770 grade

Galvanised wire

1570 MPa

G1570 grade

NOTE: G1770 (Galvanised 1770 Mpa) is the preferred grade


for galvanised ropes other than standard multiple operation
ropes of 6 x 7, 6 x 19, 6 x 24 and 6 x 36 Construction.
However, other special tensile ranges can be supplied in
both galvanised and black as follows: 1220 MPa, 1420 MPa,
1970 MPa, 2070 MPa and 2250 MPa.
With the increasing use of heavy-duty and more compact
equipment (e.g. power winches on mobile cranes and mine
winding) there is a gradual upward trend in the required rope
wire tensile range. However, as factors other than strength
influence the life of wire rope, the specification application must
be kept in mind when the tensile strength of the wire is selected.

Care and Maintenance


Breaking In

A wire rope may be looked upon as a machine composed of


a large number of moving parts. As such it should be broken
ONE ROPE LAY
in as soon as it is installed, by loading it very lightly for a few
cycles and then gradually stepping up the load, to enable both
The direction of rope Lay does not affect the breaking force of
a rope. However, the combination of strand lay and rope lay will wires and strands to bed down into the working positions,
greatly affect the rope characteristics and this factor must be with the load distributed as uniformly as possible.
taken into consideration when choosing a rope. Although the lay The use of spinners or swivels should be avoided whenever
possible. All ropes should be reeled onto winch drums as tightly
length can slightly affect rope behaviour the dominant aspect
that influences performance is the direction of lay and whether and uniformly as possible during the initial installation.
Lubrication
it is Langs Lay or Ordinary Lay. For example, the importance
of rope lay is evident in a four-part high lift grab where rotation
Lubrication impregnated into the rope during manufacture is not
of the grab is prevented by the use of alternate right-hand and
sufficient to last the life of the rope. Additional lubrication should
left-hand ropes.
be done during the service.
Lubrication
The frequency of lubrication in the field is determined by the
operating conditions of the rope e.g., high-speed heavy duty
When a rope is operated over a drum or sheave, the strands
and wires move relative to one another. To reduce the resultant operation calls for more frequent lubrication, as do wet and/or
corrosive conditions.
friction within the rope as well as the friction between the rope
and drum or sheave, ropes are lubricated in manufacture.
For general purpose applications medium viscosity black oil is
In addition this lubrication also retards corrosion and inhibits
considered suitable. For corrosive conditions a high penetrating,
possible rotting of the fibre core. In special applications a
water repellent rush-inhibiting oil should be used.
combination of lubricants may be required for example, the
Inspection
core and inner wires of the strands may be heavily lubricated
Wire rope is tough and durable, but nonetheless expendable
while the lighter lubrication may be applied to outer wires and
and eventually reaches the end of its safe service life.
strands.
Rope deterioration becomes noticeable through the
Wire rope cores are normally heavily lubricated irrespective
presence of broken wires, surface wear, corrosion, wire or
of the outer strand lubrication. Regular lubrication is more
strand distortion due to mechanical abuse, or drastic reduction
beneficial than applying large amounts infrequently.
in diameter and lengthening of the lay. Also deterioration can be
Quality Control
detected by the use of non-destructive testing techniques. Wire
ropes should periodically be inspected for signs of deterioration.
Standard Specifications
All ropes are produced to comply with the requirements of the
Australian Standards. These specifications require wire to be
produced to AS1394. All ropes comply to AS3569 Steel Wire
Ropes.
The companys testing facilities are constantly engaged on
the testing of both works production and samples received for
examination.
For investigation and customer service purposes, a nondestructive testing unit, operated by Bullivants trained staff is
available. Enquiries concerning use of this equipment or advice
on non-destructive testing please contact your local Bullivants
branch. A full report of all site examination is issued.
Steel Quality - Tensile Strength
Production methods, equipment and quality control in
steelmaking and wire drawing ensure that wire rope conforms
to Australian and International Standards.

Wire Rope Terms


Minimum Breaking Force (MBF)
MBF is the minimum load or force, guaranteed by the
manufacturer after which the rope will break. It is based on the
use of wires of nominal size and the minimum tensile strength.
This is the figure which should be used for design of rope
equipment.
Diameter
The measurement across the centre line of the circle
circumscribing the outer wires of a strand or the outer
strands of a rope.
Design Factor
Term applied to the required ratios of rope breaking force to
total rope force due to load. Normally set by Statutory bodies,
e.g. Mines Departments, Navigation Departments, Lifts and
Scaffolding Departments.

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Working Load Limit (WLL)

When calculating the working load limit of a wire rope sling


an allowance is made for the terminations. The table below
(extracted from AS2759) gives the percentage that should be
applied to a WLL calculation involving a particular rope tting.

(a) Turnback eye with


pressed aluminium
alloy ferrule.

(b) Flemish eye with


pressed sleeve.

(c) Hand-spliced eye.

(d) Open swaged socket.

(e) Closed swage socket.

(f) Open poured socket.

(g) Closed poured


socket.
Figure 5.3 (in part) Terminal Rope Attachments.
Type of rope fitting
or end attachment

Typical tensile
efficiency % (Note 1)

Resistance to
vibration and impact

Ease of fitting in field

Refer to notes below

Turnback eye with pressed aluminium alloy ferrule:

80(mm) rope diameter

95

Good

2&3

> 80(mm) rope diameter

90

Good

80(mm) rope diameter

95

Good

2&3

> 80(mm) rope diameter

90

Good

8 20(mm) rope diameter

90

Good

Good

20 60(mm) rope diameter

80

Good

Good

> 60(mm) rope diameter

75

Good

Open swaged socket

100

Good

Fair

2&3

Closed swaged socket

100

Good

Fair

2&3

Open poured socket

100

Fair

Good

Closed poured socket

100

Fair

Good

Wedge grip capel

100

Fair

Good

Wedge type socket

80

Fair

Excellent

80

Good

4&5

Good

Very good

4&5

Flemish eye with pressed sleeve:

Hand spliced eye:

Eye with wire rope grips


Eye with st grips

80

Notes:
1. Where langs Lay rope is used, the efciency is up to 15% less than that given
2. Fitting in the eld is not uncommon, but specialised equipment is necessary.
3. Fitting in eld is generally restricted to ropes with a diameter of no more than 20mm.
4. Not to be used for lifting applications.
5. When tted with the required number of wire rope grips, refer to AS2076 or the manufacturers recommendation.

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The WLL is the safe load that a rope can carry on a particular
service. The WLL should be based on the minimum breaking
force, not the actual breaking force, which can vary depending
on Construction and size. The recommended minimum design
factors for steel wire ropes under general conditions are as per
AS2759.
Ropes that are used on appliances complying with any of the
parts of the AS1418 or AS1735 series of Standards shall be
subject to design factors specied by those standards. AS1666
series of standards species the design factors for wire rope
used in wire rope slings.
Design factors less than the above may be used, subject to the
appropriate risk assessment being done by a competent person
for a particular application.
Due account should be taken of the number of parts and the
efciency whenever the design factor of a system is being
determined.
Regulatory authorities or other Standards may require other
design factors.
Efficiency of Terminal Rope Attachments

6x25 Construction: Unit of Measure - metre

6x24 Construction: Unit of Measure - metre

Min Breaking
Force (kN)

Approx. Mass
(kg/100m)

110104

9mm

1770 Black Fibre RHOL 47.3

29.1

110007

9mm

1770 Black Wire RHOL 51.0

33.4

Finish

Min Breaking
Force (kN)

Approx. Mass
(kg/100m)

1570

Gal.

Fibre RHOL 28.7

20.4

110009

10mm

1770 Black Wire RHOL 63.0

41.8

110032

1570

Gal.

Fibre RHOL 36.4

25.8

110037

10mm

2070

Wire RHOL 73.5

41.8

110000

10

1570

Gal.

Fibre RHOL 44.9

31.8

140017

11mm

1770 Black Wire RHOL 76.2

50.6

110115

11

1570

Gal.

Fibre RHOL 54.3

38.5

110041

12mm

1770 Black Wire RHOL 90.7

60.2

140006

12

1570

Gal.

Fibre RHOL 64.0

45.8

110123

13mm

1770

110013

13

1570

Gal.

Fibre RHOL 75.9

53.8

110001

13mm

1770 Black Wire RHOL 106.0 70.7

110046

14

1570

Gal.

Fibre RHOL 88.0

62.4

110128

14mm

1770 Black Wire RHOL 124.0

82

110016

16

1570

Gal.

Fibre RHOL 115.0 81.5

110049

16mm

1770 Black Wire RHOL 161.0

107

110017

18

1570

Gal.

Fibre RHOL 145.0

103

110055

18mm

1770 Black Wire RHOL 204.0

135

110058

20

1570

Gal.

Fibre RHOL 180.0

127

110141

18mm

1770

Gal.

Wire RHOL 204.0

135

110176

26

1570

Gal.

Fibre RHOL 304.0

215

140018

3/4"

EIPS

Gal.

Wire RHOL 262.0

149

110196

32

1570

Gal.

Fibre RHOL 460.0

326

110151

20mm

1770 Black Wire RHOL 252.0

167

110064

22mm

1770 Black Wire

RHLL 305.0

202

110063

22mm

1770 Black Wire RHOL 305.0

202

110068

7/8"

EIPS

Gal.

Wire RHOL 354.0

206

110070

24mm

1770

Gal.

Wire RHOL 363.0

241

140019

1"

EIPS

Gal.

Wire RHOL 460.0

269

110177

26mm

1770 Black Wire RHOL 426.0

283

110077

28mm

1770 Black Wire RHOL 494.0

328

110191

1 1/8"

EIPS Black Wire RHOL 578.0

337

110084

32mm

1770 Black Wire LHOL 645.0

428

110078

32mm

1770

Wire RHOL 645.0

428

110083

32mm

1770 Black Wire RHOL 645.0

428

Lay

Grade

110006

Core

Diameter (mm)

Lay

26.7

Core

1770 Black Wire RHOL 40.3

Finish

8mm

Grade

Diameter

110028

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Commonly used for slings or static applications (not


recommended for dynamic applications).

ORDER CODE

Suitable for general engineering purposes.

Other sizes and configurations can be made to order.

Gal.

Gal.

Gal.

Wire RHOL 106.0 70.7

Other sizes and configurations can be made to order

10

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6x36 Construction: Unit of Measure - metre

Grade

Min Breaking
Force (kN)

Approx. Mass
(kg/100m)

22

1770

Black Wire RHOL 305.0

202

110033

1770

Wire RHOL

51.0

33.8

110163

22

1770

Black Wire

305.0

202

110105

1770

Black Wire RHOL

51.0

33.8

110169

24

1770

Gal.

Wire RHOL 363.0

241

110034

2070

Black Fibre RHOL

55.3

30.8

110071

24

1770

Gal.

Wire LHOL

363.0

241

110109

10

1770

Black Fibre RHOL

58.4

38

110072

24

1770

Black Fibre RHOL 336.0

219

110010

10

1770

Wire RHOL

63.0

40.8

110073

24

1770

Black Wire RHOL 363.0

241

110110

10

2070

Black Fibre RHOL

68.3

38

110171

24

1770

Black Wire LHOL

363.0

241

110039

11

1770

Black Fibre RHOL

70.7

46

110024

26

1770

Wire RHOL 426.0

283

110040

11

2070

Black Fibre RHOL

82.7

46

110075

26

1770

Black Wire RHOL 426.0

283

110119

12

1770

Gal.

Fibre RHOL

84.1

54.7

140010

26

EIPS

Gal.

Wire RHOL 472.0

283

110042

12

1770

Gal.

Wire RHOL

90.7

60.2

110187

28

1770

Gal.

Fibre RHOL 458.0

298

110014

13

1770

Gal.

Wire RHOL 106.0

70.7

110188

28

1770

Gal.

Wire LHOL

494.0

328

140020

13

1770

Black Wire RHOL 106.0

70.7

110025

28

1770

Gal.

Wire RHOL 494.0

328

110045

13

2070

Black Fibre RHOL

64.3

110004

28

1770

Black Wire RHOL 494.0

328

110015

14

1770

Wire RHOL 124.0

82

110026

28

1770

Black Wire LHOL

494.0

328

110129

14

1770

Black Wire RHOL 124.0

82

110195

30

1770

Black Wire RHOL 567.0

362

140007

14

EIPS

82

111116

31.5

1770

Gal.

Wire RHOL 625.1

407

110047

14

2070

Black Fibre RHOL 134.1

74.5

110027

32

1770

Gal.

Wire RHOL 645.0

428

110134

15

2070

Black Wire RHOL 165.8

90

110085

32

1770

Black Wire RHOL 645.0

428

140021

16

1770

Gal.

Fibre RHOL 150.0

97.3

111117

33.5

1770

Gal.

Wire RHOL 707.0

467

110003

16

1770

Gal.

Wire RHOL 161.0

107

110206

36

1770

Gal.

Wire RHOL 817.0

542

110052

16

1770

Black Wire RHOL 161.0

107

140011

36

EIPS

Gal.

Wire RHOL 907.0

542

140022

16

2070

Black Fibre RHOL 175.3

97.3

110093

38

EIPS

Gal.

Wire RHOL 1010.0

588

140023

18

1770

Wire RHOL 204.0

135

110092

38

1770

Black Wire RHOL 910.0

604

110056

18

1770

Black Wire RHOL 204.0

135

110218

40

1770

Black Wire RHOL 1010.0

669

110146

18

2070

Black Fibre RHOL 221.8

123

110226

44

1770

Gal.

Wire RHOL 1220.0

140008

18

EIPS

Gal.

Wire RHOL 226.0

135

110095

52

EIPS

Gal.

Wire RHOL 1760.0 1125

140024

20

1770

Gal.

Wire RHOL 252.0

167

111118

52

EEIPS

Gal.

Wire RHOL 1930.0 1125

110059

20

1770

Black Fibre RHOL 234.0

152

110233

64

EIPS

Gal.

Wire RHOL 2690.0 1708

110060

20

1770

Black Wire RHOL 252.0

167

110831

64

EEIPS

Gal.

Wire RHOL 2950.0 1708

110061

20

1770

Black Wire LHOL

252.0

167

111119

71

EEIPS

Gal.

Wire RHOL 3530.0 2042

140009

3/4

EIPS

Wire RHOL 262.0

170

110832

76

EIPS

Gal.

Wire RHOL 3711.0 2408

110155

20

1770

252.0

167

111120

76

EEIPS

Gal.

Wire RHOL 4160.0 2408

140025

22

1770

Wire RHOL 305.0

202

Gal.

Gal.

Gal.

Gal.

Gal.

Gal.

Wire RHOL 143.0

Black Wire
Gal.

115.1

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RHLL

Gal.

RHLL

810

Other sizes and configurations can be made to order

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Diameter (mm)

110162

Lay

ORDER CODE

26.7

Core

Approx. Mass
(kg/100m)

40.3

Black Wire RHOL

Finish

Min Breaking
Force (kN)

1770

Lay

Grade

Core

Diameter (mm)

110100

Finish

ORDER CODE

Suitable for general engineering purposes.

Approx. Mass
(kg/100m)

ORDER CODE

Diameter (mm)

Grade

Finish

Min Breaking
Force (kN)

Approx. Mass
(kg/100m)

1570

Gal.

Fibre RHOL

2.1

1.7

110375

3.5

1570

Gal.

Fibre RHOL

5.8

3.86

110387

2.5

1570

Gal.

Fibre RHOL

3.2

2.65

110376

1570

Gal.

Fibre RHOL

7.7

5.8

110373

1570

Gal.

Fibre RHOL

4.7

3.22

110379

1570

Gal.

Fibre RHOL 12.0

8.8

110062*

22

1570

Gal.

RHOL 252.0 170.7

110371

1570

Gal.

Fibre RHOL 17.6

12.4

PP

Other sizes and configurations can be made to order.


*C Lube

Lay

Core

Min Breaking
Force (kN)

Lay

Finish

110385

Core

Grade

Suitable for general engineering purposes, winch, pulling and


marine applications.

Diameter (mm)

Suitable for guying barrier wire, catenary and punt haulage


applications.
ORDER CODE

6x19 Construction: Unit of Measure - metre

For winch & pulling applications the diameter required


depends on the sheave / winch drum ratio.
Other sizes and configurations can be made to order.

6x19S (9/9/1) Construction: Unit of Measure - metre


6x41 Construction: Unit of Measure - metre

Suitable for logging, aerial, winch, pulling applications.

1770 Black Wire

RHOL

204.0

133

110057

20

1770 Black Wire

RHOL

252.0

164

140016

22

1770 Black Wire

RHOL

305.0

198

110074

26

1770 Black Wire

RHOL

426.0

277

110076

28

1770 Black Wire

RHOL

494.0

321

For winch & pulling applications the diameter required


depends on the sheave / winch drum ratio.
Other sizes and configurations can be made to order.

12

Approx. Mass
(kg/100m)

18

Min Breaking
Force (kN)

110054

Lay

105

110086

32

1770 Black Wire

RHOL

645.0

429

110091

36

1770 Black Wire

RHOL

817.0

542

110211

36

1770 Black Fibre RHOL

757.0

488

110220

40

1770 Black Wire

RHOL 1010.0

668

110224

42

1770 Black Wire

RHOL 1114.0

740

110094

44

1770 Black Fibre RHOL 1130.0

814

Core

161.0

Finish

RHOL

Grade

1770 Black Wire

Diameter (mm)

16

ORDER CODE

140015

Approx. Mass
(kg/100m)

106.0 69.3

Min Breaking
Force (kN)

RHOL

Lay

1770 Black Wire

Core

13

Finish

110012

Grade

Diameter (mm)

Suitable for general engineering purposes.


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6x7 Construction: Unit of Measure - metre

Other sizes and configurations can be made to order

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Superflex Wire Rope

Tirfor Ropes: Unit of Measure - metre

Superflex Rope - Plaited Steel Cables:


Unit of Measure - metre

110002 6x25 16

2070

Gal.

Wire RHOL 188.0 106

Lay

7x7 Construction: Unit of Measure - metre

110360 Three - 0 (30)

12

2250 Gal. 100

75

47

110361 Three - 5 (35)

14

2250 Gal. 100

95

60

110362

Four - 0 (40)

16

2250 Gal. 100 125

79

110363

Four - 5 (45)

18

2250 Gal. 100 157

103

110369

Five - 0 (50)

20

2250 Gal. 100 210

125

110364

Six - 5 (65)

26

2250 Gal. 100 340

212

110365

Eight - 0 (80)

34

2070 Gal.

50

530

337

110370

Ten -0 (100)

40

2070 Gal.

50

780

499

Grade

Finish

Min Breaking
Force (kN)

Approx. Mass
(kg/100m)

1570

Gal.

Wire RHOL

2.3

1.7

110398

2.5

1570

Gal.

Wire RHOL

3.6

2.6

110389

1570

Gal.

Wire RHOL

5.1

3.7

110402

1570

Gal.

Wire RHOL

9.0

6.5

110377

2070

Gal.

Wire RHOL 18.9

10.4

110408

1570

Gal.

Wire RHOL 20.3

14.3

110381

2070

Gal.

Wire RHOL 26.8

15

110383

2070

Gal.

Wire RHOL 37.2

20.2

110030

2070

Gal.

Wire RHOL 47.6 25.66

110035

2070

Gal.

Wire RHOL 59.3

32

110043

12

1570

Gal.

Wire RHOL 81.2

56.7

Lay

Diameter (mm)

110384

Core

ORDER CODE

Suitable for guying & catenary.

Rope deterioration becomes noticeable


through the presence of broken wires, surface
wear, corrosion and wire or strand distortion
due to mechanical abuse or drastic reduction in
diameter and lengthening of the lay. At Bullivants
our team of technical service representatives are
qualified to carry out inspections of your lifting
equipment to ensure compliance to standards
allowing you the comfort of knowing that you
are working safely.

Other sizes and configurations can be made to order

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50.9

Approx. Mass
(kg/100m)

Wire RHOL 89.0

MBF (kN)

Gal.

Reel Size (metre)

2070

Finish

110011 6x25 11

Grade

Approx. Mass
(kg/100m)

25.5

Ferrule Size
(mm)

Min Breaking
Force (kN)

Wire RHOL 44.0

Construction

Finish

Gal.

110005 6x19

Core

Grade

2070

Construction

ORDER CODE

Diameter (mm)

Suitable for winching and tirfor units.

ORDER CODE

Superflex Plaited Steel Cables suitable for assembly into


slings and flexible rigging gear. Used for winching and cable
pulling applications. Rotation resistant, 2070 Rope which is
approximately 20% stronger than 1770 Grade rope of the same
diameter. Galvanised finish.

Crane Rope

35 x 7 Powerform: Unit of Measure - metre

Rotation resistant wire rope is a rope of two or more layers of


strands counter laid to achieve opposing torque under load, and
reduce the tendency of the rope to rotate under load.
Note: Rotation resistant wire rope is not recommended for
luffing applications.
18 x 7 Construction Rotation Resistant Crane Rope:
Unit of Measure - metre

Gal.

Fibre RHOL 33.3

19.8

110243

2070

Gal.

Fibre RHOL 43.4

25.6

110247

2070

Gal.

Fibre RHOL 55.0

32.9

110248

10

2070

Gal.

Fibre RHOL 67.9

40.2

110249

10

2070 Black Fibre RHOL 67.9

40.2

110250

11

2070 Black Fibre RHOL 82.2

47.3

110251

12

2070 Black Fibre RHOL 97.8

58

140012

16

2070 Black Fibre RHOL 173.8 103.4

14

1960 Black Wire

RHLL 180.0 98.6

140013

14

1960

112058

15

1960 Black Wire

RHLL 206.6

113

112059

16

1960 Black Wire

RHLL 233.0

129

111025

17

1960 Black Wire

RHLL

148

111027

18

1960 Black Wire

RHLL 300.0

163

111029

19

1960 Black Wire

RHLL 331.0

182

111031

20

1960 Black Wire

RHLL 372.0

201

111033

21

1960 Black Wire

RHLL 402.0

224

111035

22

1960 Black Wire

RHLL 444.0

243

23

1960 Black Wire

RHLL 482.0

270

24

1960 Black Wire

RHLL 531.0

290

111121

25

1960 Black Wire

RHLL

318

110282

26

1960 Black Wire

RHLL 621.0

340

110285

28

1960 Black Wire

RHLL 720.0

394

111122

28

2160

RHLL 788.0

394

Lay

12

2160

Galv

Wire RHLL 119.0

64.5

111037

110254

13

2070 Black Wire RHLL 134.0

75.7

110256

14

2070 Black Wire RHLL 155.0

88.0

110242

16

2070 Black Wire RHLL 204.0

115

110244

18

2070 Black Wire RHLL 255.0

145

110260

19

2070 Black Wire RHLL 290.0

162

110262

20

2070 Black Wire RHLL 316.0

179

110263

22

2070 Black Wire RHLL 389.0

217

140101

24

2070 Black Wire RHLL 464.0

258

140102

26

2070 Black Wire RHLL 543.0

303

110286

28

2070 Black Wire RHLL 629.0

351

110287

32

2070 Black Wire RHLL 808.0

459

14

Lay

110278

111194

Core

Approx. Mass
(kg/100m)

110823

Min Breaking
Force (kN)

RHLL 155.0 85.1

Finish

1960 Black Wire

Grade

13

Diameter (mm)

35 x 7 Construction Rotation Resistant Crane Rope:


Unit of Measure - metre

110822

Gal.

Gal.

Approx. Mass
(kg/100m)

2070

Min Breaking
Force (kN)

Lay

110265

Core

16.5

Finish

Approx. Mass
(kg/100m)

14.3

Fibre RHOL 27.4

Grade

Min Breaking
Force (kN)

Fibre RHOL 24.4

Gal.

Diameter (mm)

Finish

Gal.

2070

ORDER CODE

Grade

2070

6.5

Core

Diameter (mm)

110246

ORDER CODE

110245

A sample of rope from each production batch is tested to


destruction in order to confirm compliance with breaking
force values.
Maximum resistance to rotation.
Suitable for use on single part and multi-part hoist reeving
systems.
High fatigue lift resulting from unique compaction process.
Increased resistance to crushing. Recommended for multilayer spooling operations.
Increased abrasion resistance resulting from unique
compaction process.
Fully lubricated in manufacturing.

ORDER CODE

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Powerform compacted rope is a steel wire rope which has


been manufactured using individually compacted strands.
During the compaction process the outside diameter of the
strand is reduced and steel moves into the empty voids
between the wires within the strand. The forming process
also produces a very smooth exterior strand surface.
Special Features:

Wire RHOL 180.0 98.6

Wire

268

575

Other sizes and configurations can be made to order.


Note: Non-rotating wire rope is not recommended for
luffing applications.

1300 722 999

verope - High Performance Crane Rope


verotop: Grade 1960
Unit of Measure - metre

ORDER CODE

Diameter (mm)

Unit Weight
(kg/m)

ORDER CODE

Diameter (mm)

verotop is most suitable for high lifting applications.


verotop is a rotation resistant rope made with outer
and inner strands compacted.
verotop has an extremely high breaking strength with
very strong resistance to drum crushing.
The rope is fully lubricated and made both of galvanised
and ungalvanised wires.
Rotation resistant ropes should be used with a swivel.

140120

58.51

5.97

0.327

110852

27

666.5

67.96

3.720

140121

74.05

7.55

0.413

110853

28

716.8

73.09

4.001

110833

10

91.42

9.32

0.510

110854 28.6 (1 1/8")

747.8

76.25

4.174

140123

11

110.6

11.28

0.617

110855

29

768.9

78.40

4.292

140100

12

131.7

13.42

0.735

110856

30

822.8

83.90

4.593

110835

12.7 (1/2")

147.5

15.04

0.823

110857

31

878.6

89.59

4.904

110836

13

154.5

15.75

0.862

110858

32

936.2

95.46

5.226

110837

14

179.2

18.27

1.000

110859

33

995.6

101.5

5.557

110838

15

205.7

20.98

1.148

110860

34

1057

107.8

5.899

110839

16

234.0

23.87

1.306

110861

35

1120

114.2

6.251

110840

17

264.2

26.94

1.475

110862

36

1185

120.8

6.614

110841

18

296.2

30.20

1.653

140124

38

1320

134.6

7.369

110842

19

330.0

33.65

1.842

140125

40

1463

149.2

8.165

110843

20

365.7

37.29

2.041

111134

41

1537

156.7

8.578

110844

21

403.2

41.11

2.250

111135

42

1613

164.4

9.002

110845

22

442.5

45.12

2.470

111136

43

1690

172.4

9.435

110846

22.4 (7/8")

458.7

46.78

2.561

111137

44

1770

180.5

9.879

110847

23

483.6

49.32

2.700

111138

46

1935

197.3

10.80

110848

24

526.6

53.70

2.939

111139

48

2106

214.8

11.76

110849

25

571.4

58.26

3.189

111140

50

2286

233.1

12.76

110850

25.4 (1")

589.8

60.14

3.292

111141

52

2472

252.1

13.80

110851

26

618.0

63.02

3.450

1960 Grade

kN

t(m)

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kN

t(m)

Unit Weight
(kg/m)

Minimum Breaking Strength

1960 Grade

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Benefits of verotop:

verotop: Grade 2160


Unit of Measure - metre

Diameter (mm)

Unit Weight
(kg/m)

ORDER CODE

Diameter (mm)

verotop is most suitable for high lifting applications.


verotop is a rotation resistant rope made with outer
and inner strands compacted.
verotop has an extremely high breaking strength with
very strong resistance to drum crushing.
The rope is fully lubricated and made both of galvanised
and ungalvanised wires.
Rotation resistant ropes should be used with a swivel.
ORDER CODE

111123

62.75

6.40

0.327

110882

27

714.8

72.88

3.720

111124

79.42

8.10

0.413

110883

28

768.7

78.38

4.001

110863

10

98.05

10.00

0.510

110884 28.6 (1 1/8")

802.0

81.78

4.174

111133

11

118.6

12.10

0.617

110885

29

824.6

84.08

4.292

110864

12

141.2

14.40

0.735

110886

30

882.4

89.98

4.593

110865

12.7 (1/2")

158.1

16.13

0.823

110887

31

942.2

96.08

4.904

110866

13

165.7

16.90

0.862

110888

32

1004

102.4

5.226

110867

14

192.2

19.60

1.000

110889

33

1068

108.9

5.557

110868

15

220.6

22.49

1.148

110890

34

1133

115.6

5.899

110869

16

251.0

25.59

1.306

110893

35

1201

122.5

6.251

110870

17

283.4

28.89

1.475

110894

36

1271

129.6

6.614

110871

18

317.7

32.39

1.653

111125

38

1416

144.4

7.369

110872

19

354.0

36.09

1.842

111142

40

1569

160.0

8.165

110873

20

392.2

39.99

2.041

111159

41

1648

168.1

8.578

110874

21

432.4

44.09

2.250

111160

42

1730

176.4

9.002

110875

22

474.6

48.39

2.470

111161

43

1813

184.9

9.435

110876

22.4 (7/8")

492.0

50.16

2.561

111162

44

1898

193.6

9.879

110877

23

518.7

52.89

2.700

111163

45

1985

202.5

10.33

110878

24

564.8

57.59

2.939

111164

46

2075

211.6

10.80

110879

25

612.8

62.49

3.189

111165

48

2259

230.3

11.76

110880

25.4 (1")

632.6

64.50

3.292

111166

50

2451

249.9

12.76

110881

26

662.8

67.58

3.450

111167

52

2651

270.3

13.80

16

Minimum Breaking Strength


2160 Grade

kN

t(m)

Minimum Breaking Strength

kN

t(m)

Unit Weight
(kg/m)

01 - WIRE ROPE & STRAND

Benefits of verotop:

2160 Grade

1300 722 999

verotop P: Grade 1960 & 2160


Unit of Measure - metre
Benefits of verotop P are:

ORDER CODE

Diameter (mm)

Unit Weight
(kg/m)

ORDER CODE

Diameter (mm)

verotop P is a rotation resistant rope suitable as hoist rope especially for


cranes working in the marine environment, such as deck cranes on ships.
verotop P has a plastic layer between the inner and outer strands. All strands
are compacted.
The steel-plastic combination increases structural stability.
verotop P has an extremely high breaking strength with good resistance to
drum crushing.
The rope is fully lubricated and made both of galvanised and ungalvanised
wires.
Rotation resistant ropes should be used with a swivel.

110895

16

234.0

23.86

1.330

140066

16

248.7

25.36

1.330

110896

17

264.2

26.94

1.502

140067

17

280.8

28.63

1.502

110897

18

296.2

30.20

1.684

140068

18

314.8

32.10

1.684

110898

19

330.0

33.65

1.876

140069

19

350.7

35.76

1.876

110899

20

365.6

37.28

2.079

140070

20

388.6

39.63

2.079

140047

21

403.1

41.10

2.292

140071

21

428.5

43.69

2.292

140048

22

442.4

45.11

2.515

140072

22

470.2

47.95

2.515

140049

22.4 (7/8")

458.6

46.77

2.608

140073

22.4 (7/8")

487.5

49.71

2.608

140050

23

483.5

49.31

2.749

140074

23

513.9

52.41

2.749

140051

24

526.5

53.69

2.994

140075

24

559.6

57.06

2.994

140052

25

571.3

58.25

3.248

140076

25

607.2

61.92

3.248

140053

25.4 (1")

589.7

60.13

3.353

140077

25.4 (1")

626.8

63.91

3.353

140054

26

617.9

63.01

3.513

140078

26

656.8

66.97

3.513

140055

27

666.3

67.95

3.789

140079

27

708.3

72.22

3.789

140056

28

716.6

73.07

4.075

140080

28

761.7

77.67

4.075

140057 28.6 (1 1/8")

747.7

76.24

4.251

140081 28.6 (1 1/8")

794.7

81.03

4.251

140058

29

768.7

78.38

4.371

140082

29

817.1

83.31

4.371

140059

30

822.7

83.88

4.677

140083

30

874.4

89.16

4.677

140060

31

879.9

89.72

4.995

140084

31

933.7

95.20

4.995

140061

32

936.0

95.44

5.322

140085

32

994.9

101.4

5.322

140062

33

995.4

101.5

5.660

140086

33

1058

107.9

5.660

140063

34

1057

107.7

6.008

140087

34

1123

114.5

6.008

140064

35

1120

114.2

6.367

140088

35

1190

121.4

6.367

140065

36

1185

120.8

6.736

140089

36

1259

128.4

6.736

140126

38

1320

134.6

7.505

140128

38

1403

143.1

7.505

140127

40

1462

149.1

8.316

140129

40

1554

158.5

8.316

140169

41

1537

156.7

8.737

140176

41

1633

166.5

8.737

140170

42

1612

164.4

9.168

140177

42

1714

174.8

9.168

140171

43

1690

172.3

9.610

140178

43

1796

183.2

9.610

140172

44

1770

180.4

10.06

140179

44

1881

191.8

10.06

140173

45

1851

188.7

10.52

140180

45

1967

200.6

10.52

140174

46

1935

197.3

11.00

140181

46

2056

209.6

11.00

140175

48

2113

215.5

11.97

140182

48

2238

228.2

11.97

kN

t(m)

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t(m)

2160 Grade

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01 - WIRE ROPE & STRAND

1960 Grade

Minimum Breaking Strength


Unit Weight
(kg/m)

Minimum Breaking Strength

Unit of Measure - metre


Benefits of verotop E:

Diameter (mm)

Unit Weight
(kg/m)

ORDER CODE

Diameter (mm)

verotop E has a high breaking strength with very strong


resistance to drum crushing.
verotop E is fully lubricated and made both of galvanised
and ungalvanised wires.
verotop E is a very flexible rope.
verotop E should be used with a swivel.
ORDER CODE

140197

55.00

5.61

0.311

140148

60.24

6.14

0.311

140198

69.61

7.10

0.394

140149

76.24

7.77

0.394

140199

10

85.94

8.76

0.486

140150

10

94.12

9.60

0.486

140200

11

104.0

10.60

0.589

140151

11

113.9

11.61

0.589

140201

12

123.8

12.62

0.700

140152

12

135.5

13.82

0.700

140202

13

145.2

14.81

0.822

140153

13

159.1

16.22

0.822

140203

14

168.4

17.18

0.953

140154

14

184.5

18.81

0.953

140204

15

193.4

19.72

1.094

140155

15

211.8

21.59

1.094

140205

16

220.0

22.43

1.245

140156

16

241.0

24.57

1.245

140206

18

278.5

28.39

1.576

140157

18

305.0

31.10

1.576

140207

19

310.3

31.64

1.756

140158

19

339.8

34.65

1.756

140208

20

343.8

35.05

1.945

140159

20

376.5

38.39

1.945

140209

22

416.0

42.41

2.354

140160

22

455.5

46.45

2.354

140210

23

454.6

46.36

2.573

140161

23

497.9

50.77

2.573

140211

24

495.0

50.48

2.801

140162

24

542.1

55.28

2.801

140212

25

537.1

54.77

3.040

140163

25

588.3

59.98

3.040

140213

26

581.0

59.24

3.288

140164

26

636.3

64.88

3.288

140214

27

626.5

63.89

3.546

140165

27

686.1

69.96

3.546

140215

28

673.8

68.71

3.813

140166

28

737.9

75.24

3.813

140216

29

722.8

73.70

4.090

140167

29

791.6

80.71

4.090

140217

30

773.5

78.87

4.377

140168

30

847.1

86.38

4.377

18

Minimum Breaking Strength


1960 Grade

kN

t(m)

Minimum Breaking Strength

kN

t(m)

Unit Weight
(kg/m)

01 - WIRE ROPE & STRAND

verotop E: Grade 1960 & 2160

2160 Grade

1300 722 999

52.81

5.38

0.279

110963 28.6 (1 1/8")

674.9

68.82

3.560

140131

66.84

6.82

0.353

110964

29

693.9

70.76

3.660

140132

10

82.51

8.41

0.435

110965

30

742.6

75.72

3.917

140133

11

99.84

10.18

0.527

110966

31

793.0

80.86

4.182

140099

12

118.8

12.12

0.627

110967

32

844.9

86.15

4.456

140134

12.7 (1/2")

133.1

13.57

0.702

110968

33

898.6

91.63

4.739

140135

13

139.4

14.22

0.735

110969

34

953.9

97.27

5.031

140136

14

161.7

16.49

0.853

110970

35

1011

103.1

5.331

140137

15

185.6

18.93

0.979

110971

36

1069

109.0

5.640

110948

16

211.2

21.54

1.114

110972

38

1191

121.5

6.284

110949

17

238.5

24.31

1.258

110973

40

1320

134.6

6.963

110950

18

267.3

27.26

1.410

110974 41.3 (1 5/8")

1407

143.5

7.423

110951

19

297.9

30.37

1.571

110975

42

1456

148.5

7.677

110952

20

330.1

33.66

1.741

110976

44

1597

162.9

8.425

110953

21

363.9

37.10

1.919

140138

45

1671

170.4

8.813

110954

22

399.4

40.72

2.106

110978

46

1746

178.0

9.209

110955

22.4 (7/8")

414.0

42.22

2.184

110979 47.5 (1 7/8")

1862

189.8

9.819

110956

23

436.5

44.51

2.302

110980

48

1901

193.8

10.03

110957

24

475.3

48.46

2.507

110981

50

2063

210.3

10.88

110958

25

515.7

52.58

2.720

110982

52 (2")

2231

227.5

11.77

110959

25.4 (1")

532.3

54.28

2.808

110983

54

2409

245.6

12.69

110960

26

558.8

56.98

2.942

111156

56

2597

264.8

13.65

110961

27

601.5

61.33

3.172

111157

58

2778

283.3

14.64

110962

28

646.9

65.96

3.412

111158

60

2970

302.9

15.67

t(m)

Unit Weight
(kg/m)

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Minimum Breaking Strength

kN

t(m)

Unit Weight
(kg/m)

kN

1960 Grade

Diameter (mm)

Diameter (mm)

140130

Minimum Breaking Strength

ORDER CODE

ORDER CODE

verostar 8 has a plastic layer between the core and outer


strands, these being made of convential round wires.
verostar 8 has a good structural stability.
The rope is fully lubricated and made both of galvanised
and ungalvanised wires.
Non rotation resistant ropes should not be used with a swivel.

1960 Grade

19

01 - WIRE ROPE & STRAND

verostar 8: Grade 1960


Unit of Measure - metre
Benefits of verostar 8:

veropro 8: Grade 1960


Unit of Measure - metre

Diameter (mm)

Unit Weight
(kg/m)

ORDER CODE

Diameter (mm)

veropro 8 has a plastic layer between the


core and the compacted outer strands.
veropro 8 has a high breaking load and good
structural stability.
The rope is fully lubricated and made both of
galvanised and ungalvanised wires.
veropro 8 is suitable for multi layer spooling.
veropro 8 has a good resistance against drum crushing.
Non rotation resistant ropes should not be used with a swivel.
ORDER CODE

140139

56.98

5.81

0.293

111003

28

698.1

71.18

3.595

140140

73.00

7.44

0.371

111004

28.6 (1 1/8")

718.2

73.24

3.751

140141

10

89.04

9.08

0.459

111005

29

738.5

75.30

3.856

140142

11

107.7

10.99

0.555

111006

30

790.3

80.58

4.127

110984

12

128.2

13.07

0.660

111007

31

843.8

86.05

4.407

110985

12.7 (1/2")

143.6

14.64

0.740

111008

32

911.0

92.89

4.695

110986

13

151.3

15.43

0.775

111009

33

956.2

97.51

4.994

110987

14

174.8

17.82

0.899

111010

34

1025

104.5

5.301

110988

15

202.7

20.67

1.032

111011

35

1076

109.7

5.617

110989

16

229.4

23.39

1.174

111012

36

1138

116.0

5.943

110990

17

257.3

26.24

1.325

111013

38

1268

129.3

6.621

110991

18

288.5

29.42

1.486

111014

40

1405

143.3

7.337

110992

19

323.5

32.99

1.655

111015

41.3 (1 5/8")

1496

152.5

7.812

110993

20

356.2

36.32

1.834

111016

42

1549

157.9

8.089

110994

21

392.7

40.04

2.022

111017

44

1696

172.9

8.877

110995

22

433.7

44.22

2.219

111018

45

1774

180.9

9.285

110996

22.4 (7/8")

446.8

45.56

2.301

111019

46

1860

189.6

9.703

110997

23

471.0

48.03

2.426

111020

47.5 (1 7/8")

1977

201.6

10.35

110998

24

514.3

52.44

2.641

111021

48

2019

205.9

10.56

110999

25

558.2

56.92

2.866

111022

50

2198

224.1

11.46

111000

25.4 (1")

574.4

58.57

2.958

111023

52

2369

241.6

12.40

111001

26

607.8

61.98

3.100

111024

54

2586

263.7

13.37

111002

27

649.1

66.19

3.343

20

Minimum Breaking Strength


1960 Grade

kN

t(m)

Minimum Breaking Strength

kN

t(m)

Unit Weight
(kg/m)

01 - WIRE ROPE & STRAND

Benefits of veropro 8

1960 Grade

1300 722 999

veropro 8: Grade 2160


Unit of Measure - metre
Benefits of veropro 8

ORDER CODE

Diameter (mm)

Unit Weight
(kg/m)

ORDER CODE

Diameter (mm)

veropro 8 has a plastic layer between the


core and the compacted outer strands.
veropro 8 has a high breaking load and good
structural stability.
The rope is fully lubricated and made both of
galvanised and ungalvanised wires.
veropro 8 is suitable for multi layer spooling.
veropro 8 has a good resistance against drum crushing.
Non rotation resistant ropes should not be used with a swivel.

140143

59.99

6.12

0.293

111044

28

734.9

74.94

3.595

140144

75.93

7.74

0.371

111045

28.6 (1 1/8")

766.7

78.18

3.751

140145

10

93.74

9.56

0.459

111046

29

788.3

80.38

3.856

140218

11

113.4

11.57

0.555

111047

30

843.6

86.02

4.127

140090

12

135.0

13.76

0.660

111048

31

900.8

91.85

4.407

111026

12.7 (1/2")

151.2

15.42

0.740

111049

32

959.9

97.87

4.695

140091

13

158.4

16.15

0.775

140097

33

1021

104.1

4.994

111028

14

183.7

18.73

0.899

111051

34

1084

110.5

5.301

140092

15

210.9

21.51

1.032

140098

35

1148

117.1

5.617

111030

16

240.0

24.47

1.174

111053

36

1215

123.9

5.943

140093

17

270.9

27.62

1.325

111054

38

1354

138.0

6.621

111032

18

303.7

30.97

1.486

111055

40

1500

152.9

7.337

140094

19

338.4

34.50

1.655

111056

41.3 (1 5/8")

1597

162.8

7.812

111034

20

374.9

38.23

1.834

111057

42

1654

168.6

8.089

140095

21

413.4

42.15

2.022

111058

44

1815

185.1

8.877

111036

22

453.7

46.26

2.219

111059

45

1895

193.2

9.285

140096

22.4 (7/8")

470.3

47.96

2.301

111060

46

1980

201.9

9.703

111038

23

495.9

50.56

2.426

111061

47.5 (1 7/8")

2111

215.3

10.35

111039

24

539.9

55.05

2.641

111062

48

2156

219.8

10.56

111040

25

585.9

59.74

2.866

111063

50

2343

239.0

11.46

111041

25.4 (1")

604.7

61.66

2.958

111064

52

2535

258.5

12.40

111042

26

633.7

64.61

3.100

111065

54

2733

278.7

13.37

111043

27

683.3

69.68

3.343

kN

t(m)

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kN

t(m)

2160 Grade

21

01 - WIRE ROPE & STRAND

2160 Grade

Minimum Breaking Strength


Unit Weight
(kg/m)

Minimum Breaking Strength

veropower 6: Grade 1960


Unit of Measure - metre
Benefits of veropower 6

ORDER CODE

Diameter (mm)

111075

20

375.1

38.25

1.975

111076

21

413.6

42.17

2.178

111077

22

453.9

46.29

2.390

111078

22.4 (7/8")

470.6

47.98

2.478

111079

23

496.1

50.59

2.612

111080

24

540.2

55.08

2.844

111081

25

586.2

59.77

3.086

111082

25.4 (1")

605.1

61.70

3.186

111083

26

634.0

64.65

3.338

111084

27

683.7

69.72

3.600

111085

28

735.3

74.98

3.871

111086

28.6 (1 1/8")

767.1

78.22

4.039

111087

29

788.7

80.43

4.153

111088

30

844.1

86.07

4.444

111089

31

901.3

91.90

4.745

111090

32

960.4

97.93

5.056

111143

33

1021

104.1

5.378

111144

34

1084

110.6

5.709

111145

35

1149

117.2

6.050

111146

36

1215

123.9

6.400

111147

38

1354

138.1

7.131

111148

40

1501

153.0

7.902

111149

41

1598

162.9

8.414

111150

42

1654

168.7

8.712

111151

44

1816

185.1

9.561

111152

45

1899

193.7

10.00

111153

46

1985

202.4

10.45

111154

48

2161

220.3

11.38

111155

50

2345

239.1

12.35

22

Minimum Breaking Strength

kN

t(m)

Unit Weight
(kg/m)

01 - WIRE ROPE & STRAND

veropower 6 is a flexible steel-plastic combination rope with double parallel


layed strands. All strands are compacted and rotary swaged.
veropower 6 has an extremely high breaking strength and is very resistant
against abrasion.
veropower 6 is suitable for multi layer spooling systems with guided loads.
The rope is fully lubricated and made both of galvanised and ungalvanised
wires.

1960 Grade

1300 722 999

veropower 8: Grade 1960


Benefits of veropower 8:

ORDER CODE

Diameter (mm)

Unit Weight
(kg/m)

ORDER CODE

Diameter (mm)

veropower 8 is a flexible steel-plastic combination rope with double parallel


layed strands. All strands are compacted and rotary swaged.
veropower 8 has an extremely high breaking strength and is very resistant
against abrasion.
veropower 8 is most suitable for multi layer spooling systems with guided
loads.
The rope is fully lubricated and made both of galvanised and ungalvanised
wires.
veropower 8 should not be used with a swivel.

111091

12

144.1

14.70

0.719

111112

29

841.7

85.82

4.200

111092

13

161.4

16.46

0.806

111113

30

902.2

92.00

4.495

111093

13

169.1

17.25

0.844

111114

31

961.8

98.07

4.800

111094

14

196.2

20.00

0.979

111115

32

1025

104.5

5.114

111095

15

225.2

22.96

1.124

140146

33

1090

111.1

5.439

111096

16

256.2

26.12

1.279

140147

34

1157

118.0

5.773

111097

17

291.8

29.75

1.443

140183

35

1226

125.0

6.118

111098

18

324.3

33.06

1.618

140184

36

1297

132.3

6.473

111099

19

364.4

37.16

1.803

140185

38

1446

147.5

7.212

111100

20

400.3

40.82

1.998

140186

40

1601

163.3

7.991

111101

21

441.4

45.00

2.203

140187 41.3 (1 5/8")

1705

173.9

8.509

111102

22

485.2

49.47

2.417

140188

42

1765

180.0

8.810

111103

22.4 (7/8")

502.2

51.20

2.506

140189

44

1938

197.6

9.669

111104

23

529.4

53.98

2.642

140190

45

2027

206.7

10.11

111105

24

576.5

58.78

2.877

140191

46

2118

215.9

10.57

111106

25

625.5

63.78

3.121

140192 47.5 (1 7/8")

2258

230.2

11.27

111107

25.4 (1")

645.7

65.84

3.222

140193

48

2306

235.1

11.51

111108

26

676.5

68.99

3.376

140194

50

2502

255.1

12.49

111109

27

729.6

74.39

3.641

140195

52

2706

275.9

13.50

111110

28

784.6

80.01

3.916

140196

54

2918

297.6

14.56

111111

28.6 (1 1/8")

818.6

83.47

4.085

1960 Grade

kN

t(m)

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Minimum Breaking Strength

kN

t(m)

Unit Weight
(kg/m)

Minimum Breaking Strength

1960 Grade

23

01 - WIRE ROPE & STRAND

Unit of Measure - metre

vero 4: Grade 1960


Unit of Measure - metre

Diameter (mm)

vero 4 is a 4-strand rotation resistant hoist rope.


All strands are compacted.
The constructional chosen long lay of the strands makes
it insensible against outer mechanical impacts.
vero 4 has a high breaking load.
vero 4 is fully lubricated and made either of galvanised or
optional ungalvanised wires.
vero 4 is extremely flexible.
ORDER CODE

111168

54.1

5.52

0.269

111169

68.5

6.99

0.340

111170

10

84.6

8.63

0.420

111171

11

102.4

10.44

0.509

111172

12

121.8

12.42

0.605

111173

13

143.0

14.58

0.710

111174

14

165.8

16.91

0.824

111175

15

190.3

19.41

0.946

111176

16

216.6

22.08

1.076

111177

18

274.1

27.95

1.362

111178

19

305.4

31.14

1.517

111179

20

338.4

34.50

1.681

111180

22

409.4

41.75

2.034

111181

24

487.2

49.68

2.421

111182

25

528.7

53.91

2.627

111183

26

571.8

58.31

2.841

111184

27

616.7

62.88

3.064

111185

28

663.2

67.63

3.295

111186

29

711.4

72.54

3.534

111187

30

761.3

77.63

3.782

111188

31

812.9

82.89

4.039

111189

32

866.2

88.33

4.303

111190

33

921.2

93.93

4.577

111191

34

977.9

99.71

4.858

111192

35

1036

105.7

5.148

111193

36

1096

111.8

5.447

24

Minimum Breaking Strength

kN

t(m)

Unit Weight
(kg/m)

01 - WIRE ROPE & STRAND

Benefits of vero 4:

1960 Grade

1300 722 999

Construction

Dia. (mm)

Grade

Finish

Core

Lay

MBF (kN)

Application

Brand

110312

6X19S

6.5

1570

Black

Wire

RHOL

25.9

Single Wrap

Gustav Wolf F3

110313

8X19S

1570

Black

Wire

RHOL

38

Single Wrap

Gustav Wolf F3

110314

8X19W

9.5

1570

Black

Wire

RHOL

57.5

Multiple Wrap

Gustav Wolf F7

110315

8X19S

9.5

1570

Black

Wire

RHOL

54.4

Single Wrap

Gustav Wolf F3

110308

8X19W

10

1570

Black

Wire

RHOL

60.4

Multiple Wrap

Gustav Wolf F7

110316

8X19S

10

1570

Black

Wire

RHOL

60.5

Single Wrap

Gustav Wolf F3

110309

8X19W

11

1570

Black

Wire

RHOL

76.8

Multiple Wrap

Gustav Wolf F7

110317

8X19S

11

1570

Black

Wire

RHOL

73.4

Single Wrap

Gustav Wolf F3

110318

8X19S

12

1570

Black

Wire

RHOL

86.8

Single Wrap

Gustav Wolf F3

110310

8X19W

12.7

1570

Black

Wire

RHOL 100.6

Multiple Wrap

Gustav Wolf F7

110329

8X19S

12.7

1570

Black

Wire

RHOL

98.3

Single Wrap

Gustav Wolf F3

110302

8X19W

13

1570

Black

Wire

RHOL

105

Multiple Wrap

Gustav Wolf F7

110320

8X19S

13

1570

Black

Wire

RHOL 103.1

Single Wrap

Gustav Wolf F3

110321

8X19W

14

1570

Black

Wire

RHOL 124.3

Multiple Wrap

Gustav Wolf F7

110334

8X19S

14

1570

Black

Wire

RHOL 119.3

Single Wrap

Gustav Wolf F3

110311

8X19W

16

1570

Black

Wire

RHOL 160.4

Multiple Wrap

Gustav Wolf F7

110322

8X19S

16

1570

Black

Wire

RHOL 154.8

Single Wrap

Gustav Wolf F3

110307

8X19S

9.5

1570/1570

Black

Fibre

RHOL

42.8

Governor

PFEIFER DRAKO

110301

8X19S

12.7 1370/1770

Black

Fibre

RHOL

80.2

Governor & Lifting

PFEIFER DRAKO

110327

8X19S

12.7 1370/1770

Black

Fibre

RHLL

80.2

Lifting

PFEIFER DRAKO

110303

8X19S

13

1370/1770

Black

Fibre

RHOL

80.2

110319

8X19S

13

1370/1770

Black

Fibre

RHLL

80.2

Lifting

PFEIFER DRAKO

110335

8X19S

15

1570

Black

Fibre

LHOL

107

Lifting

PFEIFER DRAKO

110304

8X19S

16

1370/1770

Black

Fibre

RHOL

121

Lifting & Compensation

PFEIFER DRAKO

110338

8X19S

16

1370/1770

Black

Fibre

RHLL

121

Lifting

PFEIFER DRAKO

111050

9x21F

11

300T

Black

Wire

RHOL

79.9

Lifting

PFEIFER DRAKO

111052

9x21F

13

300T

Black

Wire

RHOL 111.6

Lifting

PFEIFER DRAKO

110305

9X25F

16

300T

Black

Wire

RHOL

174

Lifting

PFEIFER DRAKO

140001

8x19S

9.5

1570/1570

Black

Fibre

RHOL

41.5

Governor & Lifting

Usha Martin

112063

8x19S Pre-stretched

12.7 1370/1770

Black

Fibre

RHOL

74.2

Governor & Lifting

Usha Martin

112064

8x19S Pre-stretched

13

1370/1770

Black

Fibre

RHOL

77.7

Governor/Lifting/Compensation

Usha Martin

112065

8x19S Pre-stretched

13

1370/1770

Black

Fibre

RHLL

77.7

Governor & Lifting

Usha Martin

112066

8x19S Pre-stretched

16

1370/1770

Black

Fibre

RHOL

118

Governor & Lifting

Usha Martin

Governor/Lifting/Compensation PFEIFER DRAKO

Other sizes and configurations can be made to order.


All weight measurements are approximate and for guidance only.

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01 - WIRE ROPE & STRAND

ORDER CODE

Elevator Rope: Unit of Measure - metre

Galvanised Strand
Strand: Unit of Measure - metre

Construction

Overall Diameter
(mm)

Grade

Lay

MBF (kN)

Approx. Unit
Weight (kg/100m)

3/2.75

5.5

G1320

Galvanised Wire

RH

22.2

14

112016

7/1.60

4.8

G1320

Galvanised Wire

RH

17.5

11.07

112010

7/2.00

G1320

Galvanised Wire

RH

26.2

17.3

112033

7/2.50

7.5

G1320

Galvanised Wire

RH

40.5

27.5

112011

7/2.75

8.25

G1320

Galvanised Wire

RH

50.0

32.8

112018

7/3.25

9.75

G1320

Galvanised Wire

RH

69.0

47.59

112019

7/3.75

11.25

G1320

Galvanised Wire

RH

92.0

63.1

10

G1320

Galvanised Wire

RH

71.0

47.3

112012 19/2.75 13.75

G1320

Galvanised Wire

RH

134.0

89.4

112023 19/3.25 16.25

G1320

Galvanised Wire

RH

187.4

128

112007 19/2.00

Core

Finish

ORDER CODE

112024

Construction

Overall Diameter
(mm)

Grade

Finish

Lay

MBF (kN)

Approx. Unit
Weight(kg/100m)

Galvanised Guying Strand: Unit of Measure - metre

ORDER CODE

01 - WIRE ROPE & STRAND

Guying strands are composed of concentric layers of wires. Strands with 19


wires or more have successive layers opposing laid to produce a rotation
resistant effect. Guying strand is chiefly used in general stranding guys and
support purposes and can be used in certain types of electrical applications,
for example, for earthing or transmission. Guying strands has a high modulus
of elasticity and therefore minimum elongation under load. Wires in guying
strand have a heavy zinc coating to Class A, ensuring optimum corrosion
resistance. Where extreme corrosive conditions exist or where a long life
is required, heavier zinc coatings are available.

140027

1x19

12

G1570

Galvanised

RH

119

69.9

112001

1x19

14

G1570

Galvanised

RH

162

95.1

112002

1x19

16

G1570

Galvanised

RH

211

124.0

140028

1x19

18

G1570

Galvanised

RH

267

157.0

112003

1x19

20

G1570

Galvanised

RH

295

174.0

140029

1x19

22

G1570

Galvanised

RH

371

234.0

140030

1x19

24

G1570

Galvanised

RH

463

278.0

140031

1x19

26

G1570

Galvanised

RH

544

326.0

140033

1x37

28

G1570

Galvanised

RH

631

379.0

140034

1x61

36

G1570

Galvanised

RH

1042

626.0

140036

1x91

48

G1570

Galvanised

RH

1850

1110.0

140037

1x91

54

G1570

Galvanised

RH

2340

1400.0

140038

1x91

57

G1570

Galvanised

RH

2610

1570.0

140039

1x91

64

G1570

Galvanised

RH

3280

1970.0

140040

1x127

70

G1570

Galvanised

RH

3664

2362.0

140041

1x150

86

G1570

Galvanised

RH

5931

3565.0

140042

1x168

95

G1570

Galvanised

RH

6094

4350.0

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PVC Coated
PVC Coated Wire Rope : Unit of Measure - metre

Construction

Diameter (mm)

Grade

Finish

Core

Lay

MBF (kN)

Approx. Unit
Weight (kg/m)

110700

6x7

1570

Blue

Fibre

RHOL

2.08

1.40

110694

6x7

1570

Blue

Fibre

RHOL

4.69

3.20

110696

6x19

3.5

1570

Blue

Fibre

RHOL

5.92

4.20

110715

6x19

1570

Black

Fibre

RHOL

7.72

5.50

110697

6x19

1570

Blue

Fibre

RHOL

7.72

5.50

140014

6x19

1570

Red

Fibre

RHOL

7.72

5.50

110704

6x19

1570

Yellow

Fibre

RHOL

7.72

5.50

110706

6x19

1570

Red

Fibre

RHOL

12.06

8.60

110707

6x19

1570

Blue

Fibre

RHOL

12.06

8.60

110698

6x19

1570

Blue

Fibre

RHOL

17.39

12.40

110709

6x19

1570

Blue

Fibre

RHOL

30.90

22.10

110718

6x19

10

1570

Blue

Fibre

RHOL

48.20

34.60

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A wide range of PVC coated wire rope can be supplied. These products are often
used for centenary cable.

Other sizes and configurations can be made to order. Blue is the most popular
although other colours can be arranged.

Lubricant
Lanotec Heavy Duty Liquid Lanolin: Unit of Measure - Each Lanotec Soft Grease: Unit of Measure - Each

5 Litre

182138

20 Litre

182148

750ml

182146

400g Aerosol

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Pack Size

182139

Can be manually applied or injected into rope


For automated or hand application in temperatures
under 25 degrees
High resistance to oxidisation
Leaves a proactive film that resists wash off
Excellent marine grade anti-seize for nuts, bolts,
shackles and threaded rod
Ideal assembly lubricant for all stainless steel
fittings (stops galling)
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Lubrication and corrosion protection of wire ropes


where spraying is necessary
Penetrates to the core of the rope, providing long
lasting protection
Perfect for mobile cranes where lubrication needs
to be applied while rope is still on the spool
Non-fling and non-webbing
Suitable for all environments, including mining and marine

182272

500ml

182273

4 Litre

182274

20 Litre

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Lanotec Wire Rope Lube: Unit of Measure - Each

Corrosion Protection

20 Litre Pail

182268

20 Litre Cube

Lanotec Type A Grease: Unit of Measure - Each

Pack Size

Pack Size

182267

Stops existing corrosion upon contact


Internal and external corrosion protection
Forms a protective skin which is moisture,
salt & acid resistant
Long term storage protection
Protection of all metals and alloy
ORDER CODE

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Can be sprayed or manually applied to ropes


Penetrates to the core of the rope, providing
long lasting protection
Semi fluid grease containing natural lubricant
and corrosion inhibitors
Ideal for marine cranes and ropes working in
the splash zone
Lubrication of ropes in environmentally sensitive
areas where salt water is an issue
Suitable for all environments, including mining and marine

44201134

750ml

44201794

5 Litre

44201795

20 Litre

Cleaning
Lanotec Citra-Force: Unit of Measure - Each

28

500ml

182269

4 Litre

182270

20 Litre

Pack Size

182147

Biodegradable, water soluble degreaser concentrate


Easily removes tar-based wire rope coatings (blackjack)
Cleans stainless steel, metal surfaces, wire rope, safety
harnesses & webbing
Perfect for environmentally sensitive areas
ORDER CODE

Pack Size

Can be manually applied or injected into rope


For automated or hand application in temperatures
above 25 degrees
High resistance to oxidisation
Leaves a proactive film that resists wash off
Excellent marine grade anti-seize for nuts, bolts,
shackles and threaded rod
Ideal assembly lubricant for all stainless steel fittings
(stops galling)
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Lanotec U.P. (Ultimate Protection): Unit of Measure - Each

44201133

750ml

182271

5 Litre

46130065

20 Litre

46130068

400g Aerosol

1300 722 999

Gustav Wolf Oil Compound: Unit of Measure - Each

Pack Size

Brand

Description

ORDER CODE

Rocol Wire Rope Grease: Unit of Measure - Each

182137 Lubricant T86

1 litre

Gustav Wolf

182114 Lubricant T86

5 litre

Gustav Wolf

ORDER CODE

Pack Size

110891

20kg

Rocol Fluid Wire Rope Grease: Unit of Measure - Each

Pack Size

Wire Ropes
Dockyard cranes
Mobile cranes
Chain lifts
Slipways

ORDER CODE

DRAKOLube is a liquid lubricant with low viscosity and is


transparent and able to penetrate even a loaded rope. During
A semi-fluid wire rope grease containing molybdenum
standstills the lubricant will creep back into the gaps between
disulphide. Designed for the lubrication and corrosion protection the wires from where it is expelled during operation.
of wire ropes working under a wide range of conditions
including marine environments. Rocol Wire Rope Grease
(RD105) penetrates between the strands to the core of the rope
to provide complete rope lubrication.
Areas of application:
182142

5 kg

Did you know incorrect handling of rope from


reels and coils can result in springing of wires
and strands and kinking of the rope. This type
of damage can seldom be entirely corrected
and can greatly reduce the effective life of the
rope. If you are unsure speak to your Bullivants
representative for advice and assistance.

A fluid grease containing molybdenum disulphide. Designed


for the lubrication and corrosion protection of wire ropes. A
powerful dewatering additive also allows it to be applied to
wet ropes. Rocol Fluid Wire Rope Grease (RD205) is ideal for
wet or marine applications where a high degree of corrosion
protection is sought. Suitable for application by spray and
automatic lubricator.
Areas of application:

ORDER CODE

Pack Size

Wire Ropes
Dockyard cranes
Mobile cranes
Chain lifts
Slipways

110892

20 litre

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