Ø 1.2mm Loop End Wire Rope Sling Stainless Steel Wire Tracers With
The wire tracer has loop ends with clip,either one clip or two
clips are available upon request.
7X7 304 Stainless Steel Wire,with diameter of 1.2mm.
What type of cable do I need?
The cable has to be 7x7 or 7x19 stranded aircraft cable in
stainless or galvanized steel.
Cables should have factory installed terminals (stop-sleeves). The
cable diameter depends
of the weight of the fixture.
What’s the difference between Galvanized and Stainless cable?
Both Stainless Steel and Galvanized Aircraft Cable have
approximately the same break strength. Galvanized cable is less
expensive and is used in 90% of all lighting applications.
|1. Item Name||Loop End Wire Rope Sling With Clip|
|2. Material||304 Stainless Steel Wire|
|3. Clip Size||11*28mm|
|4. Cable Diameter and Length||Ø1.2*600mm;Or Customize|
|5. Finishing Color||Nickel|
Used for Hanging Kit,Suspension System etc.
|7. Safe Working Load||10KG(For reference only)|
|8. Content||1*Stainless Steel wire with Die Cast terminal loop end+Clip|
|9. Wire Rope and Cable Available|
1. 304 Stainless Steel Wire,7X7;
2. Galvanized Steel Wire;
3. Nylon and PVC jacketed cable in numerous colors.
End Fittings and Hardware Available:
1. Custom Machined End Fittings
2. Stop Sleeves
3. Button Stops
4. Ball Fittings
6. Threaded Studs
9. Wire Rope Clips
If a lanyard using standard, off-the- shelf fittings doesn't work
for your application, We have the capability to manufacture custom
fittings to perfectly meet your unique requirements. By utilizing
our in-house machine shop, we can precision-machine any type of end
fitting as well as provide custom tabs, eyelets, and other custom
hardware to your specification.
Overall length tolerances required for cable assemblies and cut
lengths of cable often dictate the production method to be used and
thus the cost. Close tolerances frequently result in higher costs
for both production and quality assurance. The allowable tolerance
and inspection methods should be reviewed and agreed upon with our
prior to production.
Breaking Strength Safety Factor
In determining the working load of a cable or wire rope, the direct
stress plus the shock in bending
loads must be considered. To assure long life, a reasonable safety
factor should be applied to the
working load. Standard industry practice is a 5:1 safety factor for
many applications. Higher safety
factors are used under certain conditions such as extreme shock
loads, aircraft control cables, etc.
The fatigue life of the cable or wire rope will be greatly enhanced
with properly designed pulleys.
The root, or pulley tread diameter, is critical to the life of the