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|Wire Material:||304 Stainless Steel /Galvanized Steel Wire||Wire Thickness:||Ø1.5mm|
|Wire Length:||600mm/Customize||Eyelet End Size:||Ø5*30mm|
|Application:||Use For High Bay Hanging Kit||Others:||OEM/ODM Acceptable|
Stainless Steel Wire Rope Sling Eyelet Steel Wire For Suspension Systems
Wire rope assemblies are completed cable systems that involve the cable or cables as
well as any fittings in the form of additional hardware or rope termination techniques.
Wire ropes are used in a range of industries such as mining, oil rigging, bridge construction, marine, aerospace, transportation, and material handling among others that require various heavy-duty lifting applications.
|1. Item Name||Eyelet End Wire Rope Sling|
|2. Material||304 Stainless Steel Wire|
|3. Eyelet Size||Inner DiameterØ5*30mm|
|4. Cable Diameter and Length||Ø1.5*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 eyelet terminal loop end|
|9. Wire Rope and Cable Available||
1.304 Stainless Steel Wire,7X7;
Our 7x7 and 7x19 construction, stainless steel, and galvanized aircraft cable are primarily used for thelanyards. If required, lanyards can also be manufactured using PVC or nylon-jacketed cable,
which are available in a diverse collection of jacket colors including clear.
In order to provide our customers with a quick turnaround on standard lanyards, we provide a
complete range of off-the- shelf fittings available in various materials. Some standard fittings include threaded studs, oval sleeves, stop sleeves, button stops, ball fittings, eyelets, tabs, and thimbles.
We utilize stainless steel aircraft cable. Cables are supplied with a terminal at one end,
allowing the cable to be held securely at the suspension point.
Aircraft Cables, also known as wire ropes, have diameters ranging from 1.0 to 3.0m and are
composed of six steel strands wound around a seventh steel stranded core.
This stranded steel core adds strength and crush-resistance to the cable. Aircraft cable is classified by the number of strands in the cable multiplied by the number of wires in each strand. For example, the notation 7×7 indicates that the cable has seven strands made up of seven wires in each strand. Similarly, the notation 7×19 indicates that the cable has seven strands made up of nineteen wires in each strand. The greater the number of wires, the greater the flexibly of the cable. We are offering cables 7×7 or 7×19 galvanized or stainless steel (304 or 316) medium-to-high tensile strength aircraft cable.
Cable Sleeves & Terminals
Sleeves and terminals (also known as stop-sleeves, stops, crimps and swages) are molded or c
rimped to the end of a cable, allowing the cable to be captured by a cable coupler or other non-mechanical holder which attaches the cable to a structure or fixture.
Zinc Die-Cast Terminals are molded to a cable end that has been “bird-caged”, allowing the molten
zinc to adhere to each individual wire. This technology has proven itself in the automotive and
aviation industries. We offer a comprehensive range of Zinc Die-Cast terminals.
Swaged Terminals can be made of steel, stainless steel, aluminum or copper and come
in a variety of shapes and sizes.